Aydin said Ankara will be the junction in the national transport network

Aydin, the national transport network will be Ankara junction said: AK Party Ankara 1. District Deputy candidate Barış Aydın said that Ankara will be the main intersection in the new national transportation network, which will be revealed with the high speed train (YHT) and highway networks to be completed in the new period, and said, bit All roads will now go to Ankara. Bölge

AK Party Ankara 1st Regional Candidate Barış Aydın reminded that the Ankara-Eskişehir, Ankara-Konya and Ankara-Istanbul High Speed ​​Train lines were put into operation in the previous period, and in the new period, the construction of the Ankara-Niğde Highway and the Ankara-Kırıkkale-Delice highways will be started. Stating that the project works have been initiated for the realization of the YHT project, which will reduce the distance between Ankara and Istanbul to 1,5 hours, with the BOT model, Aydın said that with the Ankara-Sivas YHT, which will be completed in 2017, 2 hours between the two provinces, and the transportation time between Ankara and Izmir He gave the information that it would fall to 3,5 hours. Aydın noted that 17 provinces will be connected to each other with the YHT network with the lines that will be activated in the east-west and north-south axes and that the Ankara-based high-speed train core network will increase to 3 kilometers, “Ankara is this giant YHT network and highway networks. It is in the center ”. Aydın stated that with the Başkentray project in Ankara, which will be the center of YHT operation, suburban, subway and YHT lines will be integrated and the Tandoğan-Keçiören metro will be completed quickly.

"WE WILL MAKE ANKARA A GLOBAL TRADE CENTER"
Expressing that the transportation opportunities between the cities in the process of industrialization with metropolises, regional attraction centers and surrounding settlements will increase extraordinarily, the connections of the inner regions to the ports, metropolises and tourism regions will be strengthened, Aydın will emerge a huge transportation network based in Ankara, especially thanks to the high-speed train lines from Ankara to Central Asia. He noted that train services will be made to the interior. Stating that these developments will accelerate Ankara's economic development and the development of commercial life, Aydın said, “Ankara has a population of 5.2 million, but a population of 1,5 billion will be reached within a 1,5 hour flight distance. With the ease of transportation, Ankara will enter a rapid development process with the surrounding cities such as Kırıkkale, Çankırı, Yozgat. "The new transportation network will make Ankara, at its main crossroads, the dynamo of industrialization and development in the country, as well as an important commercial and economic center in the world and a global metropolis."

"ALL ROADS WILL LEAD TO ANKARA, NOT TO ROME"
The new transport network with Turkey's economic development focus of the Ankara record that expresses Aydin, said: "Turkey in the west to the east, north of the high-speed railway line to the south, extremely series with the motorway and with the airline, emerged stronger and integrated transport infrastructure comes out. Metropolitan cities will be connected to each other and to the countries of the region by fast transportation vehicles. Ankara is at the center of this new transportation network. So all roads will no longer lead to Rome but to Ankara. This transportation network will connect Ankara to Central Asia and neighboring countries, which are in a rapid development process. This means an extraordinary increase in contact and economic and commercial relations with a population of 1.5 billion. The new transportation network will undoubtedly make Ankara, in its center, the main junction of economic and commercial traffic, a global commercial center, a world metropolis. This rapid development in transportation infrastructure will make Ankara the heart of the economy and trade not only in our country but also in our region.

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