Saka evaluated İZBAN's Bergama project

Saka evaluated İZBAN's Bergama project: Adnan Saka, Chairman of the Board of Aliağa Chamber of Commerce, evaluated the Bergama project of İZBAN at the meeting held in Aliağa District of İZMİR.
Aliağa Chamber of Commerce Chairman of the Board Adnan Saka also referred to the railway project planned to pass through, Torbalı-Aliaga İZBAN line reminded the project of extension of Bergama. According to the current project of TCDD, Saka said that the train and high speed train will pass in the middle of the district. S In case of realization of the project, the railway will divide Aliağa into two and we will face many problems. Development in Aliağa is taking place towards Güzelhisar. At this point, parallel to the developments, it is necessary to act by considering population growth, industrialization and housing. In this context, if the Bergama railway project is realized, our district will be divided completely in the middle and will be troubled when we cross the street. In the last five years, the population of the city increased by one thousand people 17, with the introduction of giant investments in the near future, considering that the population will increase rapidly in the near future will divide the city will prevent the development of the railroad Aliaga'nın. I think that the authorities should act together in this project, which will determine the future of the district by taking the opinions of the local elements. For this reason, I think that the project will be more useful to the district by taking the project again.

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