Why did the high-speed train's route change?

High Speed ​​Train project, 'Geyve-Sapanca' is changing the route between the speed does not decrease
State Railways are changing the Ankara-Istanbul high speed train project. With the change in the project aimed to grow at the end of 2013, the travel time between Ankara and Istanbul will shorten 10 minutes to 3 hours and the length of the line will fall from 533 to 523.

The second phase of the High Speed ​​Train (YHT) project, which will reduce the travel time between Ankara and Istanbul to 3 hours 10, is subject to a mandatory change. In the present project, after Eskişehir and Pamukova, the route of 'Geyve-Doğancay-Arifiye-Sapanca' is followed by Arifiye. Thus, while the line is shorter than 33,5, after Geyve 10,5 thousand 22 meters of tunnels and viaducts are followed up to Sapanca.

The reason for the change is that the YHT has to reduce its speed on the 'Geyve-Doğancay-Arifiye-Sapanca' route to 80 km.

According to Zaman Newspaper, the TCDD does not want the high-speed train to fall to 80 km at this position. He wants to overcome the problem by making tunnel and viaduct. With the change, travel time between Ankara and Istanbul will shorten 10 minutes to 3 hours and line length will fall from 533 to 523 km.

TCDD officials, '' Dogançay Ripajı '' 22,9 x-kilometers for construction of the tunnel and viaduct 21 went to tender in February. The bid was submitted by the 3 consortium consisting of Turkish and foreign partnerships. The winning company 21 will deliver the construction on the month. TCDD is trying to train Ankara-Istanbul high-speed trains to the end of 2013. 2 62 3 24 65 XXXX 70 14 XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX 'İnönü-Vezirhan', 'Vezirhan-Köseköy' consisting of two parts of the Eskişehir-Istanbul stage infrastructure work, Inonu-Vezirhan and XNUMX percent of the cut, Vezirhan-Köseköy section of the XNUMX rate was realized. The superstructure and electromechanical works were started and the first rails with XNUMX kilometers were installed.

High-speed train project 'Ankara-Eskisehir-Istanbul' and 'Eskisehir-Istanbul' stage of the construction work was planned to start and concurrently while the home account did not fit the market.

The firm that lost the tender applied to the judiciary and 3 was justified in the court after the year TCDD. The second phase of the project, Eskişehir-İstanbul, was awarded as 8 August 2005.

The tender was won by the Chinese CRCC-CMC X Cengiz Construction-Ibrahim Chechen joint venture group, 1,27 bid of $ 1 billion. However, Yapı Merkezi appealed to the Public Procurement Authority (GCC) by appealing to the me reduction an method based on the evaluation of the financial proposals in the tender. The court process began when the JCC accepted the application.

The JCC, which justifies the Yapı Merkezi, canceled the tender and decided to take corrective action. The joint venture group, which won the tender, appealed to the administrative court with a request to cancel the execution of the JCC and to cancel it. 2. 3 examining the tender for the İnönü-Vezirhan section of the stage. The Administrative Court had justified the decision of the TCDD regarding the tender and stopped the execution. 9 viewing the auction. The Administrative Court found the TCDD's decision unfair and denied the request to stop the execution. The consortium carried the different decision of the two courts to the district administrative court.

The court found the TCDD's decision on the tender in place and stopped the execution of the JCC's decision. TCDD signed a contract with 2006.

Meanwhile 3. and 9. Administrative Courts began to discuss the case on the merits. The courts insisted on their previous decisions. During this period, the joint venture group and the GCC filed a referral with the Council of State. The Council of State put an end to the 18 February 2009 and found the TCDD right.

Source : I ekonomi.haberturk.co

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