Mayor of Ordu Metropolitan Municipality Mehmet Hilmi Guler, Wednesday to Bolaman said that the feasibility report of the railway line is positive, said: “We talked to the last minister to go to Sarp part of the railway,” he said.
In the monthly meetings, he met with members of the press and informed about the investments to be made. Mehmet Hilmi Guler, answered the problems of journalists. AK Party Deputy Chairman Dr. Mayor Guler, who gave information about the latest status of mega projects that Numan Kurtulmuş had promised to the Army, said, “Every project of all our friends, including Enver Yılmaz, who was the mayor before me, is our project. We both thank them for those projects and we are the followers of those projects. At the same time, AK Party Deputy Chairman Numan Kurtulmuş'un projects are our projects. I already followed them while they were being made. We will finish all those projects. Continuity is essential in management. This is also the case in state upbringing. We follow all of the cable car, port and railway works ”.
Talking about the railway to Sarp
Stating that the feasibility report of the railway line that will be brought from Wednesday to Bolaman is positive, Güler said, önce Previously, I made the feasibility of the railway project while acting as the deputy to the Ministry of Transport. In other words, the ethnic feasibility report of the section from Wednesday to Bolaman is positive. In the past, I thought why the railway would not go to Ünye or Fatsa until Wednesday. At that time, Bolaman had a hill and a bend. Now it's no longer a problem. Actually, it's all possible. A rail network starting from there can go to Sarp with tunnels and viaducts. We're working on all of this. We talked to the last minister to the Sarp section of the railway. Another view on this subject is a railway from Sarp to here. Regardless of which way, the railway will pass through Ordu. But this is not something that will happen immediately. Money, opportunities, technical projects can take a long process. Süreç (Orduolay)