First Line in National Train Between Ankara and Sivas: The route of the National High Speed Train Project, which was introduced last month, has been determined. The train, which will first come into service on the Ankara-Sivas line, is preparing to connect the east and west of the country. The Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications will surprise both Ankara residents and Sivas residents regarding the High Speed Train (YHT), whose studies are ongoing.
COME TO 2017
Sivas railways, which have an important place in the history of the Republic, will find the place they deserve with the national train. With the end of the project, a line will be established between Istanbul-Ankara-Sivas. The Ankara-Sivas section is planned to be completed in 2017, and after the implementation of the project, the length of the existing 602 railway line will be reduced to 405.
TRANSPORTATION 2 CLOTHING
Travel time between the two provinces will be reduced to 2 hours thanks to YHT. With the activation of the Ankara-Istanbul line, the distance between Istanbul and Sivas will be 5 hours. Turkey's most important port and the railway freight and passenger traffic carried by the metropolises of Sivas, will reinforce the importance of the YHT-owned geographically.
THROUGHOUT THE PROJECT THOUSAND 900
National Railway Project in the Republic of Turkey as the main responsible State Railways (TCDD) were determined. In the project, four different working groups were created with the theme of National High Speed Train, National Electric and Diesel Train Set, National New Generation Freight Wagon. In all of these projects, it was reported that a total of 280 people will work, including 56 scientists, 520 thousand engineers, 856 technical and administrative experts. The interior and exterior design of the national trains is completely prepared by considering Turkish aesthetics.
PRODUCTION IN TCDD FACTORIES
TCDD's 3 factories will take part in the construction of the national trains. Tülomsaş manages the construction of High Speed Train, Electric and Diesel Train sets, Tüvasaş developed freight wagons and Tüdemsaş. Istanbul Technical University, Aselsan and 153 private sector companies are among the solution partners of the project. TÜBİTAK is also involved in R&D. Turkey's national project, YHT, showing Turkey as an important symbol that power reaches the railways.