Turkey High Speed ​​and High Speed ​​Railway Lines and maps

turkey, high speed and rapid rail lines and maps
turkey, high speed and rapid rail lines and maps

Turkey's High Speed ​​and High-Speed ​​Railway Line and maps; In the construction of high-speed railways, Istanbul-Ankara-Sivas, Ankara-Afyonkarahisar-İzmir and Ankara-Konya corridors are determined as the core network. planned interconnection 15 big cities of our high-speed train primarily Ankara-Eskişehir, Ankara-Konya Konya-Istanbul and Ankara-Istanbul on line has started to YHT management and Turkey became the eighth sixth country in Europe in the world in high-speed train operation. In line with the targets, the construction of the 1.213 km High Speed ​​Railway Line has been completed. Ankara Sivas, Ankara-İzmir High Speed ​​Railway is under construction. Kayseri-Yerköy High Speed ​​Railway tender works are continuing.

Thanks to the ongoing and planned projects, our country is built with high speed and fast rail networks from east to west and from north to south. In this way, GSTs will redesign the concept of accessibility by connecting the metropolitan cities and create a new regional development corridor by connecting our cities with all their dynamics, not a railway line.

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Ankara-Istanbul High Speed ​​Railway Project

Ankara-Eskişehir section, which was the first stage of the Ankara Istanbul High Speed ​​Railway Project, was put into service in the year 2009 in order to reduce the travel time between Ankara-Istanbul, the two biggest cities of our country, to create a fast, comfortable and safe transportation opportunity and thus to increase the share of the railway in transportation. YHTs have been the main source of motivation for rail passengers by enabling citizens to travel between Ankara and Eskişehir in the fastest, most comfortable and safest way. Our citizens have now remembered their almost forgotten railway journey.

The construction of the Eskişehir-Pendik section was also completed and 25 was put into service on July 2014. With the Ankara-Istanbul High Speed ​​Railway Project with a maximum length of 513 km / h in the corridor length of 250 km, the travel time between the two major cities 3 hours 55 min. It has been.

Ankara-Istanbul High Speed ​​Railway line will be integrated with Marmaray in a short time and will provide uninterrupted transportation from Europe to Asia. With this project, which connects the two biggest cities of our country, social, economic and cultural interaction between cities will increase and our country, which is in the process of membership to the European Union, will be ready for the EU with its transportation infrastructure.

Buses between Eskişehir-Bursa with YHT connection and trains between Kütahya, Afyonkarahisar and Denizli have started to run and there has been a significant reduction in travel times between these cities.

Turkey's speed to the speed yht'n the YHT-added travel options in our transportation 28 million citizens with access to Istanbul were presented.

Ankara Istanbul High Speed ​​Railway Line
Ankara Istanbul High Speed ​​Railway Line

Ankara-Konya High Speed ​​Railway Project

Ankara-Konya YHT Project, which was realized by local contractors with local labor and own resources, was put into service in 2011. Polatlı, which is located on the Ankara-İstanbul Project, was separated from the south and a high-speed railway with a maximum length of 212 km / h was constructed.

Thus, Konya, the first capital of the Turks in Anatolia and Ankara, the capital of our country, became much closer to each other. Also; In order to connect Karaman, Antalya / Alanya province to An-kara with YHTs, there are YHT-connected flights from Konya.

Prior to the project, conventional trains use the Eskişehir-Kütahya-Afyon route from Ankara to Konya.

Ankara Konya High Speed ​​Railway Line
Ankara Konya High Speed ​​Railway Line

Ankara-Sivas High Speed ​​Railway Project

The construction of Ankara-Sivas YHT, which is one of the important axes of the railway corridor connecting Asia Minor and Asia Minor along the Silk Road route, continues. It is aimed to be integrated with the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway project along with the Sivas-Erzincan, Erzincan-Erzurum-Kars high-speed train lines.

The current Ankara-Sivas railway is 603 km and travel time is 12 hours. The project, which will shorten the travel time between the two cities, aims to construct a new high-speed railway with double lines, electric, signal and suitable for maximum 250 km / h speed. Thus, the line will be shortened to 198 km and the travel time will be reduced from 405 hours to 12 hours.

Current Ankara-Istanbul, Ankara-Konya High-Speed ​​Railway lines continue with the construction of the Ankara-Izmir High-Speed ​​Railway line with the opening of the operation, which will provide the connection between the east and west of our country, the importance of YHTs inevitably will increase.

Ankara Sivas High Speed ​​Railway Line
Ankara Sivas High Speed ​​Railway Line

Ankara-Izmir High Speed ​​Railway Project

Industry, tourism potential and port of our country with 3. The construction of the Ankara-İzmir High Speed ​​Railway Project, which was initiated to make İzmir, the largest city, and Manisa, Uşak and Afyonkarahisar on its route to neighboring Ankara, continues.

The current Ankara-Izmir railway is 824 kilometers and travel time is approximately 14 hours. The distance between the two cities will be reduced to 624 kilometers and travel time to 3 hours 30 minutes.

Ankara İzmir High Speed ​​Railway Line
Ankara İzmir High Speed ​​Railway Line

Kayseri-Yerköy High Speed ​​Railway Project

Between Kayseri and Yerköy, 250 km double line, electric and signaled high speed railway line will be constructed. Kayseri-Yerköy YHT project will be connected to Ankara-Sivas YHT line from Yerköy.

The tender works of Kayseri-Yerköy High Speed ​​Railway Line are continuing.

Kayseri Yerköy High Speed ​​Railway Line
Kayseri Yerköy High Speed ​​Railway Line

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