IN 2023, APPROXIMATELY 70 MILLION PASSENGERS ARE GOING TO TRAVEL WITH YHT. TERMINALS ARE GOING TO BE REORGANIZED.
With the opening of YHT lines, it is expected to transport 70 million passengers yearly in 2023. It is also expected that 30 million passengers are going to be traveling through Ankara as their transit stop yearly due to the structure of YHT lines that centers around Ankara as the transit stop.
YHT terminals are being built in order to meet the needs of the passengers due to the growing demand for the trips with YHT. Generally, YHT terminals are being organized to meet every possible need of the passengers and all of the buildings and facilities are being equipped with ramps, elevators, and such to assist disabled passengers.
For instance, Ankara YHT Terminal: It is planned to serve at first 20 thousand and in the near future 50 thousand passengers daily. In addition, “West YHT Terminal” is going to be built in order to have the passengers, which are coming from the West where the population grows increasingly, to get off and on the trains before reaching the Ankara Terminal. Another YHT terminal is being built in Eskişehir, which is the most important terminal of the Ankara-İstanbul YHT line, with a number of 15 million passengers yearly.
Additionaliy, YHT terminals are going to be built in Bilecik, Bozüyük, Arifiye, Sapanca, Pamukova, Osmaneli, Elmadağ, Kırıkkale, Yerköy, Yozgat, Sorgun, Akdağmadeni, Yıldızeli, Central Konya, İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport, Kartal Locality, Söğütlüçeşme, Bursa, Yenişehir, Afyon, Uşak, İzmir, Kayseri, Eşme, Manisa, Salihli, and Turgutlu.
YHT terminals that are built to meet every need of the passengers and in airport standards are going to be the center of attention wherever they are located.