Turkish government supports the economy with a modern road network
The Turkish government seeks to facilitate all means of transport to develop the road, rail network and link it to the seaports and major cities in order to support the various economic and residential projects in the country.
The road project connecting the states of Istanbul, Bursa, and Izmir is a good example of this, with 184 kilometers of this modern roadway being completed out of a total of 433 kilometers. Another 119 km long road between Ankara and Kerala is being prepared. While the capital Ankara has been linked to both of Istanbul and Konya by fast trains, and work is underway to connect Ankara with kayseri also with a fast line. In addition to the hard and continuous work of connecting the seaports along Turkey with a sophisticated railway network.
The Turkish government seeks to secure a suitable environment and modernize the infrastructure to attract more foreign investments, such as the other facilities provided by them, including facilitating conditions in acquiring Turkish nationality for foreign investors.