Minister of Transport, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Lütfi Elvan stated that the traffic density of Istanbul has increased and said: We see. We are doing our Eurasian Tunnel. Our wheeled vehicles will be able to move from Asia to Europe. It's moving fast. We have reached the meter of the thousand 220, but it is not enough. Bin
Istanbul Chamber of Industry (ISO) Council, meeting in October in Turkey's Transportation, Maritime Affairs and Communications Vision With Industry's Competitiveness of our economy and the Importance of Our Future "was realized with the main agenda. Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Lütfi Elvan was the guest of the meeting.
In the program, Lütfi Elvan explained the investments made in the transportation sector since 2002. The success of Turkish Airlines was also captured by private airlines. Elvan, said they will do the same as the privatization of the airlines. Elvan said,, We will go to liberalization in the railway sector and open to privatization. We will see the same high growth performance in the railway sector in the sector as we have achieved a high growth performance like other airlines like Turkish Airlines. We'il all live together. I hope all of you in the coming period, giving service to the development of that sector and will contribute to the development of Turkey. "He said.
Referring to the shortage of Elven road sector, which is Turkey's most traffic, it experienced serious difficulties and speech saying that the Istanbul province experienced a loss when he said:
Iy We must solve and solve the traffic problem of Istanbul. 1,5 million people go back and forth between Asia and Europe. When we look at the capacity of both the Bosphorus and the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge and Marmaray, we can see that it is not at a level that can meet the needs at the moment. We are doing our Eurasian Tunnel. Our wheeled vehicles will be able to move from Asia to Europe. It's moving fast. We've reached a thousand 220 meters, but it's not enough. Bin
Program; The council ended after the questions of the members.