According to the compilation made from the Presidential Circular on the preparations for the Investment Program for the 2024-2026 Period, priority will be given to Mersin-Adana-Osmaniye-Gaziantep, Ankara-Afyonkarahisar-İzmir, Bandırma-Bursa-Yenişehir-Osmaneli, Halkalı- Kapıkule among the high-speed train projects.
Second line construction, signaling and electrification investments, junction line construction to important load centers, projects to increase line capacity and efficiency, and domestic production of rail system vehicles will also be among the priority issues.
Primary emphasis will be given to the completion of Filyos Port, Eastern Mediterranean Main Container Port and Çandarlı Port.
Investments in the construction of Ro-Ro ports in convenient locations will also be prioritized. Priority will be given to investments and projects aimed at minimizing transactions, costs and bureaucratic processes in ports.
Priority will also be given to projects that increase air navigation safety.
In line with the needs of the priority sectors specified in the 11th Development Plan, eliminating traffic flow bottlenecks, developing the asset management system and investments that will ensure that traffic flow is maintained at the required service level, and traffic safety investments on highways will be among the priority issues. In addition, bituminous hot mixture coating (BSK) projects will be carried out on routes with average daily heavy vehicle traffic over 1000 vehicles.
Importance and priority will be given to highway and connection road projects at the completion stage and projects that will ensure the protection and effective use of the existing highway system, as well as superstructure improvement, traffic safety, and repair of bridges and viaducts.
The standards of existing and under construction logistics centers, especially in the Çukurova, Western Black Sea and Marmara regions, will be raised. New freight and logistics centers will be planned in railway corridors where demand is high. In order for Turkey to be more regionally effective in logistics, the results of the Turkey Transportation and Logistics Master Plan will be carried out with projects that will reduce logistics costs and transaction times and processes, ensure integrated operation of transportation types, develop combined transportation practices, and increase quality and safety in transportation planning. Priority will be given to the construction of logistics centers and bases, taking into account the