The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) in recent days, media organs and internet media located in the debate, as in the first years of the same Republic of railways from taking charge of government policy and the investment in railways has announced that excited and proud of 32 thousand railwaymen deeply upset.
In the written statement made by TCDD, it was stated that the necessity to make a statement about the discussions in the media and internet media recently appeared.
In the statement, the 1923-1950 period in which the classification of the history of railways, the Ottoman period, the construction of the railway was considered as the state policy and the railway-weighted transportation policy was followed; It was stated that the post-1950 period and railroads where railways were ignored and railways were neglected were made as the post-2003 period.
In the statement, which reminded the words of the Great Leader Atatürk, "Railways are welfare and hope," it was emphasized that the railroaders remembered Atatürk with gratitude and that they saw the Turkish Nation as the ideal goal to live the railway move in the Atatürk period.
In the statement, which stated that the Transportation Master Plan Strategy was prepared with universities and related stakeholders in 2002-2004, it was stated that the construction and development of railways within the framework of this master plan was once again considered as a state policy as in the "early years of the Republic".
In the statement, which TCDD accepted as one of the indispensable strategic goals of the railroad in the country, to implement new technologies, every innovation in its own country and to produce these technologies locally in the process, besides making new roads and developing railway transportation, the following expressions were used:
Our railway length has been calculated since 1856 on a single line, including 1923-1950. Recent information pollution and the course of discussions; It is deeply upsetting 32 thousand railroads who are excited and proud of the fact that railways are treated as state policy and invested in railways just like the first years of the Republic.
We owe a debt of gratitude to everyone who has served this country by laying a railroad, and we owe a debt of gratitude to all those who sincerely support the railways without any prior intent or prior intention in this process. We would also like to thank a columnist for his words, "With the vision of Mustafa Kemal, I want high-speed trains to travel even in the capillaries of my country."
Source : http://www.memurlar.net