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Small Taxi for free in the Turkish coastal cities to ease traffic crisis

  • March 20, 2019
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Small Taxi for free in the Turkish coastal cities to ease traffic crisis

The newspaper “Ocksham” reported that the Turkish Ministry of Transport and appealing to start building small ships that can serve as taxis freely in the crowded coastal cities such as Istanbul or Izmir.

According to According to the paper, the Ministry of Transport has started to move to ease the traffic crisis in large coastal cities such as Izmir and Istanbul, where the ministry launched an appeal to begin to build ships, and will support the ministry’s companies that have the ability to build these ships, where he has been the call for the construction of small ships of light made ​​of solid materials for marine ambulance also.

The newspaper reported that after the applications are accepted, the ministry will work search for the most appropriate for use in coastal cities offer, and will be companies that manufacture yachts and boats a feasibility study for the project and to answer Based on these studies, and after starting to work the ministry will support the companies that will be manufacturing a certain percentage, as the project aims to diversify tourism also in the tourist coastal cities.

 

Source: Turkish Press

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