Transportation Does Not Cut Speed ​​in the Next Year

Transport is not cutting speed in the next year: Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, 2014 mileage divided by 1075, 950 mileage single-platform road, 4 thousand 373 will make MCC / kilometers to be adjusted Nearly 2 bin, which does not have electronic communication infrastructure in East and Southeast Anatolia regions, and 500 settlements with no mobile coverage area will be covered - Works related to railway connection of Çandarlı Port will be started - TURKSAT 4B satellite will be sent into space - Mobile applications, software and games work to support information technologies will be carried out.
Marmaray, 3G, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, High-Speed ​​Train lines, which carry out many projects in the first place, the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, affiliated, relevant and related institutions will continue to work at the full speed next year.
According to the information of the AA correspondent, 2014 1075 mileage divided road, 950 mileage single-platform road, average daily heavy vehicle traffic on the vehicle with a thousand vehicles until the end of next year the total 4 thousand 373 mileage will be carried out or renewal of the BSK.
The works of Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, which has been accepted as the “giant investment” and its foundation has been laid, will continue at full speed next year. The foundation of the third airport to be built in Istanbul will also be laid. The Air Transportation General Survey will also be launched in 163, where the total traffic at the airports is expected to increase to 2014 million passengers.
Logistics Master Plan integrated with transportation types and corridors, logistics centers and other logistics activities will be prepared and implemented. In this context, so as to move the guidance in the selection for logistics centers, alternative maps showing Turkey's transport transportation corridors to be removed.
2 bin 350 speedometer guardrail
The use of Traffic Electronic Control Systems (TEDES) will be integrated with Intelligent Transport Systems in line with the objective of reducing the deaths due to traffic accidents in the Highway Traffic Safety Strategy and Action Plan with a percentage of 50. In this context, the number of electronic inspection systems will be increased next year between cities and cities. Thus, electronic monitoring systems will be expanded in order to monitor and facilitate the flow of traffic and to ensure deterrence in compliance with the rules. It will complete the pilot study of Vehicle Identification System (AKSİS) in order to establish vehicle communication with electronic systems in highway network, increase efficiency in traffic inspections and information activities, obtain more reliable information on road use and ensure standardization of vehicle license plates and effective traffic and public safety.
Next year, the 130 signaling intersection will be improved with the 100 crash land point and the 2 bin 350 mile guardrail construction and repair will be carried out, especially on the divided roads. 25,7 million square meters horizontal marking on highways and 160 thousand square meters vertical sign plate to be renewed. Within the scope of activating the weight controls, the installation of the new roadside inspection station will be completed and the number of stations will be increased and the 23 million vehicle will be inspected.
High-speed train networks will continue to be built
Ankara-Ankara-Sivas, Ankara-Afyonkarahisar-Izmir, Ankara-Konya and Istanbul-Eskisehir-Antalya corridors in the center of the high-speed train network, 393 kilometers-long Ankara-Sivas and 167 kilometers long Ankara (Polatli) -Afyonkarahisar high-speed train lines 2014 will continue in.
The construction of Adapazarı-Karasu Port Railway Connection Line will continue. Work on the railway connection of Çandarlı Port, which is still under construction, will begin. The logistic center construction within the scope of the İzmir Kemalpaşa Organized Industrial Zone railway connection line will be completed. Construction of Bursa-Yenişehir railway will continue and rail connections will be provided to the OIZs and automotive factories in the region.
Mobile subscriber density will reach 90 percent
Turksat, Turkey's Turksat 4B satellites in parallel with the policy of increasing its weight in the global satellite communications market in both television broadcasting next year to be used for data communication to be sent into space.
Within the scope of the activities of the Information and Communication Technologies Authority, the Law on Regulation of Electronic Commerce and the Law on the Protection of Personal Data in accordance with the Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data and the Preservation of Personal Data through electronic systems that will ensure the protection of the fundamental rights and freedoms of the persons with their physical and spiritual existence. preparatory work to be completed.
In order to develop and commercialize digital content, studies will be carried out to support mobile applications, software and information technologies services, especially games. Activities to improve Turkish content on the Internet in terms of quantity and quality and to be accessible will continue. For SMEs to benefit from cloud computing technologies, intermediary activities will be developed between service providers and service recipients. Studies on incentives and arrangements for the development of e-commerce domestically and for increasing exports through this channel will be carried out.
Tariff next to the base station
Digital and digital terrestrial broadcasts will be continued in parallel and analog terrestrial broadcasts will be terminated in 2015 at the latest.
In the 2014 year, 10 will grow to 18,6 billion dollars and the information technology market will reach 10 billion dollars with 12 growth. Next year, mobile phone subscriber density is estimated to be 90 and broadband subscriber density will be 45.
By the end of next year, there will be approximately 2 thousand settlements with no electronic communication infrastructure, most of them in Eastern and Southeastern Anatolia, and approximately 500 settlement with no mobile coverage.
All kinds of base stations, antennas, towers, waveguides, containers and similar tools, equipment and installations used in fixed and mobile communication infrastructure or networks, procedures and principles regarding the placement of these on the immovable properties and the tariffs to be applied for placing these on the immovables will be determined.
In order to ensure international cooperation in the effective fight against cybercrime in 2010, the Council of Europe's 185 Convention on Cybercrime, with the aim of protecting the personal data, will be followed by the automatic processing of 108 and 181 contracts.
In the postal sector, the regulation on regulating the rules and procedures regarding the authorization, tariffs and consumer protection, as well as the collection of universal postal service incomes and expenses will be prepared.



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