Giant steps in transportation projects

giant strides in transportation projects: developments in Turkey aims to transport up to 2023 years. Accordingly, the journey between the two ends so-called Turkey Edirne-Kars will fall 8 hours.

In recent days, branding important steps on behalf of Turkey, 100. is preparing to join the global league. Within the scope of 2023 targets, cities continue to develop brand projects. some of the cities in order to bring Turkey into a brand aerospace sector weight while others in the industry, turning to sports and tourism. However, the most promising projects are undoubtedly transportation projects layan Giant projects that connect the cities and relieve traffic lead to the development of new investments. Ancak

According to Sabah newspaper's Metin Can, the high-speed train projects currently concentrated in Ankara, Eskisehir, Konya and Istanbul are 100. 29 will reach the city annually. high-speed train line in Turkey will reach a length of 10 thousand kilometers in total.

8 per hour

Another tip 1,5 the transportation time from one end of days, Turkey will save xnumx't the 4 percent drop. The trip from Edirne to Kars will be held at 1.

Highway and tunnel work continue full throttle

Motorways and tunnels, which are one of the most important issues of the government, are also continuing. 100 on this subject. The target big year ... Turkey from east to west, north to south, the highway will connect to the provinces. Bursa, Konya, Gaziantep, Eskisehir, Sivas and Denizli are among the leading Anatolian cities in the name of branding.

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