Binali Yıldırım, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, said, “The metro works continue in Ankara. The Kızılay-Çayyolu line and Batıkent-Sincan metro will be put into service at the end of 2013. 1 million 200 thousand people will be moved. Tandogan-Keçiören line will be completed in 2014. ”The Minister, who tried to come to the agenda with his actions rather than political polemics, gave the good news for the routes that have been waiting for the metro in Ankara for years.
The most talked about investments in the Ministry in the beginning were the issues that are being discussed.
Here are some lines of Lightning's explanations;
- upgrading of Turkey's notes, finance interest rates mean more investment will be made for more favorable conditions.
- Turkey, forming the country ceased to be employed by the state. The private sector makes up 70% of the investments and the public sector makes 30%. Our investments are investments that pave the way for investors.
- If we didn't build split roads, traffic wouldn't be moving. There are still problems in some places. There are agglomeration on holidays. Double roads are insufficient in the city entrances and exits.
- Zafer Regional Airport between Uşak-Kütahya-Afyonkarahisar will be opened in November.
- Bingol, Sirnak airports will end at the end of this year. The terrorist organization does not want the development of that region.
- THY-Lufthansa merger. I think the offer came from them.
- Izmit Bridge will be the longest bridge in the world. About 3700 meters metre
- The official opening of Marmaray will be held on 29 October next year.
Opening of Taxi to Pedestrians
- There will be some problems in the opening of Taksim to pedestrians. The work continues, will be completed in two stages.
High Speed Trains
- We will keep our promise in high speed train projects and finish on time. Work continues on the Ankara-Bilecek-Bursa-Izmit-Istanbul line. Ankara-Afyonkarahisar-İzmir line will be completed in 2017. Work on the Ankara-Yozgat-Erzincan line is also ongoing.
Metro works are under way in Ankara. The Red Crescent-Çayyolu line and the Batıkent-Sincan subways will be put into service at the end of 2013. 1 million 200 thousand people to be moved. Tandoğan-Keçiören line will be completed at 2014.