MHP's Ali Torlak brought the "High Speed ​​Train" Tender to the agenda of the Turkish Grand National Assembly

MHP Istanbul deputy D. Ali Torlak stated that there were constant problems in the railroads during the AKP governments and that the High Speed ​​Railways should be equipped with high security protected lines.

In the context of the security measures taken in the High Speed ​​Train route, MHP Istanbul deputy D. Ali Torlak criticized that the Istanbul-Ankara High Speed ​​Train project should be changed continuously.

The completion date of the Istanbul-Ankara High Speed ​​Train Project, which has a total line length of 533 km, is 2013, according to the latest statements of Mr. Minister Binali Yıldırım. However, considering the previous statements, MHP Istanbul Deputy D. Ali Torlak, who expressed his skepticism about the commissioning of the high-speed train on this date, addressed the following questions to the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications;

Do you think the safety lines on the 1-YHT routes are sufficient? What measures were taken if sufficient? Can you explain that?
2- What is the reason why the Ankara-Istanbul high-speed train project, whose completion date has been continuously changed, could not be completed within the prescribed period? When will all be finished? Can you give me a definite date?
What is the cost of 3-Ankara-Eskisehir YHT Project? How much has been awarded? What is the amount paid so far? Is there a deviation from the tender price? If so, what is the reason? How much deviation has it been?
4- What is the cost of the YHT Project between Ankara and Konya? How much has been awarded? What is the amount paid so far? Is there a deviation from tender price? If so, what is the reason? How much deviation has it been?

Source: etikhaber

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