Liberalization of Turkey Gul has approved the Law on Railway Transport

Liberalization of Turkey Gul has approved the Law on Railway Transport

President Abdullah Gul, Turkey "Law on the Liberalization of Railway Transport" u approved.

With the law, TCDD is restructured as a railway infrastructure operator, and TCDD Tasimacilik AS is established by leaving the units related to the train operation.

According to the law, TCDD will serve as a railway infrastructure operator on the part of the state-owned railway infrastructure transferred to it.

In case of demand for the construction of the tension line, the immovable properties required shall be expropriated by TCDD and the easement right shall be established in favor of the requestor.
Public legal entities and companies can be authorized by the Ministry to build their own railway infrastructure, to be a railway infrastructure operator on this infrastructure, and the railway train operator on the national railway infrastructure network.

TCDD Tasimacilik AS legal entity kazanThe personnel to be transferred to TCDD Taşımacılık AŞ and the towed and towed vehicles used in the services related to freight and passenger transportation will be determined by the TCDD Board of Directors within one year after the date of departure.

Staff, staff and positions, tools, equipment and devices will be deemed to have been transferred to TCDD Taşımacılık AŞ.

According to the law, TCDD employees will be paid an extra retirement bonus if they retire. The right to a pension from those employed in TCDD kazanRetirement bonuses for those who apply within a month will be paid with 25 percent for those who have three years left for their retirement due to the age limit, 30 percent for those who are more than three years and less than five years from age limit retirement, and 40 percent for those who stay five years or more from age limit retirement. .

Retired personnel will not be able to be employed in TCDD and TCDD Tasimacilik AS within 5 years from the date of retirement.

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