The world's longest railway tunnel started the countdown to Gotthard Base: The countdown for the completion of Gotthard Base, the longest tunnel in the world made by Renaissance Construction.
With the completion of Gotthard, the longest railway tunnel in the world, Switzerland will be integrated into Europe's growing high-speed rail network.
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AFTTG (ARGE Fahrbahn Transtec Gotthard) will be integrated into Europe's growing high-speed rail network, with the completion of the construction of the tunnel by the TTG Consortium (Transtec Gotthard) and the TAT Consortium (Tunnel Alp Transit-Ticino) together with the sub-joint venture. Renaissance Construction takes part in the construction of the Gotthard Base Tunnel in the Swiss Alps, the world's longest railway tunnel. Rönesans Construction continues with Heitkamp Construction GmbH, a company that has incorporated modern railway construction into this project.
TRAVELERS SHORTENING, THE ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE WAS MINIMUMA
Giving information about the Gotthard Base Tunnel, Cenk Düzyol, Board Member of Renaissance Construction, stated that Gotthard is made up of two single-line tubes with a length of 57, and the total length of the tunnel system, including crossovers, access tunnels and shafts, is more than 152 kilometers. Stating that the Gotthard Base Tunnel is also the deepest railway tunnel in the world, Düzyol said, an The Tunnel will increase its total transportation capacity throughout the Alps and reduce the negative impacts on the environment. According to a statement from the Renaissance, this tunnel will connect Zurich to Milan and Lugano, which will significantly shorten the travel time of passenger trains. R
TESTING DRIVING ON 5.000
With the construction of the new Gotthard railway connection, Switzerland will be one of Europe's largest environmental protection projects.
TAT Consortium completed the excavation works of the tunnel in September at 2013. The TTG Consortium is responsible for the railway technology in the Gotthard Base Tunnel. The consortium provides the construction of concrete block line, power supply, cable systems, telecommunication and security systems. The 2016 test is planned to be completed until trains run through the world's tallest tunnel at up to 275 per hour.