Transportation, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Binali Yildirim, in his written statement on the subject, Izmir-Ankara High-Speed Train (YHT) line, the first stage of the Ankara-Afyonkarahisar section of the tender has been concluded by recalling that the construction of the line will be signed tomorrow and construction work will begin after the delivery of the place said.
Yıldırım also stated that the work for the second stage of the project is continuing and he added:
In We aim to complete the construction of the line as soon as possible. Ankara-Izmir YHT Project, Ankara-Afyonkarahisar, Afyonkarahisar-Usak and Uşak-Manisa-Izmir stages, including the 3 stage. The second stage of the tender. We are also planning to continue the work of this line by completing the tender process of this line. With the completion of this line, which has a total project amount of 3 billion 567 million pounds, we will move 6 million passengers between Ankara and Izmir annually. Toplam
-Ankara Izmir between 3,5 hours-
Yildirim, the total length of the project with the length of 624 kilometers between Ankara and Izmir 3 hours will be 30 minutes, the contract will be signed with the completion of the Ankara-Afyonkarahisar section between Ankara and Afyonkarahisar time of 1 hour 30 minutes will go down.
Afyonkarahisar-Uşak stage of the tender for the construction of the near-time, Uşak-Manisa-Izmir stage of the implementation of the ongoing projects, indicating that the Lightning, said:
Sürdürmek Our aim is to continue the construction of the 3 branch in the shortest time. After the completion of the project, the distance between 824 and Ankara between Ankara and 624 will go down. Within the scope of the project, 13 tunnel, 13 viaduct and 189 bridge are planned. Approximately 4 thousand people will be employed in the project. The shortening of the duration of travel with the introduction of the line will also contribute significantly to our economy. Only the İzmir-Ankara YHT pipeline will provide annual 700 million pounds for its contribution to the economy from vehicle operation, time and fuel savings. İzmir
Source: Newspaper Turkey