High Speed ​​Trains at the end of 2018 HalkalıWill Go Up To

Ahmet Arslan, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, said that the suburban lines on the Anatolian and European sides of Istanbul will be connected to the Marmara standards at the end of 2018. HalkalıHe said he would go as far as.

Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ahmet Arslan, 06 August 2017 attended a live broadcast of a private television channel on Sunday.

Arslan, which is the continuation of Marmaray, will be completed in 2018. HalkalıHe said he would go as far as.

Indicating that the YHTs operating between Ankara and Istanbul have come to Pendik, Arslan said that transportation from there is provided by buses. it will relax and provide a very comfortable, subway standard transportation service. In addition, there will be continuous railway operations between Europe and Asia. While bringing the existing two lines to the subway standard, we are making a third line from Gebze-Halkalı up to. This third line will serve high-speed trains during the day and will serve freight trains at night. Iz

”ANKARA-HAYDARPAŞA 3 CLOCK, SİVAS- ISTANBUL 5 HOURS“

Following the completion of the subway lines, which are the continuation of the Marmaray project in Istanbul, to the subway standard, the YHTs departing from Ankara at the 3 hour to Haydarpaşa, Halkalı'or 3 will be reached in an hour and a half underlines Arslan, said: Sivas Ankara-Sivas YHT Line with the completion of Sivas-Ankara 2 hours, Sivas-Istanbul 5 hours, Sivas-Halkalı 5 will be an hour and a half. A passenger arriving from Sivas 5 every half an hour Halkalıto come. Halkalı-Kapıkule'ın we are doing the tender this year, as a high-speed project, the preparation of the tender files were prepared and this year we will go to the tender. On this occasion, a passenger from Sivas will be able to reach Kapıkule by using our high speed trains. Up to 2022-2023 Halkalı- We want to finish Kapikule so that a train from the east of our country can go to London.-

ÜZ 40 IN TARGET OF ANKARA-ISTANBUL “

Referring to Ankara YHT Gar and YHT passenger transport share, Minister Arslan stated that YHT Gar, which was built in Ankara and opened to service in 29 October 2016, has served as a multifunctional and that the passengers can meet all kinds of social needs.

Lar Our citizens now prefer a high-speed train with a percentage of 15 in all transportation between Ankara and Istanbul. Even YHT Line, Haydarpasa and then HalkalıWe expect this rate to be as high as 40 when it goes on until ere, says Arslan, who is now in XIUMX and 78 in Konya. In addition, they predicted that they should come to at least 66, and this ratio will increase in the future.

Arslan also spoke about the effects of transportation sectors in the commercial sense, especially with the development of the railways. Lar We went to a liberalization on the railways both in airlines and railways. Birlikte With the balance of supply and demand, prices are in a certain balance. Distance from the 400 to 500 km traveling high-speed trains, if any, people already prefer it. '' He said.

”700 STAFF WILL BE TAKEN TO RAILS“

Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ahmet Arslan, referring to staff recruitment to State Railways at the end of his speech, "Weighted engineers, technicians, lawyers, civil servants, and 150 700 people will be a friend in the state railways in this year will be added to the body." He said.

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