TCDD 2023 and 2035 targets

TCDD 2023 and 2035 ambitious targets: Deputy Undersecretary of Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Orhan Birdal, General Director of TCDD İsa Apaydın and the accompanying delegation visited TÜDEMSAŞ General Directorate within the scope of Sivas visit.

Deputy Undersecretary Birdal and TCDD General Manager who visited TÜDEMSAŞ General Manager Yıldıray Koçarslan at his office İsa ApaydınKoçarslan gave information about TÜDEMSAŞ's production and investment activities.

Birdal, TÜDEMSAŞ General Directorate wrote in the memo; New Turkey contemporary civilization level of the one of the most important modes of transportation path goes over railway transport infrastructure and who exerted great efforts to develop the technology TÜDEMSAŞ said he congratulated all employees of the General Director of State.

2023 WILL BE OUR LINE OF 25 THOUSAND MILESTONES

General Director of TCDD İsa Apaydın told reporters 2023 and 2035 goals told.

Apaydın stated that they will finish the road renovation works in 2018. We currently have about 2023 thousand kilometers in terms of both signaling and electrification. We have renewed the 25 of this line. Electrification is going to be commissioned this year from Kayaş to Çetinkaya, and our electrification project will be commissioned this year. Our infrastructure rehabilitation and signaling works are continuing in Samsun-Sivas line. In our network, in 2035-30 year, both our electric and signal lines will reach the levels of 11-95. We finish our road renovations in 2017. Yol

Southern Turkey NEW PROJECTS

Apaydın stated that TCDD will be transformed into an organization that can provide infrastructure services at higher speeds in freight and passenger transportation, altyapı We had the remaining tenders in Bursa. In Izmir, the construction works of our projects have been started in two sectors, and we will continue our works in the other two sectors within a month İzmir.

Apaydın emphasized that the studies started in the Karaman and Ereğli sections of Konya, Karaman, Ereğli, Ulukışla, Adana and Mersin; Arasındaki Adana-Toprakkale, Gaziantep continues to work in two sectors. I hope, 2023'de a very different, advanced, infrastructure will be a better service with the superstructure. Yap he said.

LOAD TRANSPORT SPEED 120 WILL GO TO KM

Apaydın continued his speech by stating that he was working on the railway infrastructure to increase the freight transport speeds from 65-100 to 120 and 160-200 to XNUMX-XNUMX; ”Thus, we will become an organization that can serve at much higher speeds in both freight and passenger transportation,“ he said.

BLACK SEA LINES ARE CONNECTED TO THE MEDITERRANEAN

Apaydın providing information about the connection of Mediterranean and Black Sea with high speed train lines; Var Samsun, Çorum, Amasya, Kırşehir, Aksaray via Adana, Mersin, we have a fast train to connect. We are continuing our project work on it. Hopefully some of the project work ends at 2017 and some at 2018. We'il do it. This will be an important artery for the north-south corridor. In other words, Samsun port will be connected to both Mersin and İskenderun ports. Our goal is to realize these projects in 2023. Hedef

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