Sivas, Ankara YHT Line train sets to be used in November in Turkey

First Party of YHT to be delivered in November
First Party of YHT to be delivered in November

Transport and Infrastructure Minister Cahit Turhan, the first party of the 10 YHT ordered to Siemens will be delivered in November, "the remaining 9 set will be delivered within a year, including a set of 2020 year," he said.

Minister Turhan, on the question of the delivery time of the High Speed ​​Train (YHT) sets ordered to Siemens, the high-speed train opened between Ankara and Istanbul Halkalıextending the demand for travel will increase said.

Stressing that the increase in demand is an expectation, Minister Turhan stated that even now the tickets are “sold Söz and that the line should be fed with additional sets.

Turhan, Ankara-Sivas line will come into operation next year, this line will increase the need for train pointed out.

Indicating that the first party of the 10 YHT ordered under the contract made last year will be delivered in November, Cahit Turhan said, ece The remaining 9 set will be delivered in 2020 year, one set each month. We will put them into service. They will also be the back-up of existing employees. Bunlar

Minister Turhan pointed out that they want to include the private sector in the railway management and that the companies operating in this field in Europe are interested in the issue and that comfort and quality are important for them.

Turhan stated that they have made programs to open the projects they planned as ministries in a timely manner, ın There is no stagnation in our projects. We have made our investments so far to meet the urgent transportation needs of our country and to improve the ground and railway infrastructure throughout the country in order to realize the services as soon as possible. Biz

Turhan, mainly pointing place on the east-west corridor of national and international transport movement in Turkey, on the date of the Republic on this corridor and also said that all of the dormant improve the railways. (UBAK)


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