Railway is Civilization: General Director of TCDD İsa ApaydınNew article in RAILLIFE
Starting with the leadership and directives of our President in 2003, the mobilization of our country with modern iron nets continues at full speed.
We keep our current lines ready for the train traffic and we work in winter, day and night, so that each one of them starts with our own unique architecture and complete the journeys that continue with the train in safety and peace.
Our task is not only to operate our existing lines. At the same time, the thirsty cracking of the soil as well as the eyes of the train watching the path of the train to introduce our citizens. Because the railway has always been a measure of civilization since its invention.
With this consciousness and our responsibilities, we are building high-speed, high-speed, high-speed convention between major metropolises and new conventional railways in other regions.
Despite the geographic conditions of Çetin, we use the most advanced technology to patiently and stubbornly pierce the mountains and build bridges to the rivers.
Our work in Ankara-Izmir and Ankara-Sivas high-speed train (YHT) projects, which will significantly reduce travel times other than the lines we open to service, continues our work day and night.
Bursa-Bilecik, Konya-Karaman-Ulukışla and Adana-Mersin high speed train (HT) projects continue at the same speed.
YHT and HT projects at the construction, tender and project stages, which we carry out as an example to our friendly and brotherly countries, were awarded with yürüt Heydar Aliyev Year Award ümüz in the category of ındaki Projects Above the Continent in Engineering, Architecture and Urban Planning Proje organized by Mimar Sinan International Project Olympics.
Following this development which increased the prestige of our country and our organization in the international community, “Silk Road Civilizations Award of Distinguished Service Award ası was given by Turkish Union of Engineers and Architects on behalf of TCDD.
TCDD this award bearing the brunt of this country until today 1856, actin is also confidence in the future of Turkey.