How to realize the dream of Şanlıurfa Rail System

How to realize the dream of Şanlıurfa Rail System
It is stated that the cost of the rail system thought to be on the Osmanbey Campus route will cost about 450 million TL. Şanlıurfa Municipality of Turkey's most indebted municipalities located at the "Rail" project will examine how life?

Recently, a press release about the rail system, which makes a press release, the heads of the Private Public Buses, 20 km rail cost of the system cost as high as 450 million TL, he said.
This project is a project that requires high cost. When the prices of the land competed with metropolitan cities such as Istanbul, the lowest cost per km, the cost of the rail system of the 20 km osmanbey campus is 450 million TL.
This project is supposed to be a major funding source for this moment Turkey's most indebted municipality in which the municipality is located in Sanliurfa for how and where to implement will provide you with what. Another problem is that X 9. Development plan, rail system projects, alternative public transportation systems are insufficient, the system for the opening of the system to be put into operation for the year the peak hour travel demand will be planned in the corridors expected to occur at the level of minimum 15 passenger transport. ”Item is included.
In order for this investment to be allowed, the hourly passenger demand on the route, which is thought to be established by the rail system, should be 15 thousand in total. However, the total population of the Osmanbey Campus, which is planned to be established by the rail system, is 15 bin. In the near term, a serious increase in the population of this settlement cannot be considered. Because there is no development permit in the areas above and below the 20 km road.
On the weekends of Osmanbey route, passenger transport requests are reduced by% 80. In addition, the 3 monthly summer holiday is added to this period, in total 5 is a long period of time, such as monthly.
For years, the rail system project is constantly on the agenda, but the project is not under construction. The idea of ​​a rail system has nothing to do with reality.
Official data of the planning of our province is expected to be Turkey's largest xnumx.şehr In the 2020 cities next 5 in the annual plan perspective satellite cities TOKI We can say, Karaköprü, Osmanbey and these regions with urban renewal and planning which will be established in the region Yenice will connect the "Rail" It should be planned.

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In the long run, we listed the things to be done. However, what we should do now, when we start Osman Bey Campus, the most important problem is the direct line of TOKİ-Osman Bey, Karaköprü-Osman Bey direct line, Eyyübiye-Osman Bey lines are informal.
When public transport was in the private sector, 4 was used in each of these lines. After these vehicles were transferred to Belsan Inc., these lines were eliminated. These lines are made to go to Osmanbey by making a single payment.
In each of his speeches, we would like to ask if our rector who brought the rail system to the 10 year after year has made a request to the municipality for these lines?
Belsan does not run a bus on these lines due to the fact that it does business in making money not in the service logic of the company. We've made a press release on this issue many times, but didn't listen.
As a result, the Municipality of Fakıbaba has carried out public transport. We are in a chaos environment where 24 does not know what they are doing with a monthly loss of 40 million TL and a loss of TL 2 a month.
Last month, tradesmen and members of the 200 solution to solve the problems of the solution to the municipality was rejected without even a negotiation. This chaos will continue until the next metropolitan municipality will arrive in the next 10 month.

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