İzmir Metropolitan Municipality announced that the reason for not starting tram projects is not due to deficiencies or deficiencies, but rather to be taken from abroad to be cheaper and borrowing time to be evaluated for longer loan opportunities. The statement also noted that the Transport Master Plan will be defeated by the X 5 yearly revision obligation Açık.
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, Mansion and Karşıyaka and that the approval of the General Directorate of Economic Sectors and Coordination (formerly the General Directorate of SPO) is expected for this reason. The Metropolitan Municipality announced that the Transportation Master Plan will be renewed, not because it is “inaccurate, but because it needs to be revised every 5 once a year.
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality said in a statement:
'All institutions and organizations that will make rail system project within the boundaries of the country are obliged to have their projects approved by the General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments (formerly DLH) under the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications. When it is preferred to carry out the project with external credit, this time, the General Directorate of Economic Sectors and Coordination (formerly SPO) affiliated to the Ministry of Development should be included in the investment program and the Undersecretariat of Treasury should give permission.
Pay attention to the evaluation criteria!
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality's Mansion and Karşıyaka tram projects have been approved by the General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments and can be realized with own funds or domestic loans. We would like to thank Mr. Binali Yıldırım, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications and Mr. Y. Metin Tahan, General Manager, for this approval. 2.6.2011 and Konak Tramway has been approved Karşıyaka Since the approval of 21.3.2012 tram, Mr. Binali Yıldırım has made great efforts to include these projects in the investment program by the Ministry of Development. However, this approval has not been realized so far.
The reason why we do not start the tramway projects is that we prefer to evaluate the credit facilities that are less expensive than the ones that are not inconvenient or short-term. We need the approval of the General Directorate of Economic Sectors and Coordination and the Treasury to enable us to use this external loan.
While the evaluation criteria of the two institutions of the state should be the same, we present all this process to the public's discretion.
The renewal of the Master Plan of Transportation is not due to any errors or deficiencies, but because of the fact that 5 revises once a year. The current plan revised in 2007 will be revised at the end of 2012. Our tender preparations are about to be completed. Bu
İZMİR KONAK TRAMVAY PROJECT:
(Between Fahrettin Altay and Halkapınar; 19 stops, 21 vehicles and 12,7 km long)
After the Konak tram application projects were completed by İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, an application was submitted to the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments (DLH) for approval of the project report, technical drawings album and feasibility study on 03.09.2010. The project was approved on 02.06.2011.
In order to be included in the investment program, 07.06.2011, 24.11.2011, 30.12.2011 and 10.05.2012, respectively, were submitted to the Ministry of Development, General Directorate of Economic Affairs and COORDINATION (formerly SPO General Directorate).
İZMİR KARŞIYAKA TRAMVAY PROJECT:
(Between Alaybey and Mavisehir; 15 stops, 17 vehicles and 10 km length)
An application was submitted to the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments (DLH) on 03.09.2010, 04.03.2011 and 14.06.2011 to approve the project report, technical drawings album and feasibility study, and the projects Approved by the General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments of the Ministry of Communication.
In order for the project to be included in the investment program, no written response has been given by the Ministry of Development, General Directorate of Economic Relations and COORDINATION.
The General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments, which has approved the two projects, found that the Konak Tramvay Project was sufficient for the target year in the Transportation Master Plan (15.522 Passenger / Direction / Hour / Hour) and considered the feasibility study of this section as well as the route project.
Karşıyaka The tram was also envisaged and approved as a feasible project with sufficient passenger transport.