The crowd in the Ankara metro is on the agenda of the Assembly: The problems experienced in the metro services in the capital Ankara have been brought to the agenda of the Assembly. CHP Group Deputy Chairman Levent Gök stated that the wagons were overcrowded, especially in the morning and at the end of the work, and asked for a solution to this situation.
The problems of Çayyolu and Sincan lines came to the agenda of the Parliament. Levent Gök told Transport and Communications Minister Lütfi Elvan about the problems in the subway during the budget negotiations and said, üt Wagons are stuffy and stuffy Levent. Minister Elvan said, ada 6.5 is currently being carried out once in a minute; but as of the end of January, I hope that the number of 6 and a half minute voyages will go down even further.
In the budget talks held in the General Assembly of the Ministry of Transport in the previous day, the problems of metro lines in Ankara were also brought to the agenda. Speaking at the talks, the Deputy Chairman of the CHP, Levent Gök, addressed the Minister Elvan with the following criticisms:
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Bakan Ankara has a very important problem, Mr. Minister. The metropolitan area of Ankara could not make the subway then the government took over, did. I also thanked here after the opening. Metro was really necessary and was an important need of Ankara; However, Ankara is the only city where a metron that is spent with so much money and labor is probably turned into suffering in the world. People from Sincan, Etimesgut, ring and bus to Çayyolu metro bring people to the last station. The population of Çayyolu is very intense. In the main station, it was almost impossible to ride the metro at peak times and especially because the ring flights were not given with sufficient durations and it was not done frequently. a is trying to reach. The wagons are inadequate, the wagons are clogged and people are starting to fight with one another. V
Answering criticism of Gök, the CHP minister, Elvan said:
Iniz In particular, you stated that there were some problems in the Batıkent-Sincan and Kızılay-Çayyolu subways. As of January, there will be an increase in the number of train sets within a month. The number of train sets at the moment is really a nuisance; but I have to say that the train sets are increasing every day. You know, we started with the 10 minute, now the 6 is a half-a-minute; but as of the end of January, I hope, that the number of 6 and a half-minute voyage will go down even further. I think the passengers are going to relax in a sense. Sure, let me put it this way. At present, we have transferred the Kızılay-Çayyolu and Batıkent-Sincan metro lines to Ankara Metropolitan Municipality. But this does not mean that we will not be interested in the Ministry in any way. Ama