Bozüyük YHT railway station

Bozüyük HSR station, short for Bozüyük High Speed Rail station, (Turkish: Bozüyük YHT Garı short for Bozüyük Yüksek Hızlı Tren Garı) is a railway station on the Ankara–Istanbul high-speed railway just south of Bozüyük, Turkey. The station opened on 25 July 2014, along with the Eskişehir-Istanbul portion of the high-speed railway and is for the moment one of three railway stations in Turkey to be dedicated to high-speed rail. Bozüyük YHT has three tracks served by two platforms and two tracks in the middle for passing trains.

Express train
TCDD high-speed rail station
LocationYediler Mh., Kovalca Cd.,
11300 Bozüyük/Bilecik, Turkey
Coordinates39°52′49″N 30°02′35″E / 39.880234°N 30.043061°E / 39.880234; 30.043061Coordinates: 39°52′49″N 30°02′35″E / 39.880234°N 30.043061°E / 39.880234; 30.043061
Owned byTCDD
Line(s)Ankara–Istanbul high-speed railway
Platforms2 (1 side platform, 1 island platform)
Structure typeAt-Grade
Disabled accessYes
Architectural styleModernism
Opened25 July 2014[1]
Preceding station   TCDD Taşımacılık   Following station
Yüksek Hızlı Tren
toward Ankara
toward Konya

Prior to the opening of the high-speed railway, the now indefinitely closed Bozüyük station, located in the center of the town, was serviced by many trains running from Istanbul to Ankara and points beyond. This older railway station is expected to re-open to passenger traffic, once the construction of the Marmaray commuter rail system in Istanbul is finished and Intercity train services resume.

Station LayoutEdit

G Ground level Exit/entrance, parking, buses
Platform level
Platform 1, doors will open on the right  
Track 3 Yüksek Hızlı Tren toward Istanbul
Track 1 Yüksek Hızlı Tren toward Istanbul, does not stop here
Track 2 Yüksek Hızlı Tren toward Ankara or Konya, does not stop here
Track 4 Yüksek Hızlı Tren toward Ankara or Konya
Platform 2, doors will open on the left or right  
Track 5 Yüksek Hızlı Tren toward Ankara or Konya


  1. ^ "Eskişehir - Istanbul high speed line opened". Railway Gazette International. 25 July 2014.

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