Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Mehmet Habib Soluk said, "Mountains and valleys that did not allow access once were not only roads, but under the instructions of our Prime Minister, under the sea became roads with both steel rails and tire tunnels."
During his visit to Kırıkkale Governor Ali Kolat, Soluk stated that they divided the Ankara-Sivas stage into 3 as Ankara-Kırıkkale, Kırıkkale-Yerköy, Yerköy-Sivas within the scope of the High Speed Train (YHT) project and that the tenders between Yerköy and Sivas He noted that the year was built and about 150 kilometers of infrastructure construction was completed here.
In the context of the project within the scope of the 108 km, the tender was expressed Soluk, said:
“The tender is at the evaluation stage. There is no problem between Yerköy and Sivas. There is no problem between Yerköy and Kırıkkale. The tender was also held there, and the evaluations continue. We divided the between Kayaş and Kırıkkale into two. Except for the viaduct, the other tender was made, the process continues. Our colleagues continue to work on the viaduct. In Elmadağ, the viaduct with such a high foot on the YHT route may be the 1st or 2nd in the world. Therefore, technical studies on him continue. I hope that in a short time, if we get his tender, Ankara-Sivas YHT will be completed in 2015. I guess, the people of Kırıkkal should not be in a hurry like waiting for the Ankara-Sivas high-speed train or waiting for Ankara-Kırıkkale. Ankara is considered their neighbor, their neighborhood. If I am not mistaken, the target here is for the people of Kırıkkale to set out for Istanbul, Konya, Sivas, Erzincan, Erzurum, Kars, Tbilisi and Beijing. These will take a little longer. "
- "There is no disruption to the goals we planned for 2012"
This year, the ministry emphasized that there is no disruption in the targets they planned as Soluk, said:
“Our plans and projects continue normally. There is no setback in the targets we planned for 2012. As the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, we will achieve the 2012 targets as we did in the past. Transportation, from 2003 until December 2011, 31. In Turkey, we have 130 billion pounds of investment. Approximately 16-17 billion liras of this was made with the build-operate-transfer model, without using public resources, and the rest with the resources we used from the central budget. The mountains and valleys that were once impassable in transportation were not only roads, but also under the sea with steel rails and tire tunnels with the instructions of our Prime Minister. There is no deviation in our goal. We consider ourselves to be doing something, but we don't know what it looks like from the outside. ”
Governor Ali Kolat expressed his satisfaction with the visit,
“Our 1 projects with a significant amount of 8 billion lira are continuing in Kırıkkale. About 550 million lira of this was spent, ”he said.
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