The light rail system, the project of ex-Mayor of Kahramanmaraş, Fatih Mehmet Erkoç, is on the shelf. What do President Güngör and Ak Party deputies think about the light rail system that will significantly ease transportation in the city?
Citizens suffering from the transportation problem in Kahramanmaraş are wondering what stage the work on the Light Rail System, which was the project of former Metropolitan Mayor Fatih Mehmet Erkoç and announced as a good news to the citizen.
Erkoç said in a statement he made in 2017 that "work on the light rail system continues" and said, "We believe that there will be no traffic problems in Kahramanmaraş at the end of 2018".
In the statement he made in 2018, Fatih Mehmet Erkoç said the following; “We held our Grand Transport Master Plan tender. We have officially started the work of the Rail System. Since the day we took office, we have met with many companies, especially firms from the Far East. Now we will do the project of the Light Rail System first, then we will proceed with the installation of the system ”.
LIGHT RAIL SYSTEM IN WHICH STAGE
So, at what stage has the Metropolitan Municipality reached the Light Rail System? Since continuity is essential in the state, will the studies for the Light Rail System continue? How will the urban transportation problem, which has become a complete torment in Kahramanmaraş, be solved? Citizens want Kahramanmaraş Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Hayrettin Güngör to take the necessary steps as soon as possible regarding the light rail system.
WHAT DID GUNGOR SAY?
There are different systems of public transport for the city, all of which have characteristics and scale. After making a transportation master plan, we will make it according to which of these public transportation means. Now the bus system has been very nice, we will do whatever project is the priority, taking into consideration the geographical structure, population situation and number of passengers.
It is expected that Chief Agent Güngör will share with the public how he has been working on this issue over the past 9 months. (Haber46)