State Railways General Manager Karaman said, "While the high speed train project between Samsun and Ankara is among our corporate goals, we also aim to construct the conventional line between Samsun and Fatsa".
AK Party Samsun deputy Cemal Yilmaz Demir, AK Party Samsun Provincial Chairman Osman Cetinkaya, Ilkadim District President Ihsan Kurnaz, Tekkekoy District President Aydin Karmil and Wednesday District Chairman Mehmet Kose, the General Director of State Railways visited Karaman. Deputy Demir, Samsun, some of the rail transport to overcome the deficiencies and to learn about the stage of the high-speed train project to meet with the General Director of State Railways Suleyman Karaman said that, esi Shortly before Mr. Minister Binali Yildirim, Samsun highway and high-speed train issues. We met with General Director of State Railways, Suleyman Karaman, and we were informed about the road renewal works which are continued on conventional lines as well as efforts to increase line capability. The railway sector is one of the leading sectors in recent years due to the rapid developments and service quality, our citizens should prefer railroad and rail in transportation kayd.
During the meeting, he also informed the General Manager about the improvement of the existing building of the Samsun Railway Station, the elimination of the parking lot problem, meeting the needs of the railway retirees and the high speed train between Ankara and Samsun. I have examined the production technology and process in place. The technology that we came from is extremely satisfactory. I would also like to thank our General Manager for their help in providing high-service wagons to Samsun. Yüksek
FAST TRAIN PROJECT
General Director of State Railways Karaman, "Samsun-Ankara high-speed train project is among our corporate objectives, but also aiming at the construction of the conventional line between Samsun-Fatsa," he said.
AK Party Samsun Provincial Chairman Osman Çetinkaya said, "All our attempts will continue to ensure that the Samsun-Ankara stage, one of the high-speed train projects that our government has set as a target, before 100, the 2023th anniversary of our Republic, will continue."