Bolu High Speed ​​Train

bolulu citizens wants yht
bolulu citizens wants yht

High Speed ​​Train, which has been planned for years, has come up once again. Bolulu citizens once again on the agenda of the city of the YHT line and this time to pass this train to the authorities to invite the authorities, the train wanted to stop at Bolu stop.

Bolu EventAccording to the news of Volkan Yilmaz from; “The subject of High Speed ​​Train planned on the Ankara-Sincan-Çayırhan-Sakarya-Istanbul route came back to the agenda. Stating that the train line to be built on this route and connecting 3 provinces is at the detriment of the state, Dean of Technology Faculty Construction Department of Düzce University Professor. Dr. Ayhan Şamandar stated that this line should be built on Ankara-Kızılcahamam-Gerede-Bolu-Düzce-Hendek-Sakarya-Izmit-Gebze-Istanbul route. This project Samand, indicating that Turkey was directly related to the development of "This YHT line is directly associated with the development of Turkey. Ankara Deputies, Provincial Presidents of Istanbul İzmit Sakarya Düzce Bolu should act together. This project is the most important project of our country. 50 million people will benefit from this project annually. Since this project will pay for 15-20 years, it is suitable for build-operate-transfer. İstanbul Gebze İzmit Sakarya Hendek Düzce Bolu Gerede Ankara line will touch 6 provinces and 3 districts. These provinces and districts will meet each other with a very fast, safe and environmentally friendly transportation. The line planned by TCDD connects 3 provinces such as Ankara, Sakarya and Istanbul. This project is at the expense of our country. It pays for 70 years. According to Japanese academics, he never pays off. ”


Şamandar stated that thanks to this project, tourists will flock to Bolu and Düzce every weekend thanks to the train line that will pass through the city center and Gerede district. Tourism agricultural industry will develop a lot. Karabük Bartın Kastamonu Sinop Samsun and even all the Black Sea provinces will be included in the system from Gerede. Zonguldak Ereğli Akçakoca will be included in the system from Düzce. Provinces in the Black Sea will come to Gerede by bus. They will reach Istanbul in 40 hours by high speed train. As for Gerede, they will be as if they came to Istanbul. Cities will get closer to each other ”.


Stating that the cities on the proposed route and the lives of the citizens living in these provinces will change, Şamandar said, “The lives of everyone living on the high-speed train route we recommend will change. If this project is done, we will make a profit of at least 800 million dollars annually from diesel and gasoline. There will be a decrease in traffic accidents and environmental pollution. Time in transportation kazanwill be ours. In the construction of the YHT line, which is close to 2 active highways, transportation will be easy in case of accident and disaster. Hospitals in cities in the region will be sufficient for emergency response in possible bad situations. All calculations show that the Ankara Gerede Bolu Düzce Hendek Sakarya Izmit Gebze Istanbul line is more efficient.”


Stating that the project they proposed was paying off in 15-20 years, Şamandar said, “YHT is an expensive investment. There are 125000 passengers per day on the route Istanbul - Gebze - Izmit - Sakarya - Hendek - Düzce Bolu - Gerede - Ankara, which we recommend. The project pays for itself in 15-20 years. TCDD's Istanbul Sakarya Ankara route, on the other hand, has 46000 passengers daily. In addition, there is a North Anatolian fault line in Mudurnu, it pays off in 60 years, that is, it hurts. ”

Finally, Turkey's single currency as YHT kazanStating that the line is Istanbul Gebze Izmit Hendek Sakarya Düzce Bolu Gerede Ankara line, Şamandar said, “There is no other region in Turkey where 400 million people live within 30 km.

In addition, the Rector of Duzce University. Dr. Nigar Demircan Cakar President Recep Tayyip Erdogan 'talked on this issue prepared the file presented.

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