2019 Year Will Be The Year Of Giant Projects



2019 will be the year of giant projects
2019 will be the year of giant projects

In the January issue of Raillife magazine, Mehmet Cahit Turhan, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, published an article titled “2019 will be the year of giant projects Ulaştırma.

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every step we take towards our goal 2023 us a little more closer to the ideal of a great and powerful Turkey. In this context; Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, Osmangazi Bridge, Eurasia Tunnel, Istanbul Airport, Marmaray, Baku-Tbilisi Kars Railway Line, High-Speed ​​Train Lines, Divided Roads, Motorways, Airports, Yachts, such as the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure have realized several projects.

16 has invested over 537 billion liras in the annual process. As in the previous years, we have initiated and implemented major projects. giant projects we have planned for the future of Turkey have given service.

2019 will be the year of giant projects. We will provide the full service of Izmir-Gebze Motorway which will connect Istanbul, Bursa and Izmir with one of the most important cities of our country. At the end of the 2019 year, the Ankara-Sivas High Speed ​​Railway Line is under construction. Istanbul Suburban Line is also put into service this year. We are also in 2019 for the tenders of Kanal Istanbul and the Three-Storey Grand Istanbul Tunnel. From Ankara to Afyonkarahisar, Manisa and Izmir, the work of the line is going on. We plan to complete the construction of Polatlı-Afyonkarahisar-Uşak section in 2020, Uşak-Manisa-İzmir section in 2021.

Our target is certain: 2023 year to reach our targets successfully to move our country to the place!

The year of 2019 will be an important year for us to carry our 2023 year targets.

Have a nice trip İyi.

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