Installation of new stations was started in Başkentray Project: In the capital city of Başkentray, the installation of new stations was started. The new tracks will be installed at Başkentray, 5 will be transported by 200 per thousand passengers per day.
The General Directorate of Turkish State Railways (TCDD) started the renovation works in July in 2016. The construction of the new rails and the installation of the stations was started in the project where the dismantling of the superstructure materials of the existing lines between the Sincan and Kayaş was completed. With the separation of the existing railway lines between Kayaş-Ankara-Sincan as high-speed train, conventional line and suburban line, all stations and platforms will reach the subway standard. The number of lines between 2 and 4 between Ankara-Kayaş will be increased from 4 to 6 between Ankara-Marşandiz and from 3 to 5 from Marşandiz-Sincan.
200 THOUSAND PASSENGER IN DAY
All stations on the line will be suitable for disabled citizens. There will be closed station areas where passengers can meet the various needs of passengers at the Sincan, Lale, Etimesgut, Hippodrome, Yenişehir, Mamak and Kayaş stations where the passenger traffic is intense. Within the scope of the project, High Speed Train (YHT) West Transmission Station was also constructed to Etimesgut Emirler. A train will be operated in XnUMX between Sincan-Kayaş-Sincan in the new Başkentray. Daily, which will serve 5 thousand passengers with the capital, Ankara is also intended to relieve traffic.
IT WILL INTEGRATE WITH METHOD
Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Ahmet Arslan 11 July 2016'da for the project began to be renewed "18 months later our citizens in Ankara to reach the four corners of the rail system," he said. Minister Arslan will also ensure the integration of the Başkentray Project with existing rail systems within the city, and noted that a connection will be made with Keçiören Metro Station in Ankara Gar, Batikent Metro, Yenisehir Station, and Ankaray with Kurtulus and Maltepe stations.
Source : the site www.hurriyet.com.tr