Samsun Sarp Railway Feasibility Studies Continue

samsun steep railway feasibility studies continue
samsun steep railway feasibility studies continue

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu, who came to Ordu to make a series of visits and examinations, also visited the Metropolitan Municipality.

Minister Karaismailoğlu, who met and consulted with the district mayors in the Metropolitan Municipality regarding the investments made and to be made, said, "We will implement the projects expected for the development of Ordu in a short time."


Expressing that they were pleased to host Minister Karaismailoğlu in Ordu, Ordu Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Dr. Mehmet Hilmi Güler said, “I would like to thank our dear Minister in Ordu for their investments and investments. Thanks to you, we have realized many issues that our city needs, and we continue to do so. "We are conducting a nice and peaceful work with our bureaucrats, parliamentarians and administrators in Ordu."


Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu, who also visited the AK Party Provincial Presidency, stated that investments in railway investments will increase in the next period, and said, "The highway infrastructure has now reached a certain stage in our country. The airline infrastructure has already been completed. From now on, the only thing we lack is railway investments. We constantly talk about the importance we attach to these railway investments. Of course, while making these investments, we are making them within the framework of the Turkey Logistics Master Plan. Here, feasibility studies are carried out, passenger requests are made. As a result of this, both the order of these investments and the form of the investments are revealed to us. Currently, Ankara Delice-Samsun projects continue. After that, we had a Samsun-Ordu project, which is within our knowledge. We started to work on this as Samsun Sarp Railway in a complete way. I hope we will work on it together. The feasibility studies of this place continue. Investments that should be railway investments, but they are projects that bring great burden in terms of both time and cost. Ordu, which will work to have a say in the world in better days, will give the projects it deserves, respectively. kazanwe will go,” he said.

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