High-speed train from Manisa to Ankara will fall to 3,5 hours.

High Speed ​​Train (YHT) project between Izmir and Ankara will decrease the time of Manisa-Ankara to 3,5 hours. AK Party deputy Manisa Selcuk Ozdag said the YHT line will be 623 kilometers, 6 million passengers per year is aimed to move between the two cities, he said.
Transfer from Manisa to Ankara will significantly facilitate transportation to the deputy Özdağ, in 202 million 122 million 800 million pounds of the project will be invested in the borders of Manisa province. The signaling and electrical location projects between Manisa-Menemen and Manisa-Balıkesir-Bandırma-Izmir will be completed until the 2013 of the high-speed train to be completed in 2015. X Selcuk Ozdag emphasized that there is no bottleneck and economic hardship to implement these projects at the moment. “We are working with five AK Party deputies to bring Manisa to the point they deserve. We continue to work intensively to serve Manisa by adding our night to our day. Gece

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