Apaydın: hatt The studies on Ankara-Sivas YHT line continue intensively Ap

TCDD General Manager İsa ApaydınContinues its iftar programs initiated by Regional Directorates. Apaydın, 16 June 2017 on the TCDD Sivas 4. Participated in the iftar program organized by the Regional Directorate.

Executive Vice Presidents, Chief of the Department, Deputy Chief of the Office of the Assistant Director of the Board of Inspectors, 1. Speaking in the program attended by the Legal Consultant, Press and Public Relations Consultant and Department Heads, Apaydın said, iri We will reach the goals of 2023 together. Hukuk

Recalling that the State Railways is an 160 annual institution, Apaydın stated that after the works carried out in the first years of the Republic, it was neglected after 1950, and since the 2003, a new railway mobilization started. Within the scope of the said mobilization, a total of 1.805 km new railways, including high-speed, fast and conventional lines, have been built, and they have successfully operated the YHT lines between Ankara-Istanbul, Ankara-Konya and Konya-Istanbul. Apaydın said:

Li The works of YHT, HT and conventional lines, renewal of existing lines, signaling and electrification are continuing. At the same time we run our trains. This requires great sacrifice. I would like to thank you for your sacrifices. Be right there. Hopefully, we will reach our 2023 year targets with you, your zealous work. İn

ANKARA-SIVAS WAS THE 2 HOUR

TCDD 4. Apaydın, pointing out that the Regional Directorate has severe geographical conditions, also mentioned the difficulties of doing duty in this region. he would fall. Apaydın explained that the Kars-Tbilisi-Baku railway line will be opened soon and added that the importance of Sivas will increase when the said projects are completed.

TCDD General Manager İsa ApaydınAfter his speech, a plaque was presented by representatives of NGOs. Apaydin and his entourage, along with the iftar program staff and representatives of Civil Society Organizations consulted.

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