Ankara - Istanbul New YHT Line Project Line to reduce the travel time to 90 minutes

UDBH, Ankara - Istanbul New HR Line Project The line that will reduce the 1 hours to 15 minutes will be realized as BOT model.
The studies related to the High Speed ​​Train (YHT) line which is one of the priority projects of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication and which will connect Ankara directly to Istanbul, continues.
Investments MagazineAccording to the information; feasibility studies are being carried out for the 280 kilometer section from Sincan to Köseköy.
The ministry plans to implement the project with the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) model. Currently 5-6 is interested in the project. The ministry also shares the details with the related companies and exchanges views. The project is planned to be launched within the year of 2015.
The new trains will speed up the 350 mileage. With the present Ankara-Eskişehir-Istanbul YHT line, the travel time was reduced to 3,5 hours. When the new line is commissioned, this time will be reduced to 1 hours 15 minutes. According to the feasibility studies, the new line is expected to cost 4,5-5 billion dollars. (GB)

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