Yusuf Sünbül: Urban Traffic and Light Rail Systems

The traffic problem of cities is discussed in various platforms, solutions are proposed, the pros and cons of the projects are revealed, the costs are calculated and the activities are realized at the end or the projects are canceled. Local administrations determine the costs in this regard; they must prioritize the living standards of the people of the city. While many large investments in many projects bring with them other problems and lead people to live in difficult conditions, the values ​​of the services made cannot gain meaning.

It is necessary for metropolitan municipalities to expand the horizon of service areas and to provide new and high quality services. In many cities, while addressing the issues in provincial and municipal councils, the broader solution proposals and the planned projects should be oriented towards the future, and if they will bring problems that are difficult to come up with in the future, there is no point in wasting the billion dollar investments.

One of the priorities of public transport, Rayli Sites should include modern systems that will make sense of the means of transportation that will discourage people from their individual transportation habits. When planning city plans, rail transportation routes should be studied very well, and it should not be impossible to make the unforgivable areas of road traffic impossible, because it is known that in many cities Tram lines have paralyzed the city traffic and narrowed them in such a way that they do not meet the increasing number of vehicles. Routes should be easy to access to places where public needs can be met, transfer points and connection points must be determined carefully. When people are experiencing current parking problems, parking spaces should not be searched, and public transport should be mandatory instead of driving in city traffic when necessary.

If the services are planned and high quality, the people will make their choice in the best way, the beauty of living in big cities will gain meaning. Not to be served, but to serve to add value to the service, some people should not be persecuted because of political polemics.

I hope local governments; listens to the words of those who deserve their services. At the EURASIA RAIL Rail Systems Fair to be held at the beginning of March, solutions in this direction will be produced and the activities of the private sector will gain importance with the cooperation of the public sector.


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