Business people, especially during their travels from Ankara to Istanbul, the route from the plane, high-speed train (YHT) began to change. TCDD Transportation has been finding it difficult to keep up with the demands of tickets coming from business circles and bureaucracy at an increasing rate. The company puts on additional expeditions to meet the demand from all segments of society, including university students. However, the number of MDS train sets is limited… Sources gave good news about this. Germany's Siemens will deliver the first of the 312 train sets, which will cost 10 million euros, at the end of November. Delivery will be completed in mid-March.
HabertürkAccording to Olcay Aydilek'in news; “Istanbul Airport has recently started operations. The distance between the city center and the airport and difficulties in access increased the demand for alternative modes of transportation. One of the most important of these is the high-speed train called YHT.
BUSINESS MAN AND BUREAUCRATS
Business people and bureaucrats have recently started to focus more on YHT, especially during their Ankara-Istanbul travels. TCDD Transportation is very satisfied with this demand…
Stating that there is high demand for trains from all segments of the society, especially university students, the sources said, merkezli We have Ankara-based Eskişehir, Konya and Istanbul high speed trains. Young people studying in these provinces prefer YHT. We observe that the demand of business people is increasing. There is an increase in the demand for bureaucracy, ”he said.
COUNTDOWN FOR NEW TRAIN SETS
The company implements additional flights to meet this demand. However, the number of MDS train sets is limited. The sources recalled that they recently launched the 312 new high-speed train set tender, which the Islamic Development Bank will provide financing for 10 million euros, sharing an important development in this regard.
Sources said the German Siemens will deliver the first 10 train set at the end of November or the beginning of December at the latest. Delivery will be completed in mid-March. Thus, the margin of TCDD will be expanded according to demand.