CHP member Yiğit asked about the High Speed Train Project: The tenders of the Afyon - Uşak section, which is the second phase of the project, which is stated to be completed in 2017, and the third phase, the Uşak - Manisa - İzmir section, will be held this year.
CHP İzmir deputy Ali Yigit, who carried the matter to the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, said that the second and third stage tenders will be held in 2016.
CHP İzmir Deputy Ali Yiğit claimed that the Ankara - İzmir High Speed Train Line Project, which will reduce the distance between Ankara and İzmir to 3,5 hours, is progressing at turtle speed and that it is not possible for it to be put into service in 2017.
Yigit, 2012'da construction phase of the project began to be completed in 2017'da reminding that the promise was given to the service, the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Binali Yildirim, "the announcement of the second and third part of the auction will be held in 2016" project is a clear confession that the 2017 can not be finished. he said. Yiğit also stated that the works on the Izmir - Istanbul High Speed Train Line, which was completed and put into service in 2020, are still in the process of projecting and cannot be completed on time. Yiğit emphasized that the high speed train projects in İzmir are of great importance for both the regional and the national economy.
Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Binali Yildirim asked to respond to the following statements and questions were included in the proposal.
The infrastructure contract for the section between Ankara Polatlı and Afyonkarahisar, which is the first phase of the 3,5 km long Izmir-Ankara High Speed Line Project, which will reduce the travel time between Izmir and Ankara to 624 hours, was signed by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications in June 2012 and 2017 ' It has been stated that it will be completed and construction works have started. However, the construction tender between Afyonkarahisar and Eşme of the Afyon-İzmir stage is still in preparation, while the area between Eşme-Salihli and Salihli-Manisa is in the project process. In the statement made by the Minister in January, it was stated that the tenders of these stages will be held this year. On the other hand, it has been announced to the public that the Izmir - Istanbul high-speed train project, which has just been designed, will be completed and put into service by 2020.
In this context;
1. At which stage is the work on the High Speed Train Line, which will reduce the time between Izmir and Ankara to 3.5 hours? Will there be any delay in the project, which is planned to be put into service by finishing in 2017?
- How will the project be put into service at 3,5, considering that the second and third stage tenders of the Ankara - Izmir High Speed Line Project will be carried out at 2016?
- What is the projected total cost of the ongoing Izmir-Ankara High Speed Line Project? How much has been spent for the project as of the end of the 2015 year? What is the allowance for 2016?
- How are the works related to the Izmir-Istanbul high-speed train project, which was announced to be completed and put into service in 2020? What is the projected date of the tender process?