Tender for Başkentray Project to be Held in January

baskent ankara rail system
baskent ankara rail system

The tender of the Başkentray project will be held in January: The work of the project, which is planned to solve the traffic problem of Ankara to a great extent, has started. It is planned to resume the tender of Başkentray project, which Ankara will implement in order to find a solution to the traffic problem, which was canceled by the Public Procurement Authority (KİK).


Domestic and foreign companies receive information from TCDD for the project. The tender of the project in 2012, participant Porr Bau GmbH. Ramberg Bau AG was canceled due to the objection of Özaras-İntekar-Uygun Yapı, Sinohydro-İlci İnşaat joint venture to the JCC.

350 million 832 thousand 791 had given Gülermak-Kolin Business Partnership the lowest bid with 186 million 235 thousand 935 euro to the cost-effective project. Domestic and foreign 17 company offered a bid. It is stated by the General Directorate of Turkish State Railways that the railway construction and renovation works will be completed within three months, including the Başkentray Project.


The project, which also includes the construction of a new conventional line between Sincan and Ankara within the scope of Başkentray planned for at least 90 days, is already being discussed. 184 is planned to be transported to 36 million passengers annually through the Xray Cartridge Project, which will be installed in the 60 mileage track. Ankara-Istanbul, Ankara-Konya and Ankara-Sivas high-speed train projects will be provided in Ankara.

The high speed train travel time of 19 minutes in the existing corridor between Ankara and Sincan will be reduced to 8 minutes by 11 minutes. Traveling time between Ankara and Eskişehir will also decrease to 1 hours. Within the scope of the project, a total of 5 kilometers will be laid on the 36 kilometer. 184 platform, 25 highway underpass, 13 highway overpass, 2 pedestrian underpass and 26 pedestrian overpass will be constructed.

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