Ankara-Sivas high-speed train to be completed by 2017

Ankara-Sivas high-speed train to be completed until 2017: Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Habip Soluk, Ankara-Yozgat-Sivas High Speed ​​Train works will be completed by 2016 or 2017 said.
Habip Soluk, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication, who made examinations at the construction site in Akdağmadeni district within the scope of high speed train works, received information from the officials. In his statement here, Soluk stated that although the area between Ankara and Sivas seems to be a very suitable place as a land, it is a difficult terrain for train routes. Soluk said, “We have a 70-kilometer long tunnel work in this part. Nine of them are in our 49-kilometer area, our largest tunnel at 5 meters. I hope that this piece between Ankara and Sivas is aimed to be completed by May 120. If we make the superstructure tenders of this line in 2015, we aim to complete the Ankara Sivas High Speed ​​Line in 2014 or 2016. " said.
Elmadağ - Yerkoy noted that the tender is made from Pale, foot length of the road which was the highest place in Elmadag and 4 kilometers to be said that would be Turkey's longest viaduct.
Project Coordinator Mustafa Bilgicler in his presentation about the work that is done in Yerköy - Yozgat - the supply projects covering infrastructure works Sivas line, the historic Silk Road will be modernized in a way that brought to life, and that this road will connect the Balkans to Turkey through Central Asia.
Following the meeting, Habip Soluk, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, examined the tunnel works, which are the largest tunnel 5 bin 120 meters of the project.
Informed by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Habip Soluk, Governor Ahmet Yildiz, General Director of Railways İsa Apaydın, Özdoğan, Group General Manager Remzi Lakarta, Özdoğan Group Board Members Hüseyin Özdoğan, Ali Özdoğan, Project Coordinator Mustafa Bilgiç, site chiefs and engineers attended.

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