Rail Laying Continues in Ankara Sivas YHT Project

ankara sivas yht project continues rail laying
ankara sivas yht project continues rail laying

The railroad works in the direction of Yerköy-Sivas are continuing in Ankara-Yozgat-Sivas YHT Project, which is one of the important axes of the railroad corridor that connects Asian countries on the route of Asia Minor and Silk Road and will reduce Yozgat Ankara between 55 minutes.

In the project, which has been tendered to one billion 83 million pounds on the Yerköy-Sivas line, 80 kilometer spreading has been realized in two directions. Our Governor Kadir Çakır examined the section where the rail was laid and received information from Mehmet Başer, Construction Project Manager of Yapı Merkezi.

Afterwards, Governor Çakır boarded the vehicle that stabilized the rail axis at Yozgat Station, which is located in the Divanlı neighborhood and is currently under construction.

Governor Cakir made a statement after the trip that ended at the entrance to the town of Cigulu, Ankara-Sivas YHT Project is a major investment, he said.

Governor Çakır said that the investment was approaching the end, ucu The end of the tunnel is now visible. 13.2 is a billion pound investment. I would like to thank to the state elders who contributed to this and to everyone from the workers to the engineers. Rail tracks are in progress. Two-way rail was laid between Yerköy-Yozgat-Sorgun. Akdagmadeni district is being laid. 87 percent of the work is finished, and I hope the rest will be completed in March. Then the test drives will begin. After the test drives, I hope our people will have the opportunity to travel by high speed train. ”

Governor Çakır explained that when the line was completed, there would be a great advantage in terms of time. “Yozgat is a city with many beauties both geothermal and historical. This project will contribute to the promotion of our province and the formation of economic investments. I hope we will live together beauties when finished. Kul he said.

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