Ener President Aksu Erzurum's Light Rail System Project Must Be Ahead

Ener Chairman Aksu Erzurum's Light Rail System Project should be put on the agenda: Vahdet Nafiz Aksu, Head of Erzurum Thought and Strategy Center, said: ces We find it very positive that the nationwide vision projects before the election are discussed, discussed and agreed upon.

Vahdet Nafiz Aksu, Head of Erzurum Center for Thought and Strategy, said, “We find it very positive that the vision projects across the country are brought to the agenda, discussed and agreed upon before the elections. In this context, Erzurum's "Light Rail System Project", which we consider important for our city, should be put on the agenda again. "

Aksu's statement on the subject is as follows: “We know the close interest and curiosity of our Prime Minister, like our President, in transportation systems. Our Prime Minister, Mr. Ahmet Davutoğlu, showed his interest once again by giving the good news of Konya metro. Yes, this project, which will connect 5 universities and hospitals and will be completed in 5 years, is really important for Konya. In our opinion, "Light Rail System Project" is as important for Erzurum as this project is for Konya.
Our satellite cities, hospitals, universities, ski facilities and hotels will be connected to each other with this project, which we announced after a detailed study before the 2011 elections. More than 100 thousand of our students will be saved from being cold at the stops in harsh winter conditions; It will have convenient, comfortable and faster transportation. This project, which is also vital for our winter tourism, will suit the great and modern Erzurum of the future. In this context, Erzurum's "Light Rail System Project", which we consider important for our city, should be put on the agenda again, discussed and matured.

The electoral environment, which is the feast of democracy, should be made possible. We would like to express our gratitude to all of our political parties. In particular, we expect local authorities to focus more on this issue.

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