Ankara - Antalya high speed train line is coming: Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Kayseri and many cities are connected to Antalya by high speed rail. The giant project announced by Lütfi Elvan, the former Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, and the AK Party candidate for Antalya deputies, is being implemented step by step. Teams on the field, stations are determined.
FIELD WORK STARTED
200 km / hour speed, double-line, electrical and signal to be built in Antalya-Eskisehir and Antalya-Konya-Kayseri high-speed train lines in the 2016 to be started in 2020 and the opening of a busy work tempo. The teams of the General Directorate of Turkish State Railways (TCDD) are busy in the field. Teams, site survey studies, the line will be built in the station and the stations will be built by the location of the individual project.
ANTALYA-IZMIR WILL BE 3,5 CLOCK
A new one has been added to the high-speed train lines for Antalya. Izmir is also connected to Antalya by high-speed train. The project of the line that will reach Antalya over İzmir and Denizli is being worked on. With the project, citrus and other agricultural products grown in the fertile lands of the Antalya Region, where harvesting is possible for four seasons, will reach Edirne, Kars, Ankara to Samsun, and every corner of the country in the shortest time.
TOROSLAR WILL BE EXPLORED WITH IRON NETWORKS
Freight transport on the Antalya highway will be replaced by a fast and safe railway. loads of Anatolian industrialists, at a minimum cost and as soon as Antalya harbor, buluşacak.türki and fairy chimneys of Anatolia with Antalya of the world's leading tourism centers of the famous tourist center of Cappadocia integrating, Turkey will increase the tourism potential.
The construction cost of the Antalya-Eskişehir railway line is estimated at TL 4,5 billion, with an average of 10 million passengers and 8,4 million tons of cargo per year. The Antalya-Kayseri high speed train project, which will connect Antalya to Konya and Kayseri with a total length of 642 km, is also planned to be completed in 2020. When the project, which is expected to cost 11,5 billion liras, is completed, an average of 4,3 million passengers and 4,6 million tons of cargo will be transported each year.