Turpcu, Railways in the government is not successful: CHP Zonguldak Deputy Serifettin Turpcu, Transport, Maritime and Communications Minister Binali Yildirim `s visit to Zonguldak found.
Turpcu `s press consulting through the descriptions as follows:
The Rehabilitation and Signaling of Irmak-Karabük-Zonguldak Railway Line Project, which was constructed within the scope of the Transport Operational Program together with the EU
Zonguldak-Karabük Transportation, Shipping and Communications Minister Binali Yildirim Zonguldaka is coming to the service. I would like to thank them for the invitation they sent to me, but I am the supervisor of Balıkesir because of my party duty.
de bulunduğum için bu davete katılamıyorum. Bakanların ZonguldakWelcome to Mr. Minister. We care about all kinds of investments that will be made in Zonguldaka and all kinds of activities that will contribute to the development and development of our city. We are also ready to give them every possible support in these matters.
We care and support the railway projects for the development of our country in the field of transportation. We see that the AKP has made an effort in this direction.
However, we need to show that the opening ceremony to be held today is related to only one improvement and that even the tunnel sections do not change. The government should take the first years of the Republic, and the strength of the railway networks, which are the preference of developed countries, should be revealed. Compared to the 1923 km between 1950-3.764 and 2002-2014 between 1.759-XNUMX, the figures clearly show that there is no success story as claimed by power on railways.
The Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications is the head of the ministries that the government uses as the most propaganda material. The Ministry is expected to use the public resources allocated to it in a balanced, economical manner and in accordance with the legislation. Therefore, it is important that investments are distributed evenly across the country, not only in terms of whether they invest. Budgets should be divided into real places and designed in a way that the public can follow. This is a requirement of a transparent state understanding.
When we look at Zonguldak, we see that power doesn't give the necessary importance and doesn't make enough contribution in transportation investments. The infrastructure of Zonguldak is still incomplete, the airport is in a state where air transportation is not provided, Black Sea Region
nin İç Anadolu BölgesiAlthough this is the closest port city, this potential cannot be adequately evaluated.
The Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications has to take the necessary measures and measures related to injuries and injuries caused by traffic accidents caused by the lack of road infrastructure in Zonguldak. For the same reasons Zonguldaklılar suffer from loss of fuel, time and labor. Urgent measures should be taken to end this situation and complete road infrastructure. Mr. Minister, we expect Zonguldak to explain the reasons for not being able to complete the road infrastructure of our city and the lack of sufficient contribution of the government to this end, and to explain which emergency measures are planned to complete the road infrastructure.
Zonguldaka on the Ministry's website
Ulaşım ve İletişim 2003-2015 Zonguldaka data is not enough additions. To give an example, it is stated that the Ereğli-Devrek Road is planned to be completed in 2016. But we also know that AKP Zonguldak deputies will be finalized in 2018. Where should we take this date seriously? In addition, Filyos Port's infrastructure tender process is still ongoing. We ask Mr. Minister to explain when this project will be implemented. These issues prevent the development of Zonguldak. As Zonguldak, we want to share more than the general budget, we demand what we deserve. It is the duty of the government to make these investments. These investments are essential to facilitate the lives of our people as a basic need and to increase industrial investments in the region and to develop trade, tourism and logistics.