It is More Appropriate to Build a Monorail in Malatya Instead of Trambus

It is More Convenient to Monorail Instead of Trambus in Malatya: Independent Industrialists and Businessmen Association (MÜSİAD) Malatya Branch listened to the candidates of the Mayor of the Nationalist Movement Party.
Members of MUSIAD Malatya Branch, MHP Malatya Metropolitan Municipality Candidate Assoc. Dr. Fikret Sinasi KazanHe listened to the projects of MHP Yeşilyurt Merkez District Mayor Candidate Vahdettin Mumcu.
MUSIAD Malatya Branch Speaking at the meeting MUSIAD Malatya Branch President Mehmet Balin, olan Leadership qualifications, an exemplary community, effective decision-making process, a visionary mayor should be in office. He must be determined, knowledgeable and successful. The person who will be the mayor needs to have a productive intelligence. It should aim to move forward instead of protecting the current taş.
Balin, knowing the right and law, acting according to the beliefs of a management want to express, "the provincial of our city at every stage of the work to be done in consultation with civil society organizations we want a management," he said.
“MALATYA HAS GROWED BUT NOT DEVELOPED”
MHP Malatya Metropolitan Mayor Candidate Assoc. Dr. Fikret Sinasi KazanNoting that they have an understanding of management that improves Malatya, Cioğlu said, “We have to be honest and moral, our virtues will be something else. "There will be a government that can take responsibility from the situation, appeal, seek the rights of Malatya, and leave Malatya not to grow but to develop," he said.
KazanNoting that Malatya has not developed despite its growth, cıoğlu said, “There is a lot to do in Malatya. Unfortunately, Malatya has grown but not developed. Growing and developing are two different things. Not all growth is good. Imagine that cancer cells grow and life ends. For him, development is the main thing. Bridges and roads are of course very important, but meeting and protecting Malatya's brands means development. Malatya has lost its fame. I am sad to see these. Malatya counts on its place in every sense.”
“TRANSPORTATION IN MALATYA HAS BEEN PURPOSE”
Expressing that transportation has become a goal in Malatya, Kazan“A city has reasons for preference. In one city you can sit for residence, in the second you can sit for work, in the third you can sit for education, and in the fourth you can sit for rest. But in order to be able to do all these, the means of transportation must be good. Transportation is a means, not an end. In Malatya, getting rid of being a means of transportation has become a goal.”
KazanStating that the people of Malatya mentioned the traffic as the first problem, Cioğlu said, “Transportation is not an insoluble problem. Malatya has very serious problems regarding both urban and public transportation and parking lots. The cruise time in the city is very long. One-way traffic, no left and right turns. We cannot live in such traffic. Such traffic does not make us comfortable. Unfortunately, there is no public transportation in Malatya. There are public transportation projects in the place, which is known as a ring road but not a ring road. If the trambus tender is at a point of return, we will return quickly. I talked about the monorail project. Monorail may be a little high in cost. But the most comfortable solution for Malatya is Monorail. The monorail won't divide below. It will not divide the city into two and the traffic will continue down there," he said.
Stating that they will make Cost Benefit Analysis regarding the North and South ring road, “The North and South ring road has been mentioned for years. Malatya needs to get rid of the East-West, that is, one-way axis and move towards the North axis. Because Malatya has a single-aisle residential center. In that sense, I think it is not meaningful to bring the ring road to the fore. Cost Benefit Analysis will be done. After this analysis, the North or South ring road will be decided. ”
“WE WILL BRAND THE RAILWAY”
KazanStating that the city was divided into two by the railway, Cioglu said:
“In Malatya, the railway divides the city into two. It is possible to take the road as a workaround, but the fast train is mentioned. If a high-speed train arrives, I am not talking about taking the railway on a road horse, but about shifting. We will bring Yazlak-Dilek stations together and bring them to the level of Battalgazi station. On the edge of the dam, we will take the railroad from there parallel to the coastal road. We will save the city from dividing it in two. Because the city has to grow. We have to enlarge the city towards the North axis.

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