Transport and Infrastructure Minister Cahit Turhan, urgent and priority projects will be postponed to a later date, but the current ones will be accelerated
After President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that some of the projects that were tendered but not started, will be postponed, the eyes were turned into giant projects. Making a statement on the subject, Transport and Infrastructure Minister Cahit Turhan stated that the tenders for the new, urgent and non-priority projects will be postponed to a later date. Turhan said, “Such a decision was made in order to delay the projects we planned to start a little, speed up the existing ones, and use the resources efficiently and effectively. It is aimed to use our existing resources effectively and efficiently. However, it is not valid for some projects. We will speed up our ongoing projects and put them into service as soon as possible. There are highways, railways, airports. It is not right to mention the project name. ”
There have been previous evaluations from other ministers regarding the projects planned to be postponed within the scope of savings. Environment and Urbanization Minister Murat Kurum “Canal Istanbul Project is the most important project for us. Our indispensable projects will be done once, but if there are works to be seen unnecessary, we will know how to stop them. ” Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Dönmez said in a previous statement, “Our friends are also meeting with the Treasury and Finance side. In principle, we agreed to this. They said, 'If our public companies will do it, they can walk if they have their own resources.' "If they can use outsourcing, not their own resources, long-term financing, progress can be made there again." Nothing stuck on us can be seen. ”
PROJECTS CONTINUE IN EACH AREA
2003 Assign divided since revolutionary step in the way of this project together with Turkey's 26 thousand 269 kilometers of divided highway. Work continues on the 2 thousand 23 km road. 2 588 km is expected to be tendered. It is not yet known which of these projects will continue. Works on railway are also continuing. Met with high-speed trains in 2009. Turkey is currently in Ankara, Eskişehir, Konya and Istanbul YHT's lines. Expansion of this type of train network to Afyon, Uşak, İzmir, Bursa, Yozgat, Sivas and Erzincan continues.
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