97 percent physical progress has been achieved in the infrastructure works of the Ankara-Sivas High Speed Train (YHT) Project. The Ankara Sivas Line is aimed to be completed and opened to operation in 2020 until the Ramadan Feast.
300 people continue to work 7/24 in Ankara Sivas YHT project. There are 405 tunnels with a length of 66 kilometers, 49 viaducts with a length of 27,5 kilometers, 53 bridges and culverts, and 611 underpasses and overpasses.
In the Ankara Sivas High Speed Train Project, which has a total art structure of 930 units, approximately 110 million cubic meters of excavation was carried out and 30 million cubic meters of fillings were produced.
The Ankara-Sivas High Speed Train line, which citizens are eagerly waiting for, will reduce the travel time from 12 hours between the two cities to 2 hours 30 minutes. The superstructure electrification and signaling telecommunication systems of the Ankara Sivas High Speed Train Project continue rapidly. The total investment cost of Ankara Sivas High Speed Train Project is 9 billion 749 million TL.
Map of Ankara Sivas High Speed Train
High-speed train line Ankara-Sivas, Turkey's railway being built between Ankara and Sivas city. High Speed Train services will be organized by TCDD, which will be double track, electric and signal. The line will then be extended to Kars and connected to Baku-Tbilisi-Kars Railway.
The total speed of the Ankara-Sivas High Speed Train line is 405 km and the minimum speed is planned to be 250 km / h.