Minister Turhan Gives ”No Disruption“ for Ankara Sivas YHT

Minister Turhan YHT will give no hassle
Minister Turhan YHT will give no hassle

The Ankara-Sivas High Speed ​​Train project, which Sivasl waited for with curiosity, approached the end. Mehmet Cahit Turhan, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, stated that the project work is going on and gave 'good day will not happen'.

2 HOURS IN ANKARA

The high speed train line, which will be put into service in the next year, will be completed within the determined period of 245 km between Yozgat and Sivas.

The project will reduce the Ankara-Sivas to 2 hours. Minister Turhan has announced that the Ankara-Sivas YHT Line will not be interrupted.

Ankara-Sivas YHT project, which is expected to alleviate the problems of employment and migration in our province, including transportation in particular, continues to work. With the completion of the rail spreading works between Yozgat and Sivas within the scope of the project, test drives will start next year.

The Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, Mehmet Cahit Turhan, made a statement about the Ankara-Sivas YHT project yesterday and said that the project works are continuing and heralded that there will be no interruption.

Minister Turhan, 2019'da test drive will be started in the project in parallel with the developments in information technology, intelligent transportation systems are used, he said.

Saying that they have built a thousand 15 kilometers of railway in the last 983 year, and that the construction of the 4 thousand 15 kilometers of railway is continuing, Turhan said: In the Ankara-Sivas high-speed train project, we are nearing the end. ”

The two cities between 2 hours will reduce the YHT'nun Yozgat-Sivas between the teams every day 750 meter run of the rail selection work was announced.

Map of Ankara Sivas YHT

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