Ankara-Istanbul high-speed rail up and running from mid-May

To halve the time required to 3 hours and 15 minutes

02 May, 16:06

    (ANSAmed) - ANKARA, MAY 2 - Turkish transport minister Lutfi Elvan has announced that a high-speed rail link between the capital and Istanbul will be operative starting in mid-May, say local media. The 530-kilometer rail link will halve the time between the countries' two largest cities to three hours and 15 minutes, reports Zaman Online. The inauguration of the line has been postponed twice: it was initially to have opened on October 29 of last year and then in mid-February. (ANSAmed).

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