Here is the route of the Trakya High Speed ​​Line

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you want to train your trains

Here is the route of the Trakya High Speed ​​Train Line: Edirne, Tekirdag and Kirklareli provinces to connect to Istanbul 'High Speed ​​Train' project has come to an end. Istanbul Halkalı Starting from the station of Edirne Kapikule station in the 229 high-speed train project, the local people were informed, ideas and suggestions taken in the EIA meetings 9-12 September between Tekirdağ, Kırklareli and Edirne, and the process was completed.

AK Party Tekirdag Deputies, Transport, Maritime and Communications Minister Binali Yildirim and Thracian high-speed train project to take steps to take steps. The deputies who made a statement after the meeting with the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Binali Yıldırım; they stated that the tender for the high-speed train project will be held in 2016 and the construction of the high-speed train will start soon.

Halkalı-Marmaray line will be integrated with the project is planned to be completed approximately 18 per month. 229 kilometers of the 75 kilometer line are planned in Istanbul, while the 40 kilometers of the line are in Tekirdağ, the 60 Kilometers are in Kırklareli, and the 54 Kilometers are passing through the boundaries of Edirne Province.

The High Speed ​​Line starts from Sirkeci, Halkalı, Pumpkin, Çerkezköy, Büyükkarıştıran, Misinli, Lüleburgaz, Babaeski, Havsa route will reach Kapikule. Tekirdağ and Kırklareli one arm will be separated.

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  1. This thought is fine but missing. The two-way Edirne-Uzunköprü-Keşan-Gelibolu-Eceabat line should be constructed to connect the Aegean region to the Balkans, and crossing the 2 directional railway bridge to Çanakkale and Bandırma-Basmane in Balıkesir and Balıkesir-Kütahya lines. In addition, if the two-way railway is laid on the Çanakkale-Biga-Bandırma-Karacabey-Bursa-İnegöl-Bozüyük axis, the creamy bread will be like kadayif.

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