TCDD announced new restrictions for Cerkezkoy Terminal last week.
A number of important projects are either announced or expected to start in February.
Turkey allocate 6 billion TL for railway investments in 2014. About 1 billion is for high speed trains. But already started high speed train projects need a lot more: 5 billion every year.
Balo, before celebrating the first aniversary, is planning to increase the frequency to 5 trains per week.
There are a number of projects of TCDD and Transportation Ministry that will increase the competetiveness of railway transportation. Here are the schedules of these projects based on 2014 budget.
Railway investments have an important share in 2014’s budget. But which of the projects will be funded? Here are the top 10 projects with biggest shares:
One of the most important ports in Izmit region is to be privatized. Six companies offered for the port as announced by Privatization Agency last week.
Luckily, and unfortunately, railway infrastructure in Balkan region is almost totally under construction. Here are the ongoing or about to start construction works in Balkan countries:
Omsan unveiled the multimodal project in cooperation with Dacia Group for finished vehicles to be carried from Romania to Turkey.
High speed trains become more and more popular nowadays in Turkey. Where else? Which countries have high speed trains? How widely are they used?