Intercity Railways

Iranians wait for Trabzon-Erzincan railway line

Iranians are waiting for the Trabzon-Erzincan railway line: The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) President Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu stated that the Trabzon-Erzincan line will connect the south to the north via the port and said, “Iranians are ready to use it. Trabzon-Batumi railway [more…]

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Turkish signature on the Iranian subway

Turkish signature on the Iranian metro: Iran has started to give the most important infrastructure projects to the Turks. After the 300-kilometer highway project, the 850 million dollar Tabriz Metro Line will be built by Bergiz İnşaat from Ankara. of the West [more…]

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RAILWAYS

Divided Road Length in Kayseri Has Reached 502 Kilometers

Kayseri Governor Orhan Duzgun announced that the length of the divided road in Kayseri has reached 502 kilometers with the works carried out this year. In his evaluation of the road construction works, Governor Duzgun stated that the 6th Regional Directorate of Highways has been working throughout the year. [more…]

RAILWAYS

Yonca junction response

Alfalfa intersection response: MHP Provincial Chairman Demeli criticized the way of rant discussed. MHP Trabzon Provincial Chairman Muammer Demeli No solution to Trabzon's problem, said that no mega project was made, some of the projects that serve rent [more…]

RAILWAYS

Mimarsinan Viaduct to Join South and East

Mimarsinan Viaduct Will Connect the South and the East: The final stage has been reached in Mimarsinan Viaduct, one of the important crossings in Kayseri of the highway that will connect the South Ring Road and the Malatya highway. Southern Ring Road and Malatya Highway [more…]

Intercity Railways

The Black Sea Railway route is not clear yet

Black Sea Railway route is not yet clear Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transportation Habip Soluk, South Ring Road to examine the route of journalists in Giresun answered questions. Soluk, demiryolu A route to the Black Sea to the south by rail [more…]