Samsun-Kalın Railway Project will cost 258,8 Million Euro

Samsun-Kalın Railway Project will cost 258,8 Million Euro: TCDD General Manager Ömer Yıldız has announced that the Samsun-Kalın Railway line modernization project will cost 258,8 million Euros.

The first rail dismantling of the Samsun-Kalın Railway line modernization project started with a ceremony in Samsun. TCDD General Manager Ömer Yıldız said in a statement about the project that 2017 million Euros will be spent for the Samsun-Kalın Railway modernization project that will end at the end of 258.8.

TCDD General Manager Ömer Yıldız stated that the infrastructure and superstructure standards of the 78 kilometer line would be raised and a signaling system would be established and said:

“When the modernization works are completed, the existing line will be completely renewed, signaling and telecommunication systems will be established, 48 historical bridges will be restored, 30 bridges and 54 culverts will be rebuilt. In addition, the tunnel will be expanded, station road lengths will be increased to 750 meters, all passenger platforms will be renewed according to EU standards, and a passenger information and announcement system will be installed at all stations (30 stations). Thus, a significant increase in the capacity of the line, operating speed and comfort of the trains will be achieved, and rail will be preferred more in freight and passenger transportation. The project, which is planned to be completed by the end of 2017, will cost 258,8 million Euros. ”

Samsun-Kalın Railway line project is the largest scale project funded by European Union (EU) grant funds.

The infrastructure and superstructure standards of the 378 km long Samsun-Kalin railway line, which was built within the scope of Demirağlar Project, which was initiated from Samsun, the first rail dismantling of the modernization work, will be increased and even a signaling system will be established.

When the modernization works of the Samsun-Kalin railway line, which is reported to be the largest scale project funded by the European Union (EU) grant funds, will be restored and the 48 historical bridge will be restored and the 30 bridge and one thousand 54 culverts will be rebuilt. The project planned to be completed by the end of 2017 will cost 258,8 million euros. The Samsun-thick iron path of the first rail dismantling of the ceremony being held AK Party Samsun deputy Ahmet Demircan, the AK Party Samsun deputy Hasan Basri Kurt Samsun Governor Ibrahim Sahin, Turkish State Railways (Republic of Turkey State Railways) General Manager Omar Stars, Maritime Transport and Communications Ministry of Foreign EU relations and General Manager Bekir Gezer, EU Delegation to Turkey Begeot Officer François, he joined company officials and employees of public institutions.

ŞAHİN: “TWO HOURS BETWEEN ANKARA AND SAMSUN”
Making a keynote speech at the ceremony, Samsun Governor İbrahim Şahin said: “The construction of the line, where the largest grant will be used over the EU, will begin. In fact, an improvement was made between Samsun and Amasya. But now more serious work will be done. Hopefully this line will end in 2017. This line will be an area that will seriously relieve traffic not only in freight transportation but also in passenger transportation. The railway between Samsun and Ankara is over a thousand kilometers. But when a 200-kilometer place is completed between Havza and Delice, the 700-kilometer road gets shorter and goes down to 400 km. At the same time, considering the speed of the high-speed train and constructing the high-speed train, the speed of the high-speed train will be 200 kilometers between Ankara and Samsun. This is a really pleasing development, I hope we will achieve this. ”

"NORTH, SOUTH, we STONE TURKEY TO THE FUTURE"
TCDD General Manager Ömer Yıldız stated that the conventional line has been renewed so far, including 2003-100 years of untouched roads within the scope of the rail attack, which was launched since 150. will be financed from EU IPA funds. The modernization project of the Samsun-Kalın line is the largest scale project ever financed by EU grant funds. ” said.

After the speeches, for the modernization of the Samsun-Kalin railway line, the first rails were started by pushing the button together.

Günceleme: 29/11/2018 20:00

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