There is no rail system in Erzurum
The "Light Rail System", which many politicians and mayors have brought to the agenda for Erzurum urban transportation for many years, will no longer be on the agenda.
The second and third stage of many provinces are planned to work and the investment program will be stuck with the system for which Erzurum was dreamed.
According to the urban infrastructure situation analysis in the plan, significant progress has been made in meeting the increasing infrastructure needs due to rapid urbanization, while the need for sustainability and sustainability of service quality is maintained.
While the need for drinking water network construction has decreased, the need for treatment of drinking water has increased, except for the newly opened areas and renovation and maintenance works of existing networks. In 2010, 52 percent of drinking and utility water was treated.
In many cities, especially in metropolitan cities, infrastructure investments such as sub-overpass, tunnel and bridge which increase road vehicle mobilization and traffic electronic control systems such as Traffic Electronic Supervision System have increased the average vehicle speeds in main arteries.
With the 52-kilometer Metrobus Project in Istanbul, a high-volume and fast transportation system was created by bus. Implementations were initiated to increase the share of the seaway and to expand the use of bicycles, and pedestrianization projects were implemented in some city centers.
During the Ninth Development Plan period, the rail system projects planned in Adana, Antalya, Bursa, Gaziantep, Istanbul, Izmir, Kayseri and Samsun, mostly by obtaining external financing, were completed and put into operation. While the length of the lines completed in this period was 185 kilometers, the length of the lines under construction reached 145 kilometers. Over 700 million passengers are transported annually by operating rail system lines.
During the plan period, Esenboğa rail system with Kızılay-Çayyolu, Batıkent-Sincan and Tandoğan-Keçiören metro projects in Ankara, Üsküdar-Ümraniye, Bus Station-Bağcılar, Aksaray-Yenikapı, Bakırköy-Beylikdüzü, Şişhane-Yenikapı, Kartal-Kaynarca , Kabataş-Mahmutbey, Bakırköy-Kirazlı metro, traffic management system in İzmir, development of sea transportation, Üçyol-F. Konak and Altay metro Karşıyaka The tram, 3rd stage in Bursa, 2nd and 3rd stage light rail system in Kayseri, 3rd stage in Gaziantep and 2nd stage tram in Konya are expected to be completed.