The Ankara YHT Station has come to an end: Work is ongoing at full speed at Ankara YHT Station, the construction of which started in 2014 and achieved a 99,5 percent improvement. The station, which is planned not only as a transportation station but also as a shopping, accommodation, meeting center and meeting point, consists of an indoor area of 178 thousand square meters and 8 floors.
99,5 percent of Ankara High Speed Train (YHT) Station, which will symbolize speed and dynamism, has been completed as well as today's technology and architectural understanding.
Orhan Birdal, Deputy Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, made inspections at the Ankara YHT Station, which is still under construction, and General Manager of TCDD on the latest status of the project. İsa Apaydın and the contractor company received information.
According to Turkey's 2023 vision of 3 thousand 500 kilometers of high-speed and 8 thousand 500 kilometers to be equipped with high-speed train network construction began in 2014 with the aim percent and 99,5 progress achieved Ankara YHT work in the Station continues at full speed.
Ankara YHT Station, built with the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) model, will serve 20 thousand passengers a day in the first place and 50 thousand passengers a day in the future. Passenger transport and high-speed train operation will be operated by TCDD and will be operated by the contractor for a period of 19 years and 7 months after its commissioning. At the end of the operation period, it will be transferred to TCDD.
Ankara YHT Station, which is built taking into account national and international standards, will be connected to Ankaray, Başkentray, Batıkent, Sincan, Keçiören and airport subways. The station, which takes care to preserve its historical value; It will take its place among the prestigious works of TCDD and Başkent Ankara with its architecture, social facilities and ease of transportation.
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The Ankara YHT Station, which was built on the land between Celal Bayar Boulevard and the existing railway station, was planned not only as a transportation station but also as a shopping, accommodation, meeting center and meeting point in the most central part of the city. 178 thousand square meters of indoor space and eight floors on the ground floor of the station will have passenger lounges, ticket sales counters and stores. There will be two 134 rooms with 5 rooms in the garage, while the shopping center in the building will have restaurants and cafes. Under the ground floor of the facility, the platforms and kiosks will be located on the ground floor and a closed parking lot for a thousand 250 vehicles.
Following the relocation of the existing lines, the new 12 platform 400 platform and 3 high speed train line will be built at the same time.
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Aiming to transform Gar and its surroundings into a center of attraction for Ankara, the project was designed to represent speed and dynamism and represent the new vision of TCDD in addition to today's technology and architectural approach.
In Turkey, opened in 2003 at the beginning of the projects implemented with the investment allowance is provided starting from 2009 in the Ankara-based core comes from high-speed rail projects. In 2009, Ankara-Eskişehir, 2011, Ankara-Konya, 2013, Konya, Eskişehir and in 2014 Ankara-Istanbul and Konya-Istanbul between starting to do YHT management Turkey, the world eighth, sixth high-speed train operator in the country in Europe Located at. In addition to these, construction works for Ankara-Sivas and Ankara-İzmir YHT lines and Bursa-Bilecik and Konya-Karaman high-speed train lines continue.