Minister Arslan put an end to the Ankara-İzmir YHT route discussions: Ahmet Arslan, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication, who visited Governor Mustafa Hakan Güvençer in his office within the scope of the Manisa program, stated that there were no stages in the Ankara-İzmir High Speed Train Project, and that the line was 3 years. reported that it will be put into service.
Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Ahmet Arslan, Ankara-Polatli-Afyonkarahisar-Usak-Izmir High Speed Railway Project (YHT), which will reduce the transportation between Ankara and Izmir to 3.5 hours, ended the discussion of the Manisa route, which will divide the city center into two. Arslan said, inden Our high-speed train line coming from Uşak to Izmir will not follow the current line. It will continue in the north of the city, just south of the existing bus station, in parallel with the existing ring road out of the city. Şehr
As in every part of Turkey in Manisa in Arslan Minister said that the continued uninterrupted projects in terms of transportation, "Manisa in the Aegean, our paths split continued to connect Central Anatolia, there is also need a second highway outside the hot asphalt of our work. We are continuing our project work on it. Hopefully we will soon initiate his processes as well. It is very important for the project to be connected to the sea in terms of Manisa and Aegean Region and to connect to Central Anatolia and to the east. We follow his processes together. However, in a city that is at the heart of such a great economic and trade, it is of course important to rehabilitate existing railway tracks as well as to make high-speed trains. We also follow this together with our friends. All the processes have begun. Ankara-Afyonkarahisar-Manisa-Izmir high speed train line has not started the tender process. I hope we will put him in service during the year 3. İn
High-speed train discussions
Ah We know what we have done and what we do for you. Manisalı also knows that we are trying to make the best of them for the development of the region. From time to time a number of polemics and different expressions are made. In order to inform the public in Manisa, we can easily say that our high speed train line coming from Uşak and going to Izmir from Manisa will not follow the current line. Just north of the city, just south of the existing bus station, think of it as a freeway outside the city, which will continue parallel to the existing ring road. We will transport Manisa to the Aegean by dividing it in a way that does not divide it. We are not satisfied with this. In addition, we will not be able to enter our existing line which serves freight trains. As a third line next to our high speed train line, we will deliver our goods to the Aegean. There's something more important for the manis. Starting from the center of Manisa, we will remove the current train line going to Menemen on two lines. We will connect Manisa to Menemen and therefore to Egeray in order to provide these two lines of suburban services. Bu