The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) hosted the second of the "Parliamentary Meetings" meeting, which was held under the leadership of Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Abdulkadir Uraloğlu.
In the program held with the participation of regional MPs, all investments and projects for the Marmara Region were discussed in detail. While TCDD General Manager Hasan Pezük gave information to the MPs about the railway projects, the bureaucrats of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure made a presentation about the ongoing and planned projects in the fields of transportation and infrastructure for the Marmara Region.
Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Abdulkadir Uraloğlu stated that they came together within the scope of a better infrastructure and a better transportation target and said, “It was a meeting where we evaluated the valuable ideas and opinions of our MPs. We held a meeting with our Marmara Region MPs where we evaluated all the investments we will make for the Marmara Region, the heart of the country. We discussed all transportation and infrastructure issues regarding the region. “We will continue to work uninterruptedly, adding new works and services to all the works and services we have provided so far, and to undertake new projects for both Marmara and Turkey.” said.
TCDD General Manager Hasan Pezük, who hosted the meeting, said, “We hosted our Marmara Region MPs in our Organization in the second of the MP Meetings held under the leadership of our Minister Abdulkadir Uraloğlu. At the meeting, information was given about the ongoing and planned projects of all units of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure in the fields of transportation and infrastructure for the Marmara Region; Within the scope of a better infrastructure and a better transportation target, we took note of the valuable ideas and opinions of our MPs and the instructions of our Minister. “I would like to express my gratitude to our Minister and our members of parliament who honored us with their participation and valuable ideas.” he said.