Cost per person in Konya-Ankara YHT

Konya-Ankara YHT per person cost.Energy Minister Taner Yildiz, Konya-Ankara between the head of the 1.5 TL electricity spent spent per person in YHT. Yildiz said, ”So we are going to Konya by train 400 trains, but the 4 is equivalent to driving. Yıldız
Speaking to journalists in Kayseri, where he went to participate in the holidays, Energy and Natural Resources Minister Taner Yıldız said that when a journalist asked his opinion on the use of public transportation vehicles for energy saving, energy costs could be reduced by choosing public transportation.
Citizens who want to use public transport too Star, said:
“We always say, 'our energy import is 60 billion dollars'. Of this, $ 33 to 35 billion, or more than half, is imports associated with crude oil and its products in the transport sector. So are the tools that each of us use. Vehicles used individually constitute the largest share in this. We use more oil and its products than the natural gas we use. That is why we need to use them as much as possible with multiple and public transportation vehicles. "
Stating that energy costs affect the current deficit, Yıldız concluded:
“We had a program in Konya-Karaman side three days ago. We got there by train. We held our meeting at 07.00:1,5 in the morning. I asked, "How much does each of us cost to transport?" I would like to take this opportunity to thank Binali Yıldırım, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications. Related friends said that we have a cost of going to Konya around 400 lira. In other words, our journey to Konya on a 4-person train is equivalent to only XNUMX vehicles. Therefore, I hope we will choose those trains together when the high-speed train between Ankara and Istanbul opens. We will see that we go to Istanbul at similar prices. Maybe we won't even use planes that much. In this respect, the fact that we travel both in our cities and between cities by public transport means our contribution to the current account deficit.

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