Ankara Commuter Line as the Product and Witness of Modern Planning Experience in Turkey

Çavdar Sert, Selin
Baş Bütüner, Funda
Aral, Hacer Ela


Ankara Papers in Turkish and Turkic Linguistics
Zeyrek Bozşahin, Deniz (Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015-01-01)
Ankara orogenic phase, its age and transition from thrusting-dominated palaeotectonic period to the strike-slip neotectonic period, Ankara (Turkey)
Kocyigit, Al; Deveci, Sule (2008-01-01)
The Ankara section of the Izmir-Ankara-Erzincan Suture Zone (IAESZ) is characterized by two major groups of contractional structures, namely the Ankara forced folds-monoclines and the southward-verging foreland fold-imbricate thrust to reverse fault zone (AFITFZ). In the Ankara region, one of the areas where the various phases of deformation and related structures are particularly well-preserved and exposed is the Edige (Elmadag) area, 48 km east-southeast of the city of Ankara. The youngest palaeotectonic ...
Başkent Ankara ve Jansen
Yavuz, Fehmi (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 1981)
Ankara was established as the capital of Turkey on Oct.13, 1923. The decision to move the capital to central Anatolia was the result of economic, social and cultural factors in addition to factors like security and defense. Since Istanbul served not only as the political but the cultural capital for more than 1500 years to Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, the decision for this move was criticized by political circles for a long periodProf. H.Jansen won the competition for the Master Plan of Ankara in 1927; th...
Ankara's Baku-centered Transcaucasia policy: Has it failed?
Bolukbasi, S (1997-12-01)
Turkey's initiatives towards Azerbaijan have been low-key because of Ankara's traditionally cautious diplomacy and its relatively modest short-term goals in the Transcaucasus. Yet the Turkish government's long-term goals are ambitious and include: 1) support for Azerbaijan's independence; 2) support for Azerbaijani sovereignty over Karabakh; 3) prevention or restriction of Russian presence and influence in the region; 4) participation in Azerbaijani oil production and export; 5) a friendly-but not necessari...
Ankara Commuter Line as theProduct and Witness of Modern Planning Experience in Turkey’, Yokohama 2018 –.Proceedings
Çavdar Sert, Selin; Baş Bütüner, Funda; Aral, Hacer Ela (2019-12-25)
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S. Çavdar Sert, F. Baş Bütüner, and H. E. Aral, “Ankara Commuter Line as the Product and Witness of Modern Planning Experience in Turkey,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: