Turkish signature in high-speed train tunnel connecting Switzerland to Italy

Turkish signature in the high speed train tunnel that will connect Switzerland to Italy:Rönesans When the tunnel built by the Holding is completed, between Zurich and Milan, the train will be shortened by one hour to 2 hours and 40 minutes. The tunnel, which aims to protect nature, was planned according to the speed of 250 km.
Gotthard Tunnel, which is 57 km long and connects Switzerland to Italy by passing under the Alps, is the longest tunnel in the world and has the signature of a Turkish company. Ankara based Rönesans When the tunnel made by the Holding is completed, between Zurich and Milan, the train will be shortened by one hour to two hours and 40 minutes. The test drive in the tunnel was held yesterday.
Rönesans İnşaat acquired the "Alpine Bau Gmbh, Hergiswill" company of the Swiss branch of the Austrian-based Alpine Group on July 1, 2013. With this purchase RönesansHe was involved in the construction of the Gotthard Tunnel, which is part of the high-speed train line between Rotterdam and Genova, one of Europe's largest projects. Gotthard Tunnel, which passes under the Alps and connects Switzerland and Italy, is the longest tunnel in the world. With the tunnel planned to be opened at the end of 2016, between Zurich and Milan will be shortened by one hour to two hours and 40 minutes.
TOTAL COST 9.5 BILLION EURO
The tunnel, which was tested yesterday, consists of two tube passages, each 57 kilometers long. In the construction of the tunnel with a total cost of 9.5 billion euros RönesansAlong with Alpiq In Tec (Power and cable systems), Alcatel-Lucent Schweiz / Thales Rss (Telecommunication and Security Systems), Balfour Beatty Rail (Rail Transport Systems) companies are also working. The tunnel is designed for a speed of 250 kilometers per hour. Two thousand 500 people work in the construction of the tunnel. The tunnel aims to protect nature and provide road safety in the Alps. The consent of the Swiss people was obtained through a series of referendums held 1940 years ago for the construction of the tunnel, which emerged as an idea in the 20s. The tunnel also aims to drive heavy goods off roads and maintain the untouched Alpine landscape of Switzerland.
Receive title from Japanese
Currently the longest tunnel in the world is the Seikan tunnel, which connects Hokkaido to Honshu with a length of 53.8 kilometers on the Japanese islands. With the completion of the Gotthard Tunnel, the longest tunnel title in the world will pass to Switzerland. Rönesans Avni Akvardar, Chairman of the Holding Russia Board, stated that their company plans to compete with very special tunnel companies in the world.



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