When the High Speed Train Project was transferred from General Directorate of Infrastructure to General Directorate of Turkish State Railways (TCDD), the EIA process was started from the beginning.
In the High Speed Train Project, which has been discussed on the Antalya agenda for many years, the project owner will change the general directorates and after the new routes will be started to work again. The 640-Antalya-Kayseri High Speed Train Project, which was initiated by the General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments under the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, was transferred to the General Directorate of TCDD. 25 February 2014 Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) positive trainings received in the High Speed Train Project in Antalya-Konya-Aksaray-Kayseri 758 km length was changed again when the EIA process was initiated.
WORKS ARE NEW
7 station, 5 siding, 56 tunnels, within the scope of the High Speed Train Project, which is approved by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization and has been submitted to the opinions, questions and suggestions regarding the project until the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process is completed in the Provincial Directorate. 56 pieces of bridges, 31 pieces of viaducts, 342 pieces of underpasses and 119 overpasses are planned to be done. Following the completion of the EIA process and implementation projects related to the High Speed Train, 4 is planned to be commissioned after the annual construction process.
TENDER AS 4 CUTTING
Antalya, Konya and Cappadocia region to Kayseri and Konya-Ankara High Speed Train line to connect the project with the Ankara General Directorate of TCDD 4 cut in the case of the tender in the High Speed EIA file, as the project segment Manavgat-Seydişehir Section, Konya ISeydişehir Section, Konya-Aksaray Section, Aksaray-Kayseri Section took place. Considering the possible route change in the project's environmental impact assessment studies, 1 km corridor, including 2 km right and left of the axis of the route, was designated as EIA Study Area. .