No Fast Train Response

No Speed ​​Train Response: CHP Antalya deputy Cetin Osman Budak, Antalya with the connection to the surrounding cities with the connection to the fast train project, while Deputy Prime Minister Lütfi Elvan, said the work continues at many points.
During the talks at the Turkish Grand National Assembly, Mr. Budak from the Republican People's Party (CHP) asked Deputy Prime Minister Lütfi Elvan about Antalya's transportation projects. Budak said, birlikte 7 was a candidate in Antalya in June, we worked together in Antalya during the election period. Antalya, xnumx'nc in accessibility in Turkey provinces and lined the roads in terms of the Mersin-Antalya road, Muğla-Antalya road, Isparta-Antalya, roads, such as the Konya-Antalya road, unfortunately, extremely bad. You know very well. The northern and eastern ring roads, the western ring road, and the 17 airport were at the time your commitments. Now, there is not much talk about them in Antalya. One of the fastest trains, very important for Antalya and was very spoken. Is there a study on these, a prediction about when they will be completed, a project? Çalışma he asked.
QUICK TRAIN NO RESPONSE
Deputy Prime Minister Lütfi Elvan, who noted that many investments in Antalya are continuing, said, Yardım The studies on the Antalya-Mersin route, which we have mentioned in particular, continue intensively. We have an 27 tunnel on this route and these tunnels continue to be built intensively. Antalya's work with Isparta, especially in the exit of Antalya continues to work. Again, in the Alanya-Mahmutlar-Konya connection, especially the section called 'Kuşyuvası' from Tashkent until the tender was made. Currently, there are also tunnel works in progress. On the other hand, again, a new line connecting Antalya to Beyşehir, we are forming the main artery, you know, the main state road, where the works continue. Tunnel works have also reached the final stage. We are still working on our projects for the areas where we have promised a split road ver.
Elvan did not make a statement about the high-speed train to Antalya and the third airport.

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