Works in Nurdağ Railway Tunnel

UDHB Deputy Undersecretary Orhan Birdal, General Director of TCDD İsa Apaydın1 with the construction of the Nurdag Tunnel on the construction work continued on Tuesday.

Works are underway at the Nurdağ Tunnel, which was built within the scope of the Mersin-Adana-İncirlik-Osmaniye-Gaziantep High Speed ​​Railway Project, which was designed to provide high-speed train transportation from Istanbul, Ankara and Konya to the cities of Adana-Osmaniye and Gaziantep.

UDHB Deputy Undersecretary Orhan Birdal, General Director of TCDD İsa ApaydınIn order to see the ongoing works together with the accompanying delegation to visit the construction of Nurdağ Tunnel.

Birdal, 10 2 each 4 km length of each tube into the tunnel consisting of XNUMX km, received information from the authorities about the ongoing work.

THE LONG RAIL TUNNEL WILL BE

The Nurdağ Tunnel, built under the Mersin-Adana-İncirlik-Osmaniye-Gaziantep High Speed ​​Railway Project, is located between Osmaniye's Garden District and Fevzipaşa. The Nurdağ Tunnel will be the longest railway tunnel of our country with its length of 10 km.

The project also includes the construction of Nurdağ-Başpnar Variant. With the completion of this variant, the 32 km long railway line will be reduced to 15 km to 17 km.

KONYA GETS THE DOOR TO GAZİANTEP

When the Konya-Karaman-Adana-Incirlik-Osmaniye-Gaziantep High Speed ​​Railway Project is completed, the travel time between Konya and Gaziantep will decrease significantly.

The length of the railway line between Konya and Gaziantep, where freight and passenger transport can be combined, will fall from 665 to 581, while the travel time will fall from 11 to 4 hours to 35 hours.

160-200 km / h speed built railway; It will be double-line, electric and signaled.

UNDERTAKING ASSISTANT UNDERSTANDING; FEVZİPAŞA, THE GARDEN AND THE TOPRAKKALE

UDHB Deputy Undersecretary Orhan Birdal, General Director of TCDD following Nurdağ Tunnel İsa Apaydın and other officials together with Fevzipaşa, Bahçe and Toprakkale stations and Yenice Logistics Center.

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