Urban Transformation, Transportation and Earthquake Warning from İMO Bursa

Chamber of Civil Engineers Bursa Branch 16. Board of Directors of the Term; held a press conference for the new earthquake regulation, urban transformation, transportation, professional problems of its members and explanations about the construction sector. İMO Bursa Branchnde gerçekleşen basın toplantısına İMO Bursa Şubesi Başkanı Mehmet Albayrak ve yönetim kurulu üyeleri katıldı. Şubatin the ordinary general assembly held at the meeting held with the members of the 2 goals in relation to the year, indicating that Albayrak, the city and the country made important statements on issues that are closely related to the agenda. 2 stated that they will continue to seek solutions to the problems of the city with the understanding of responsibility that has been going on in the past years.


Albayrak, "The biggest innovation brought by our regulation" in our country. and 5th Degreeşeklinde sınıflandırılan deprem bölgelerinin kaldırılmasıdır. Bunun yerine ‘Fay hatlarına olan uzaklıklara Considering the Earthquake Acceleration Values, the principle is set. In other words, the principle of making calculations by taking the earthquake accelerometer records to be obtained by entering the coordinates of the land on which the project will be made has entered our professional life. Albayrak continued as follows: “According to the rules of our new regulation, another important situation is that the land with the worst ground structure (provided that necessary measures are taken) 7.00 mt. It will be possible to build a building not exceeding the altitude. We would also like to point out that the rule of adapting old buildings to the new regulation will cause problems in the construction industry. However, when it comes to life safety, these problems must be endured. In the new regulation, which stipulates the use of the lowest C25 quality concrete, the obligation to use vibrators during concrete pouring is clearly written. The smallest column size is now determined to be 30 cm. "


1980li yıllardan itibaren sanayileşmenin de etkisiyle sürekli göç alan BursaAlbayrak stated that they became obese, bulky, irregular and in need of urgent treatment and that this also required urban transformation. Albayrak said: “Urban transformation; In districts such as Yıldırım, Osmangazi and Gemlik, it should be used to renew the worn out building stock and to minimize the risks in the regions. However, it could not be prevented that the works carried out turned into a means of rent in planned and valuable areas such as Nilüfer district. It had to be passed. In addition to many other factors, there are three important pillars of urban transformation studies, which need to be revealed by passing a long planning phase with common sense: Economic factors, Legal factors and Social factors.


Albayrak continued his explanations as follows: “At the point we have reached, the efforts to solve the problem have turned into a big problem. 19 years since the Gulf earthquake; Although 2012 years have passed since the law numbered 6306 passed in 6, the problem remains in the middle. Steps taken with big dreams; Unfortunately, it is also behind the starting point due to the fact that the process was not set up correctly. Urban transformation should come out of the demolish-build approach. Because, considering the economic situation of our country, it is possible to make all our buildings earthquake resistant by strengthening instead of demolishing and rebuilding. Considering the concept of retrofitting with 60% less cost, it is once again understood that urban transformation studies should be handled with a holistic approach, not on a plot basis, but on an island or a more regional scale. "


Bursanın yakın geçmişte boy gösteren ‘Ulaşım Albayrak, who also made statements about the problem, said, “For a solution, we need to look at the big picture. Other than that, they are palliative solutions and only provide temporary relief. Employment, education, health, etc. that will enable people to live in the city where they were born. Establishing facilities and thus preventing internal migration is the most effective and permanent solution. It should be ensured that citizens benefit from public transportation in a fast, comfortable, cheap and high quality way. Private vehicle entry to the city center should be restricted by pedestrianization. With the system called demand management in transportation, another solution to the extremely high transportation demand experienced in the morning and evening peak hours, by shifting the start and end hours of the peak hour traffic to 07.00-10.00 in the morning and 16.00-20.00 in the evening. In this way, it will be possible to use the capacity of both the rail system, buses, minibuses and service vehicles in the existing public transportation system and the capacity of private vehicles to benefit from the road more effectively and efficiently. Bursa should be saved from being condemned to a single centered settlement center. Currently, the Beginners and Sculpture have the status of a single center. The accumulation in certain centers should be prevented. "


Albayrak ended his words as follows: “Bursaya Bakacaklook here will tell us more than what is said. Distinct urbanization, unique Bursa Plain formed by first class agricultural landsnın gün geçtikçe kaçak inşaatlara kurban gitmesi, şehir içinde kalan sanayi ile hava kirliliğinin her gün biraz daha fazla hissedilmesi, su şehri BursaProblems such as the careless use of surface and underground waters show us that we are where the word ends. How can we pass on the inheritors of the trust left to us by mismanagement? Will we disappear silently, without accountability, with the help of our mistakes? Never. It should not be forgotten: The main thing is not to try to correct the applications, but not to make those mistakes over. This is only possible with education. Now Bursa; it is not known as 'Green Bursa' as it used to be. For this reason, we think that every step to be taken from now on should be taken correctly. "



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