The station is 395m long and 35m high, will be operated by TCDD Transport, and is built next to Ankara’s existing main station which is still in use by conventional main line and commuter trains.
The station has an area of 194,460m2, and has eight floors which consist of commercial areas, cafes, restaurants, offices, multi-purpose halls, mosques, a 1,910-space car park, and a five-star hotel with 134 rooms.
Around 250 high-speed, passenger, commuter, and freight trains will call at the combined conventional and high-speed station every day, which will become the national hub for Turkey’s growing high-speed network.
We provided consultancy services for technical due diligence and construction progress report for the Ankara High Speed Rail Station Project. We also provided lighting design, pedestrian modelling, fire engineering including CFD analysis.