Minister of Transport Bilgin Participated in Urban Transportation Workshop

Transport Minister Bilgin Participated in the 'Urban Transport Workshop': Feridun Bilgin, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, participated in the 'Urban Transport Workshop' held in Istanbul. Stating that more importance should be attached to urban rail transportation, Bilgin said, “We are carrying out our works rapidly to redesign rail transportation in urban transportation”.
Dı Urban Transportation Workshop İçi started with Istanbul Technical University. Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Feridun Bilgin, Bursa Metropolitan Mayor Recep Altepe, Samsun Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Yusuf Ziya Yilmaz and Hatay Metropolitan Mayor Lutfu Savas, as well as rectors and teachers from various universities attended.
Speaking at the workshop, Minister Feridun Bilgin stated that they are working to pull the transit traffic of Istanbul out of the city. We build the Bosphorus Bridge and the Northern Marmara Motorway. We are commissioning the Istanbul-Izmir Highway and Izmit Bay Crossing Project. We continue to work on construction in all parts of the project. We will put the Bursa - Istanbul section into service in 3 and the Bursa - Izmir section in 2015. In the Eurasia Highway Tube Passage Project, one of our most important projects, our intensive work continues. We have already completed half of the tunnel. We plan to complete the tunnel in 2017 and the connection roads in 2015 and put it into service. With the completion of this project, both Bostancı - Kadıköy We will ensure the transition between the vehicles between Sirkeci, Yenikapı and Zeytinburnu, and we will reduce the traffic jams in the city center. ”
Bilgin noted that they put the rail systems into use in public transportation., Currently, around 1.7 million people are moving in the Istanbul subways. However, we have to give more importance to urban rail transportation. In this context, we are carrying out our works to re-design rail transport in urban transportation. We have started this change with Egeray in Marmaray, Izmir. We have projects such as Başkentray in Ankara and Gaziray in Gaziantep. Antalya airport, Expo fair area project preparations are continuing rapidly. In Izmir, we extend Egeray from both north and south. We plan to deliver Egeray to every corner of Izmir. The new metro network is made by our Ministry in Ankara. Kızılay-Çay Yolu and Batıkent - Sincan lines have been completed. We are nearing the end of the Keçiören subway. Keçi
. We will connect the Ankara metro system to the airport and the high-speed railway station with new lines. These studies have reached the final stage. In addition, the construction of the Levent - Hisarüstü Metro, which was built by our Ministry in Istanbul, will be realized in the near future. Sabiha Gökçen Airport - Kaynarca, Bakırköy-Bahçelievler-Kirazlı metro lines are running. 3. We have started our project works for the metro line which will connect the airport to gayrettepe. Yenikapı-Incirli, Incirli - Sefakoy metros are also under construction.
Emphasizing that giant projects are necessary for Istanbul, Bilgin said, Metro As the Ministry, we have initiated the three-story Istanbul Metro and Highway Bosphorus Crossing project. With 6,5 million passengers a day, the 9 different city rail system will be integrated with high-speed subway and our intercontinental journey will be easier. With this project, we are planning to reach Söğütlüçeşme from İncirli by fast metro in 40 minutes, and from the Hasdal Junction to Ümraniye Çamlık Crossroad in 14 minutes. Bu
Mr. Feridun Bilgin, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, stated that the most effective use of the infrastructure depends on the wisdom of transportation networks. Intelligent transportation systems; play an important role in the reflection of the principles of systematic and sandardization. We are talking about the total of applications that will be a direct solution to traffic congestion and complexity Trafik.

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