Counting the days for the fastest train in Karaman (Video)

Karaman is counting the days for the high-speed train: Karaman Mayor Ertugrul Caliskan has said that his work is underway in the ongoing Karaman-Konya High Speed ​​Train line.
Mayor Ertuğrul Çalışkan, who made examinations at the Train Station together with AK Party Karaman Provincial Chairman Nazmi Ünlü, said, “Fast freight and fast passenger transportation will be carried out together on the high speed train line that will operate between Karaman and Konya. This will be a first in Turkey. High-speed passenger transportation is carried out on Konya, Ankara, Eskişehir and Istanbul lines. But Turkey is also one where we will have the first one. The tender for the Karaman-Mersin line is also completed rapidly. As we have learned, the tender for the Karaman-Ulukışla line will be finished in the coming days. High-speed train services between Karaman and Konya will start at the end of this year, before that, Karaman-Konya DEMO flights will begin next month, in February. DEMOs will carry passengers at a speed of 120 kilometers per hour, although not as high as the high-speed train, ”he said.
Mayor Ertugrul Caliskan, Karaman-Konya with the completion of the High Speed ​​Train line from Karaman to Ankara 2.5 hour, the time to go to Istanbul 4.5 hour, he said.
Explaining that they had a meeting with the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications on the voyages, Çalışkan said, “We are meeting for the first train departing from Karaman to Istanbul and the last train departing from Istanbul to Karaman. Apart from that, our negotiations continue for the last train departing from Ankara to come to Karaman again. "Other than that, other trips will have a connection to Konya like a connecting metro".




  1. Come on, I hope. We have been waiting for 3-4 years with 4 eyes. We were going to have a trip to Greece. I have been waiting to go from Karaman to Edirne for 3 years. Even if the between Istanbul and Edirne has not started, it will find 2020, but at least let's go to Istanbul quickly. By the way, I follow your articles with interest, Mr. Levent, good work.