Antalya to connect with Istanbul high-speed train

Antalya will be connected to Istanbul by high-speed train: Antalya-Burdur, Isparta-Afyon-Kutahya-Eskisehir to connect Antalya to Istanbul.
High Speed ​​Train projects will be completed in the 2023 million dollars in 824 benefit will be provided. According to the statement made by TCDD, these projects will also provide energy savings of 161 million dollars. High Speed ​​Train (YHT) project will save 824 million dollars per year to Turkey. The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) according to an analysis made by, since the year 2009 26.5 million people in Turkey, which commissioned the YHT line speed train traveled.
On the Ankara-Eskişehir line, there was a new demand for 12 on the high-speed train. Ankara-Konya has a share of 66 in the absence of a railroad passenger. On this route, a new passenger demand of 14 per cent occurred. According to the TCDD, the number of vehicles and traffic on the highways will decrease after the completion of YHT projects in 2023 and the opening of the lines. Energy savings of 161 million dollars annually will be provided. 571 million dollars will be saved with the reduction of traffic accidents. With the YHT, the amount of carbon dioxide released to the nature will decrease. 2023 will emit less than a thousand tonnes of carbon dioxide in the 881. The economic value of this was calculated as 92 million dollars.
TCDD, Ankara-Istanbul-Ankara-Sivas, Ankara-Afyon-Izmir, Ankara-Konya and Ankara-Bursa corridors as the core network. Bursa-Bilecik project construction, while the project is completed, Bursa-Istanbul travel time 2 hours will fall to 15 minutes. Polatlı-Afyon section is under construction in Ankara-Izmir line which will reduce the time between Ankara and Izmir to 3 hours. A high-speed train line is planned to be reached by high-speed train from Istanbul to Mersin, Adana and Mardin. Antalya-Burdur / Isparta-Afyon-Kütahya-Eskişehir high-speed train project started to connect Antalya to Istanbul.

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