High Speed Train Project Conference at Afyon Kocatepe University: A conference on “Ankara-İzmir High Speed Train Project and Ankara-Polatlı-Afyonkarahisar Section Tunnel Constructions” was held at the Faculty of Engineering of Afyon Kocatepe University (AKU).
Geological Engineer Taylan Demir, in his speech here, the project of the project between Polatlı and Afyonkarahisar Railway Station, including the construction of the 167 miles of high-speed railway works, specifying all the excavation works within the scope of the project, as well as concrete structures, upper and lower passage as well as reinforced concrete manufacturing noted that there are many transactions.
Expressing that the project is separated by a switch on the 22nd kilometer of the Ankara-Konya High Speed Train Project, Demir said: “From this point, the distance of Afyonkarahisar train station is 167 kilometers, our work starts from Polatlı. In the project, Polatlı is given as a place in terms of geographical features. We start our production by separating from the 22nd kilometer of the Ankara-Konya high-speed train project with a switch. After 167 kilometers, we reach Afyonkarahisar station. When we come from Polatlı, we pass through the basins where the Sakarya River is exposed. From Çakmak village to Emirdağ region, from Emirdağ, we connect to Emirdağ, Bayat, İscehisar, Gebeceler, Gömü lines, Akarçay and from there to Afyonkarahisar station, provided that it is generally on the left side of the state highway.
Iron, the 167 kilometer line of Ankara-Eskişehir high-speed train line, which is currently walking and serving at the same time the tender is the longest train line reported.