The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure has confirmed that the high-speed train project between Ankara and Sivas is almost complete and will be inaugurated in a matter of weeks. The new high-speed train between the Turkish capital and the Anatolian city of Sivas, in central-eastern Turkey, will travel at 250 km/h, reducing to just 2 hours a journey that currently takes more than 6 hours by road and 12 hours by train. The new line will have 8 stations located along a 406 kilometer route.
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When Monica finished her business degree, she had the idea to celebrate it travelling: that’s how she ended up visiting Turkey, and she liked it so much… that she decided to stay and live there! And she is still there, reporting from the city of Bursa on the latest news about the interesting Turkish economy.