Ankara suburban railway
|Sincan-Kayaş Commuter Line|
A train waiting to depart Central Station
|Opened||1892 (as rail line)
|Rolling stock||E14000 EMUs, E23000 EMUs|
|No. of tracks||3 (Sincan-Gazi)
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)
The Sincan-Kayaş Commuter Line or the Ankara Suburban Railway (Turkish: Sincan-Kayaş Banliyö Hattı) is the name of the commuter service between Sincan and Kayaş in Ankara. The line is owned and operated by the Turkish State Railways.
The portion of the rail line from Ankara Station to Sincan was completed in 1892, and a few trains ran daily on it. It was not until TCDD took over the line that a few suburban trains were put into service. Original service was by a steam engine locomotive, pulling up to 3 cars. In 1972, the line was electrified, and the E14000 units were put into service.
- Motor Mahallesi
- Gazi Mahallesi
- Ankara Railway Station
- Yenişehir (transfer to: Sıhhiye station of Ankara Metro: M1 line)
- Kurtuluş (transfer to: Ankara Metro: Ankaray (A) line)
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