Money will flow into metro and tram projects in Turkish cities this year.
The impacts of 2020 in railway transportation come into view one after the other.
Total investment for rail will reach to 44 billon TL (€ 5 bn) in 2021.
Deep impacts of Covid-19 which started affecting life in March in Turkey can be seen in rail transport statistics.
Construction contract for Cigli tram in Izmir was signed last week with contractor.
While first Turkey-China train arrived at Xian yesterday, second was started loading.
The new rolling stock manufacture company, Turasas, started fast.
First phase of Golden Horn will be commissioned in January 2021.
The first train from Turkey to China departed.
Engineering works started last weekend at Kayseri for new tram line.
As electrification extends, need for electric loco highly increases in Turkish railways.
Tekirdag, one of the main ports of container vessels at Marmara Sea, has stepped forward in strengthening its connections to Balkan region.
Change of legal status of TCDD and reorganization of it under various companies is on agenda.
Minister of Transport announced start of liberalization on passenger trains by next year.
Two Turkish cities, İstanbul and Samsun, are evaluating trolleybus in two routes.
Figures publicized about Marmaray which started also hosting freight trains between Asian and European side of Turkey.
While trucks departing from Turkey for Europe can cross Kapikule in 98 hours, trains in the same direction arrives at Germany in same time period.