TCDD 1. Regional Manager Hasan Gedik talked about the 2023 targets of TCDD and gave information about the Marmaray Project. Underlining that the allocated allowance, which was $ 2002 Million in 460, was about $ 2012 Billion in 4,1, Gedik stated that the annual allowance allocated for railways increased 10 times in 10 years. The Ankara-Eskişehir High Speed ​​Train Line, which came into service on March 13, 2009, informs that it has carried 29 million 2012 thousand passengers between the date of its opening on 5 February 284, while the number of passengers increased by 10% with YHT and the share of TCDD, which was 8% before, to 72%. noted that it was rising. Until 2023 the government's program around 10 thousand km YHT and 4 making thousands of conventional lines, railway network Gedik said that 25 thousand 940 kilometers extract, Turkey gave information about the lines will be opened to existing lines and services in general. Speaking of the Marmaray project, Regional Manager Gedik will realize a 151-year dream, transportation between the two sides of the Bosphorus will be 4 minutes and a total of 105 minutes from Gebze. HalkalıHe said that transportation will be provided to. Describing Marmaray as a long-term solution to the transportation problems of Istanbul, Gedik, Gebze - Halkalı He said that there will be a time between 2-10 minutes. Gedik continued his words as follows; “Marmaray will bring long-term solutions to Istanbul's transportation problems. It will have a capacity of carrying 75.000 passengers per hour in each direction and will reduce the effects of vehicle traffic in the old city center. It will reduce the density of existing bridges, but will connect the railway from Europe to Asia and in other directions. It will reduce noise and air pollution in Istanbul (CO2 from land vehicles will decrease) and will shorten the travel time of more than 1 million people every day. ”
IETT General Manager Asst. Assoc. Dr. In his speech, Hayri Baraçlıoğlu gave information about IETT and talked about the projects that were realized and planned to be realized among the past periods and targets. Speaking about the history of IETT that started with the establishment of the Dersaadet Tramway Company in 1989, Baraçlıoğlu explained that it is to organize and supervise the missions of public transportation services to meet and meet needs, to play a balancing role in the sector, and to manage its knowledge in national and international areas. Stating that their aim is to provide cost-effective and sustainable transportation services focused on passenger satisfaction with public and private sector resources. Associate Professor. Baraçlıoğlu briefly mentioned IETT's fleet. 2471 Bus Inc. Emphasizing that they are conducting and controlling the private public bus, Baraçlıoğlu stated that they carried 5,080 or 585 million passengers with 963 buses. Sharing the information that IETT provides service to Istanbul and Istanbul residents with 9 maintenance garages, 5 parking garages and 1 engine renewal unit, Baraçlıoğlu said, “We have a total of 6,249 stops, 4,555 open and 10,804 closed. On Avcılar - Söğütlüçeşme route, we provide transportation services with 315 vehicles for 4 or even 24 hours. Metrobüs received 3 awards from abroad and we have plans to create 500 new bus fleets, of which 1300 were provided. As IETT, we have determined our critical success formula as minimum cost and maximum satisfaction. We do cost management, management development, stakeholder satisfaction and passenger satisfaction practices. ” said.
Süleyman Genç, General Manager of Istanbul City Lines, started his speech on “Vision of Maritime Transport in Public Transport” by stating that the oldest public transport vehicles are the ferries belonging to the city lines, and stated that they remain only as public institutions after the privatization of İDO. Delivering the amount of mass transportation of passengers from the sea in Istanbul as 350 thousand passengers, Genç stated that 150 thousand of it was realized by the City Lines and the rest was done by private vehicles. Stating that the vision of maritime transportation in 2013 and 2014 is 2% or 3% today, Genç said that they lost passengers together with Marmaray and Metrobus in the coming period and this rate will increase even after Marmaray becomes operational. Eagle - Kadıköy Emphasizing that the subway line to be constructed between them will provide a little increase in passenger, Genç said, “If we evaluate the sea transportation in Istanbul as today and tomorrow, 80% of it takes place in a hexagonal area. To count, Üsküdar - Beşiktaş, Kabataş - Kadıköy and Eminönü - Kadıköy These are Haydarpaşa lines. Here in this area, 80% of public transport from the sea takes place. Although Eagle - Kadıköy Although a one-year transportation increase will be achieved with the introduction of the Metro Line, the introduction of Marmaray will reduce the number of passengers by affecting the transportation of this 80% area by 60 to 70%. ” said. Saying that Istanbul City lines have three main arteries in sea transportation, Genç explained these three arteries as the Bosphorus line area, the Golden Horn area associated with Üsküdar and the hexagonal area mentioned earlier. Explaining that the Adalar line is the only area where the potential of the passenger will not decrease as the City Lines maritime transportation, Genç said, “In the 2014-2015 vision, we will not lose much passengers in Beşiktaş-connected and center-connected flights to Adalar, but will be built in the Bosphorus towards the Marmaray, the rubber rail and maybe the 2023 vision. After the bridge has been put into operation, there is no possibility that the maritime transport share will increase. Maybe I would like to share with you my opinion that this numerical data can be increased by making some attractive applications. The sea is a very dynamic area, there will be developments in the North - South area parallel to the growth of Istanbul in the East - West axis. But will the sea's answers parallel to the subject in this framework be in parallel? It is difficult to fully predict it. Rail and road systems are developing in parallel with the subject, but there is no way that maritime transport can respond in parallel. For example; Despite the improvement in the areas between Karaburun and Şile, the sea does not have an environment to answer this issue. This system, which passes air above the water, is a different medium. ” he spoke.

Source: World Bulletin

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