Ankara, Izmir in Turkey on a first-Speed ​​Train Line

ankara Izmir in Turkey in the first high-speed rail line
ankara Izmir in Turkey in the first high-speed rail line

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu said, “We are breaking new ground. We are opening a wider Railway tunnel than the Eurasia Tunnel. For the first time in Turkey, we will build both the main tunnel to be used by the high-speed train and the safety tunnel to be used in pedestrian, ambulance and maintenance services within the same tube. In other words, we are building two floors in a single tunnel. Great in terms of both time and cost kazanWe will provide three,” he said.

Karaismailoğlu came to Uşak for a series of visits and observations. Ankara-Istanbul High Speed ​​Railway Line Project, Esme-Salihli Cutting T1 Tunnel attending the launch ceremony excavations Karaismailoğlu, for the first time will be built in the main tunnel and safety tunnel will use the high-speed train in Turkey and the project reported that planned to be completed in 12 months.

"We made railways a state policy again"

Ministers Karaismailoğlu that gives priority to the strengthening of Turkey's links with the world in each mode; He stated that huge investments and innovations have been made in the railway area, which is an efficient, fast and comfortable alternative in every age.

Stating that in the last 19 years, they transferred 1 percent of the 18,8 trillion budget allocated to transportation and communication investments to railways, Karaismailoğlu said, “We increased the railways investment rate from 2013 percent in 33 to 2020 percent in 47, and only in 2020, railways will reach 13,6 billion. We invested in lira. "We made the railways a state policy again and started the Railway Reform."

 "We are bringing our citizens together with the Ankara-Sivas YHT line in June"

Minister Karaismailoğlu stated that they have implemented very important and big projects in High Speed ​​Train; Ankara- Sivas High Speed ​​Line, Ankara-İzmir High Speed ​​Line, Bursa-Yenişehir-Osmaneli High Speed ​​Line, Konya-Karaman-Ulukışla High Speed ​​Line, Mersin-Adana-Gaziantep High Speed ​​Line and Kapıkule-Çerkezköy He stated that the construction work on the high speed train line of 3 thousand 515 kilometers, including the High Speed ​​Line, is continuing.

Stating that the Ankara-Sivas line is approaching the end, Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “We are doing our final tests on our line. As of June, I hope we will bring all our citizens together with the Ankara-Sivas YHT line. "We are continuing our work quickly and successfully on our Ankara-Izmir high-speed train line," he said. Karaismailoğlu added that with the completion of the line, the travel time between Ankara and Izmir will decrease to 3 hours 30 minutes.

"First time in Turkey, we will build the main tunnels and tunnel safety into a single tunnel"

Minister Karaismailoğlu, who stated that the excavation of the 3 thousand 47 meters long T1 Tunnel, which is the longest tunnel of the Ankara-İzmir High Speed ​​Line Eşme-Salihli Section, continued as follows:

“We are breaking new ground, opening a railway tunnel wider than the 13,70 m wide Eurasia Tunnel. We will open this tunnel by using Turkey's largest diameter TBM machine with an excavation diameter of 13,77 meters and an inner diameter of 12,5 meters. Thanks to this method used, for the first time in Turkey, we will construct both the main tunnel to be used by the high-speed train and the safety tunnel to be used in pedestrian, ambulance and maintenance services within the same tube. In other words, we are building two floors in a single tunnel. Moreover, it is large in terms of both time and cost. kazanWe will provide three. Under normal circumstances, with the conventional method, only the main tunnel can be completed in 24 months, but we will complete both the main tunnel and the security tunnel in 12 months.”

Minister Karaismailoğlu, who also visited Eşme Municipality within the scope of his visit to Uşak, will visit Ulubey Municipality afterwards.

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