Countdown to new metro lines in Ankara (Video)

Ankara's new metro lines started counting down
Exercises for new lines to be added to the Ankara metro are full of speed. The test will start at the 29 October 2013 in the â Lay te à € yoluway and the western city UM Xinjiang lines.
In Ankara, the construction is leading to a run-down effort for the metro lines. The aim of the work carried out in meters of meters below is to put an end to the problem of the traffic of the citizens.
The building is planned to be completed earlier than expected. Approx. 17-300 will carry around one thousand people when the distance of approximately 10 kilometers in length is completed. The 400 by road will take you to the 40 minutes of the full-time journey. There are a total of 24 stations on the Red-Line line.
Bringing information about the work on the Red Line - Infrastructure investments General Directorate Metin Tahan, â € œBiz It is the distance from the 16.7 km, our passengers will reach our people in 24 minutes. And they will have a comfortable, comfortable journey. Ve
The date of completion of this line is June 2014à ¢ âĬâ Bu ¢. The results of the work done were dated to date. The daughter-in-the-line test runs in 29 sowing 2013. The same date for the West-Sincan line is also the same as the targeted date.
However, the completion of the line will find 2014 Ancak.

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