Ankara will be a high-speed train center: Ankara will be provided as a high-speed train center and high-speed train connections between the metropolitan areas will be provided.
Cross-flights will be encouraged between provinces with appropriate infrastructure to reduce costs in Istanbul and Ankara flights by increasing accessibility of cities.
A series of studies will be conducted to improve accessibility and accessibility in line with the National Strategy for Regional Development, which is prepared under the coordination of the Ministry of Development. In this context, the transportation infrastructure that develops in the east-west direction will be developed along the north-south axes, and the connections of low-income regions to ports, metropolises and tourism areas will be strengthened.
The main development corridor along Istanbul-Ankara-Izmir and Adana-Mersin will be better integrated with each other and the transportation infrastructure such as highways, high-speed trains and airlines will be integrated.
Throughout the north-south axes such as Trabzon-Diyarbakır, Van-Trabzon, Samsun-Mersin, Samsun-Antalya, access to the ports on these roads will be increased, integration into the internal market will be achieved and integration with the external economic geography will be strengthened.
Ankara will be a high-speed train center
Istanbul-Antalya transport corridor along the metropolises and metropolitan cities around the cities of the prominent high quality rail lines connecting the nature of tourism will be established. Railway connections will be strengthened along the northeast-southeast axis. Ankara will be provided as a high-speed train center, high-speed train connections between metropolitan areas will be provided. The integration of major ports such as Çandarlı, Filyos and other ports will be ensured.
In the east-west (Kars-Erzurum-Sivas-Ankara-Istanbul-Edirne) and north-south (Samsun-Antalya, Samsun-Mersin-Iskenderun, Istanbul-Antalya), along the transportation corridors, metropolitan and tourism-prominent provinces are covered by high standard railway lines. to be integrated into each other.
First of all, transport networks will be strengthened along the north-south transport corridors, linking metropolises, production centers and tourism cities.
With the growth focus of the metropolitan cities, these focal points will be developed with the cities where industrial development has begun. Transportation facilities will be improved between the regional attraction centers and the nearby settlements.
Cross-flights will be encouraged between the provinces with appropriate infrastructure to reduce the costs incurred in Istanbul and Ankara flights by increasing the accessibility of cities.