Nowadays there are lots of foggy points about European traffic in Turkey that nobody can get a clear, official, in written answer. Here are the most frequently asked questions.
The Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway is told to be opened by the end of 2014.
2012’s top customer list is published by TCDD. Here’s the first article about this list, the leading companies in Turkey organizing railway transportation to/from Europe.
DB Schenker announced Bosphorus Shuttle, three per week mixed trains with railway containers and conventional wagons to be operated between Nürnberg and Halkali and to be started in September 2013.
DB Schenker announced its new train to Turkey, Bosphorus Shuttle.
Photos from famous Swiss railway bridge, Landwasserviadukt.
A website for the Turkish railways enthusiast..
TCDD announced closure of Halkali and opening of rail ferry service to Derince. The European rail traffic handled in Halkali will now be shared between Cerkezkoy, Corlu and Derince terminals.
Automobile industry has start leading Turkish economy by 2000’s. But can this growth continue without the support of railways?
Ekol adds Trieste-Ostrova block train route to ists existing intermodal routes.
The dream of İstanbul for hundred years is about to come true. How much do we know about the project, and how much of that is true?
Turkish pipes have started to be used all over Europe. Railway redefined the competetion rules and supported pipe producers a lot.
Every player is now looking for the alternatives, and already started comparisons of terminals near İstanbul. Here are terminal Oscars of Rail Turkey.
Ekol Logistics, had big success with the combined service between Turkey and Germany by ROLA train. So is ROLA our future? Should we expect to see more and more trucks on rail?
VTG announced an intention of merger of VTG and Kuehne + Nagel in rail logistics. Now the question in Turkey will be what will be the market shares of operators in Europe-Turkey conventional traffic after this merger.