Channel to Relieve Istanbul Bosphorus Traffic

Kanal Istanbul will ease the Bosphorus Traffic: The Canal Istanbul project will overcome the 'Bosphorus tourism' in Istanbul.

The Canal Istanbul project, whose technical project has been completed and is expected to be awarded in the coming days, will overcome the 'Bosphorus tourism' in Istanbul.

With the project that will shift the international ship traffic to the Canal, the Bosphorus will be the scene of only touristic ship passes. indicating that the Istanbul Strait will bring a new dimension to tourism Turkey Hoteliers Federation (TUROFED) Chairman Osman sober, "after Channel Strait project will be the scene of a very different picture. This will also give a new impetus to urban tourism. Bu


stating that Turkey would change the face of tourism in the last period with investment in the transport infrastructure sober, especially the new airport investments said he would solve the accessibility problem. Ayik said, Ay But it is necessary to provide the horizontal connections that will complete this transportation. In every sense, it is necessary to take into account the weather, land, sea and railways. If we construct everything correctly, we can reach the 2023 targets in a shorter time. Her

Stressing that the hotel investments will increase with the airport, he stressed that the supply-demand balance should be preserved. . Istanbul now has a serious bed capacity. Read why the price imbalances create inert capacity. It also adversely affects the return periods of investments etkil.


TUROFED Chairman Ayik, the ongoing investments in the field of High Speed ​​Train (YHT) and Izmit Gulf transition projects, especially the Anatolian tourism will add a great acceleration, he said. Ayık said, aras Southern Marmara and North Aegean regions were among the important regions of tourism in the past. Over time, this has disappeared. I believe that the Izmit Gulf Transit Project, which will reduce the time between Istanbul and Izmir to 3.5 hours, will give momentum to these regions. Ben Stressing that domestic tourism will be mobilized by HRCs, Ayık added that this would contribute to stable growth.

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