Signature Campaign for Airport and High Speed ​​Train

Signature Campaign for Aydında Airport and High Speed ​​Train: A signature campaign has been launched in Aydın to open Çıldır Airport and to realize the Izmir-Aydın-Denizli High Speed ​​Train Transportation Project.
In Aydın, some non-governmental organizations have announced that a petition campaign has been launched to open Çıldır Airport for passenger transportation and to put the “İzmir-Aydın-Denizli High Speed ​​Train Transport” project into the investment program of the next year.
In the written statement of Aydın Chamber of Commerce, Chairman of Aydın Chamber of Industry, Chamber of Agriculture and the Commodity Exchange, the city will gain metropolitan status as of March next year, considering the commercial opportunities and logistics costs, He stated that the railway should be active.
Ülkken stated that Çıldır Airport in the province should be prepared for the infrastructure that will enable the transfer of our agricultural products with passenger transportation and opened to service, and stated in the statement:
“However, we think that the high-speed train project, which was included in the 2023 plan, should be brought to Aydın by 2014. We started a petition because we received support from our members and the public on both issues. We believe that the people of Aydın will show their sensitivity in this regard by supporting the signature campaign. ”
Adnan Bosnalı, the Chairman of the Aydın Commodity Exchange, whose opinions were included in the statement, said that this is a must for Aydın, guessing that their demands will sound if they collect 100 thousand signatures.
The President of the Aydın Chamber of Industry, Mehmet Yunus Şahin, also wished the campaign to be successful.
It was reported that the signatures collected in the campaign, which was launched in order to open Çıldır Airport for passenger transportation and to put the "İzmir-Aydın-Denizli High Speed ​​Train Transport" project into the investment program of the next year, will be conveyed to the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications.

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