Konya-Karaman high-speed train line will start in July, TCDD said, will heralded the distance to 40 minutes.
A province gets a faster train. The high speed train line between Konya and Karaman is now nearing the end. The line which will connect Karaman to Konya via the high speed train line will be put into operation and the distance between the two cities will be reduced by 40 minutes.
The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD), in line with the latest information that is obtained from the General Directorate of 213 thousand kilometers until such time as was stated officially commissioned the high-speed rail. The ongoing construction of the new 870 kilometer high-speed railway is still in progress.
TCDD, which continues its rapid rail works to carry both cargo and passenger, is still continuing the construction of a thousand 454 speed rail. The ongoing high-speed railway projects include the Konya-Karaman-Mersin high-speed train line and the 102-kilometer Konya-Karaman high-speed train line.
Distance Is Short
Infrastructure and superstructure, the end of the work is stated, while the work of the electrification and signaling works continued and the cost of the 55 thousand thousand euro was expressed in the euro. The distance between Konya and Karaman will be reduced from 490 hours to 1 minutes.
Approximately 1,9 million passengers are planned to be transported annually on the line. After the commissioning of Karaman-Yenice line, a faster corridor will be formed between Mersin Port and Konya, Ankara. Konya-Karaman high-speed train line is planned to be completed in this year.