YHT, Marmaray, Başkentray and Regional Train Timetable Returning Before Full Closing

yht marmaray baskentray and regional train timetable freezing just before closing
yht marmaray baskentray and regional train timetable freezing just before closing

YHT, Marmaray, Başkentray and Regional Train timetable will return to the timetable before the closing. The changing voyage times on April 29 are transferred to the new order from May 17th.

Due to the complete closure, between April 29 and May 17, while YHT, Marmaray and Başkentray train timetables and times were changed, regional train services were suspended.

High Speed ​​Trains (YHT) and regional trains operated by TCDD Tasimacilik and Marmaray and Baskentray voyages will serve as of May 17, according to the departure times before full closure.

According to the statement made by the General Directorate of TCDD Transportation, in accordance with the epidemic measures and gradual normalization and in line with the decisions taken at the Presidential Cabinet Meeting, a regulation was made on YHT, Marmaray, Başkentray and regional passenger train services, effective from 17 May, when the full closure application will end.

YHTs will make 50 trips a day with 22 percent capacity

According to the arrangement made; YHTs will serve in Ankara-Eskişehir-Istanbul, Ankara-Konya and Konya-Eskişehir-Istanbul lines with a capacity of 50 percent within the social distance rule and will make 22 trips a day.

It will be mandatory to present the HES code during the provision of train tickets. YHTs will make voyages according to their tariffs before the full closing application. Combined transportation with YHT connection will be made between Konya and Karaman.

YHT Expedition Hours Valid From May 17, 2021

YHT Expedition Times Valid From May

Regional trains will also be operated according to the pre-closure schedule.

  • Marmaray, 30 minutes on days with curfew, 8 minutes between Zeytinburnu-Maltepe on other days, HalkalıIt will serve at intervals of 15 minutes between Gebze
  • Başkentray, on the other hand, will be operated at intervals of 15 minutes between Sincan and Kayaş on the days when there is no curfew, and at 30 minutes intervals on the days when there is a restriction.
  • Due to the complete closure, between April 29 and May 17, while YHT, Marmaray and Başkentray train timetables and times were changed, regional train services were suspended.
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