In the report of "Samsun-Sarp High Speed Train Project" prepared by Ordu University; “It will make a significant contribution to the region in the solution of economic problems, especially employment, with rail transport and high-speed train transport”.
Ordu University (ODU) Unye Dean of Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, 'Samsun-Sarp High Speed Train Project' has prepared a report on. Samsun-Sarp Railway project will accelerate trade in the provinces of the Black Sea Region in the report expressed in the report, the attention of the future of these provinces was attracted more tourists. The report, the Sarp'a will extend through the railways with countries such as Georgia and Azerbaijan will strengthen business activities, he said.
PROVINCES GIVE CONTINUOUS MIGRATION
In the report, there is a strong relationship between the development level of a region and the transportation network in that region. Project, Central Black Sea from the Black Sea to the east end up in northern Turkey Samsun, Ordu, Giresun, Trabzon, Rize, as Artvin province directly connect will be able to articulate the aforementioned remaining provinces in the hinterland of the province as soon as this transport line. A common feature of the aforementioned provinces in this region that the province is the most internal migration in Turkey. The most important reason for this is that employment opportunities are limited ”.
RAILWAY instead of HIGHWAY
The report also included the following statements: The region will make an important contribution to the solution of economic problems, especially employment, with both rail and high-speed train transportation. Economic, social, cultural and environmental pressures will decrease in terms of reverse immigration and other provinces that emigrate due to the employment opportunities it will create. In this case, all of Turkey in terms of a more balanced urbanization, investment in distribution, will create a more balanced society in terms of life opportunities and social justice. The capacity of a modern two-line railway is equal to the capacity of a 6-lane highway. The platform width of a 6-lane highway is 37,5 meters, while the platform width of the 2-line railway is only 13,7 meters. It will be more advantageous to prefer a vehicle with a narrower platform width, both geographically and in terms of expropriation costs and construction costs. It is necessary to plan the YHT project in full transparency by considering the relevant data, information and concerns and introducing it to the public. ”(the Samsungazete)