Adil Karaismailoğlu, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, came to Çorum for a series of visits and examinations. Karaismailoğlu, who visited Kırkdilim Tunnel Construction Site and attended Kırkdilim Tunnels T2 Tunnel Light Sight Ceremony, said that we will meet Çorum with high speed train.
Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu, who came to Çorum for the light-seeing ceremony in the T2 tunnel in Kırkdilim tunnel, one of the most important routes connecting the Black Sea Region to Central Anatolia, made statements about the investments made.
Karaismailoğlu said, “We have spent 2003 billion 5 million lira for Çorum's transportation and communication infrastructure since 274. While there were only 2003 kilometers of divided roads in 59, we increased the length of the divided road by 5 times to 356 kilometers. We increased the bituminous hot coating road length to 406 kilometers. Between the years 2003-2020; We finished Samsun-Ankara Road, North Tetek Axis, Çorum-Sungurlu separation Alaca Çorum-Yozgat road, Alaca entrance, İskilip city pass, İskilip-Çankırı road and Saraydüzü-Kargı roads. We connected Çorum to Samsun, Kırıkkale, Amasya, Yozgat and Sinop provinces with divided roads. In addition to our highway projects, the study projects of our Samsun-Amasya-Çorum-Kırıkkale railway project, which will introduce Çorum to high-speed trains, are also continuing. he spoke.
We had to know the value of Çorum, which was the capital of the Hittite Civilization, which left great marks in the history of the world, Karaismailoğlu, and it is our duty to realize this great potential of our city in the 21st century. Let's discuss the future goals of Çorum together and take the steps to be taken together. Let's listen to the troubles of the people of Çorum together, understand their needs together, and complete all their shortcomings together as quickly as possible. Because, we established a throne in the hearts of our people with the achievements we have achieved so far as a single body, thinking and acting together.