Soydan YHT route with CHP Faulty: CHP Canakkale deputy Serdar Soydan, High Speed Railway line due to errors in the selection of hundreds of migratory birds are the waste, he said.
CHP Çanakkale Deputy, Parliamentary Commission CHP Group SözcüSerdar Soydan said that hundreds of migratory birds were lost because of mistakes in the selection of the High Speed Line.
CHP Çanakkale deputy Serdar Soydan made a written statement and reported that the YHT, which made a voyage on the Ankara-Istanbul route, was a life-threatening threat to the Migratory Birds. Soydan, who noted that the errors in the route determination caused deaths on the migration routes of birds, criticized the statement made by TCDD officials.
Ankara-Eskişehir between 1 20 hours in the first year YHT'nin hit by more birds swarm, it started to decline now, because the birds began to change the way the migration of the TCDD claiming that the ways of believing that the alleged Soydan, gave the following statements in his statement:
Ecek Using this path, people who are not capable of sharp maneuvering and unlucky birds will continue to die on that train line. 30-40 year after the migratory bird population here, and other migrants who use the migration path that can save itself from the rapidly evolving physical evolution will survive the birds. The evolution of living things, their adaptation to new living conditions is not simple enough to take place in the process starting from such high-speed trains. That train will hit those birds, and those birds will continue to die. This is unfortunately not a very abnormal thing in today's world. But it is the abnormal authorities trying to deceive the public in this way. Birds do not change their own migration routes. Many airports around the world, high-speed train lines are using different technologies to remove birds from the lines. With these applications varying according to the types of birds, both man-made vehicles are prevented from damaging birds and possible accidents are prevented. The relevant ministry and TCDD should immediately carry out a risk assessment where the birds are heavily located. Trains can be covered with barriers, so it is possible to prevent possible bird deaths and accidents. Bur
Soydan added that he would raise the issue concerning nature and life in order to be able to investigate it when it is opened.