Yüzüncü Yıl University started work for tram and high speed train: In order to reach Van's high-speed train and tram, Yüzüncü Yıl University (YYÜ) started work.
Van's high-speed train and tram to reach the University of Centenary (YYU) has started work.
In the recent months, İhlas News Agency (UAV) made the news titled tren Van's aspiration for tram and high-speed train '. Van Yüzüncü Yıl University initiated a hard work to implement the project. This project of YYÜ, which had previously attempted, could not be realized due to the earthquake and economic troubles. In the 2013, the former Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Binali Yıldırım, transferred the matter to him and Ak Parti Van Deputy Beşir Atalay, who has an important experience and experience in politics, excited YYU for the project. The arms are rolled up.
Rector of YYÜ who made explanations about the subject. Dr. Peyami Battal, kendis In the 2013, we were granted the title of Honorary Doctorate of Transport, Maritime and Communications Minister Binali Yıldırım, and we had the subject transferred to him. Then he gave instructions to the General Directorate of TCDD. However, this project could not be realized due to the fact that our city is recovering recently due to the earthquake. Following the news of the UAV, we are again in talks with the General Directorate of TCDD. We will meet with Van Metropolitan Municipality and we will implement this project which is of great importance for the city. Concrete steps were taken. We are working towards the establishment of two lines for our city. A road from the university to the coastal road to Edremit. The other is going to the center of the city from the two points in the form of double scissors and will be inexpensive. To implement such a big project would mean the development of Van. To say that urban traffic relief means new business opportunities will arise. Kent