NATIONAL VITAL PROJECTS

Since 2002, Turkey has carried out large-scale development projects, which have been a cultural monument of the Turkish state and transformed the facade of Turkish cities.
The total value of these development projects is more than US $ 138 billion. These projects will become the new symbol of Turkey that the current leadership is seeking to achieve through the implementation of more such facilities


MARMARAY Project:

In order to realize the dream of the Ottoman Sultan "Abdul Hamid II" in the construction of a railway line connecting the two poles of Istanbul, Europe and Asia, the current President and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan established a metro line connecting the region of Airelik Jashmasi to the Casili Jashma region, Bosphorus.
The 14 km line was inaugurated on 29 October 2013. This metro line provides transportation services for 1.5 citizens per day, with a cost of approximately $ 5 billion.

Istanbul Airport III:

The Turkish government wanted to make Istanbul a center for air navigation, attract more tourists and activate more trade in this city. The tender for the construction of a huge airport in Istanbul in 2013 was won by two companies (CENGİZKOLİN _ LİMAK _ KALYON MAPA) Total 22 billion and 125 million euros. The new airport, which will lose German airports, will be opened in 2018. The airport will serve nearly 150 million passengers a year.

Sultan Yawoz Selim Bridge:

Not only did the Justice and Development Government build the Marmara metro line and the Third Airport, but it also planned to build a third suspension bridge along with the two bridges connecting Istanbul and Europe.
The Turkish government began implementing the project, the world's largest suspended bridge in 2013, with a height of 322 meters, a length of 1.875 meters and a width of 59 meters.
The new bridge also links the city's poles with an iron line. Thus, this line formed the connecting factor of the European and Asian continents, by connecting the railway connecting London and China.
The new bridge is due to open on October 29 of this year with a value of 4.5 billion Turkish lira.

Eurasia Tunnel:

The Turkish government began drilling at the bottom of the Bosphorus Strait to create a tunnel for cars between the poles of the city of Istanbul, next to the metro line (Marmara) at a cost of $ 1.3 billion.
The tunnel will be completed by the end of this year. The tunnel will shorten the length of time between the poles of the city to 5.5 minutes and intelligent guidance systems will be put in place at the tunnel outlets to facilitate traffic for drivers.

Attractions in 12 cities:

Over the last 12 years, the Turkish Ministry of Development has expanded its program of establishing attraction centers by establishing a number of vital projects in 12 different cities, with the aim of reducing internal migration.
The Ministry has begun to implement this development program in the states of Ard el-Rum-Van-Diyarbakir-Shanli Arufa-Gaziantep and is in the process of circulating this program in seven other eastern and southern states.
The Ministry aims to establish a vital facility in the eastern and southern regions of the country, similar to the western regions. As part of the development program, the ministry seeks to show the monuments of the eastern and southern cities.

Two new cities in Istanbul and Ankara:

The Turkish government plans to establish a new city on the banks of the Istanbul Canal, which is being built during this period. The final form of the new city has been identified, with a number of villas and five-story buildings being built, with a capacity of 500,000 new residents. The Turkish government also decided to establish a new city in the capital Ankara, which can accommodate up to 500 thousand residents.

Road project between the Black Sea and the southeast:

With regard to the transportation routes between the Turkish states, the Turkish leadership has begun to link the areas overlooking the Black Sea in the southern and eastern regions of the country.
In this regard, the Turkish government decided to link all the tunnels and roads that reach the Black Sea areas in the southern and eastern regions of the country. These roads will connect 9 states located in the eastern and southern regions of the Black Sea.
The Turkish government also plans to build a 15 km tunnel, which will be the third longest tunnel in the world and the first in Turkey.

Sinop nuclear plant:

In the energy field, the Turkish government has contracted with Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to build a nuclear reactor in the Black Sea state of Sinop at a cost of $ 22 billion. The Turkish government also plans to build a second nuclear reactor in the Mediterranean state of Mersin. The two reactors are expected to cost $ 42 billion and some 10,000 workers will be used to build the nuclear reactor in Mersin.

Bridge Nassib:

President of the Republic "Recep Tayyip Erdogan" on Thursday, 21 May, the opening of Nasib Bridge, which connects the state of Shanli Orva, Adiyaman, one of the longest bridges in the world. The Nassip Bridge, the third largest bridge in Turkey, is 610 meters long and 24 meters wide. The project was launched in 2012.

Istanbul Channel:

The Turkish government has begun to draw up plans for the construction of the Istanbul Canal project, which will link the Black Sea with the Marmara Sea up to 45 kilometers in order to ease traffic in the Bosphorus and make Istanbul more attractive and colorful.

Projects will also be established Gulf Pass:

The Turkish government is working in full swing to end the suspension bridge that will link Istanbul to Izmir, which will help ease the traffic crisis between the two cities. The time between the two cities will be shortened to three and a half hours, as it is known that the current time between Istanbul and Izmir is up to 8 hours.

High-speed trains:

In order to expand and modernize the modern network, the Turkish government has established the railway line between Ankara and the city of Aski Shahir as a first step in this regard Thus, the Turkish Ministry of Transport completed a high-speed rail line between the cities of Istanbul and Ankara, to shorten the time between the two cities to three and a half hours.
The ministry later linked the Ankara-Istanbul line with the Ankara-Konya line so that passengers can travel directly from Istanbul to Konya without the need to use another mode of transport, with a duration not exceeding 4 hours and 15 minutes

AKKUYU nuclear station:

The Turkish government has signed an agreement with a Russian company for the construction of a nuclear power station that will contribute to Turkey's self-sufficiency. It will be the first plant to produce nuclear power in Turkey. The investment in the project is set to reach $ 20 billion.

Airport on the Sea:

Due to the geographical nature of the establishment of an airport in the states of Ordo and Gresson, for a dream of more than 50 years, the Turkish Government established an airport on the sea between these two states at a cost of $ 350 million.
This airport, the first on the European continent and the third in the world in terms of location, no country in the European continent has ever built an airport on the sea.
The Turkish government not only prepared a plan for the establishment of another airport similar to the Ordo-Grisons airport in the state of Reza, the birthplace of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Natural gas transportation project:

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan participated two months ago in laying the foundation stone for the TANAP project to transport the natural gas that Azerbaijan will export to the European continent through 20 Turkish states, with a length of 1.850 km.
It is expected that the European continent will provide a large part of its natural gas needs through this project, and will contribute to the growth of the Turkish economy.
The total cost of the project will be approximately $ 12 billion. The Azeri government will pay $ 7 billion. The Turkish side will pay the remaining costs. In the final stage, the final cost is expected to reach $ 45 billion.

Railway Baku - Tbilisi - Kars Railway:

The Turkish government is about to complete the construction of the railway, which began in 2008, which links the Azerbaijani city of Baku with the Turkish city of Kars, through the Georgian city of Tbilisi.
With the completion of this project, the road will be paved to connect the railway connecting England with China, through the iron line that passes through the third Istanbul bridge being built at this time

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