The terms and expressions defined in the Telecommunications Act, its Bylaws and other CITC bylaws shall have the same meanings when used in this document. In addition, the following terms and expressions shall have the following meanings assigned thereto unless the context requires otherwise:
2.1 Urban Range Boundaries: The boundaries that the competent authorities determine and indicated in urban growth plans and documents that indicate different stages of urban growth and limit of development protection and represent the appropriate boundaries for localization of urban activities and capacity of urban growth for cities and villages within a specific period.
2.2 Construction License: The legal license issued by the competent entity that permits the holder thereof to carry out the construction works including excavation works.
2.3 Implementer of Infrastructure Projects: Any juristic entity for whom a construction license is issued, including facilities-based telecom service providers (FBTSP).
2.4 Application for Coordination of Excavation: The applications received from implementers of infrastructure projects through the means that CITC deems appropriate – such as the electronic means – with the aim of making coordination with telecom service providers to know the boundaries and routes of infrastructure related to telecom services to avoid their interruption or impact.
2.5 Manholes: The manholes that are constructed underground to assemble terrestrial telecommunication networks and that are also used in examination and repair of failures.
2.6 Infrastructure: The elements for the telecommunication systems used to provide services related to ICT sector, including facilities, networks and equipment.
2.7 Infrastructure Facilities: Components of telecommunication network, ducts, towers, masts, cables, manholes, etc.
2.8 Cabling Routes or Ducts: One of infrastructure elements (such as conduits or tubes) that cover the cables to protect them and enable placing additional cables in empty cabling routes or ducts.
2.9 Cross Passing Priority: It means meeting of services in a cross manner whether at road intersections or when entering into the buildings.
2.10 Infrastructure Reports: The reports received via the means that CITC deems appropriate – such as the electronic means – related to infrastructure impacted with the external circumstances or due to poor quality of its implementation.