2 in Kony. stage tram project 5 to be completed in the year
According to the Tenth Development Plan, the urban rail system in Turkey, 455 kilometers in length from 2018 will be increased to 787 kilometers.
In the New Plan Period, 2nd stage tram projects are expected to be completed in Konya. The ratio of the municipal population served by the wastewater treatment plant to the total municipal population will be increased from 62 percent to 80 percent The recycling rate of packaging waste will increase from 50 percent to 56 percent, and the rate of municipal population utilizing landfill will increase from 60 percent to 85 percent. . SUKAP was launched in 2011 in order to provide funds to municipalities with urgent but insufficient funding for drinking water and sewerage projects. For the 2 thousand 392 drinking water and sewerage projects included in the program, 2011 billion TL was allocated from the central government budget in the 2013-1,4 period. The ratio of the municipal population to the total population, which benefited from 2006 percent of landfill in 34 in the field of solid waste, was 2012 percent in 60. As of 2012, the number of regular storage facilities in the facility is 69, of which 903 million people are served in 44,5 municipalities.
During the Ninth Development Plan period, the rail system projects planned in Adana, Antalya, Bursa, Gaziantep, Istanbul, Izmir, Kayseri and Samsun were completed and put into operation. While the length of the lines completed in this period was 185 kilometers, the length of the lines under construction has reached 145 kilometers. Over 700 million passengers are transported annually with the operating rail system lines. Esenboğa rail system with Kızılay-Çayyolu, Batıkent-Sincan and Tandoğan-Keçiören metro projects in Ankara during the plan period, Üsküdar-Ümraniye, Otogar-Bağcılar, Aksaray-Yenikapı, Bakırköy-Beylikdüzü, Şişhane-Yenikapı, Kartal-Kaynarca , Kabataş-Mahmutbey, Bakırköy-Kirazlı metro, traffic management system in İzmir, development of sea transportation, Üçyol-F. Konak and Altay metro Karşıyaka The tram, 3rd stage in Bursa, 2nd and 3rd stage light rail system in Kayseri, 3rd stage in Gaziantep and 2nd stage tram in Konya are expected to be completed.
Here are some of the 2018 targets for urban infrastructure:
- The ratio of the population of the municipalities served by the sewer network to the total municipal population will be increased from 2018 percent to 88 percent in 95.
- The ratio of the municipal population served by the wastewater treatment plant to the total municipal population will increase from 62 percent to 80 percent.
-The recycling rate of packaging wastes is aimed to increase from 50 percent to 56 percent, the municipal population utilizing landfill from 60 percent to 85 percent, and urban rail system length from 455km to 787km.
- “Investments for alternative transportation types such as pedestrians and bicycles will be encouraged”
According to the plan, some of the policies to be followed between 2014-2018 are as follows:
- “All of the drinking and potable water needs of the settlements will be met, water loss and leakage will be prevented, existing networks will be improved and the use of healthy and environmentally friendly materials will be expanded.
-The drinking and utility water will be provided to the grid in accordance with the required quality and standards in all settlements.
- Sewage and wastewater treatment infrastructure will be developed in the cities and reuse of treated wastewater will be encouraged.
- Investments and practices for alternative transportation types such as bicycles and bicycles will be encouraged.
- Buses, metrobus and similar systems will be preferred by taking into consideration the traffic density and travel demand developments in the public transport. Rail system alternatives will be evaluated on the routes where these are insufficient.
- The existing and planned urban rail system projects of the metropolitan municipalities will be planned to be integrated into the railway main lines, urban logistics centers, intercity bus terminals, airports and other modes of transport passing through the city centers.