Starting on May 28, high-speed train services will resume in some parts of Turkey after being suspended for two months.
In a written statement, Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoglu said the resumption will see 16 services per day in four routes: Ankara-Istanbul, Ankara-Eskisehir, Ankara-Konya and Konya-Istanbul.
Maintaining the physical distancing rules, the trains will operate with 50 percent capacity and passengers will sit leaving a seat in a row empty. People aged over 65 or under 20 will be required to have travel permit.
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