Bursa City will make ring in 6 km tram, will ease the traffic

In Bursa;
The project, defined as the T1 line, is one of the biggest projects not only of the Metropolitan Mayor Recep Altepe but also of the city.
T1 line;
The technical code of the modern 6-kilometer tram network, which is reconnected from the Central Garage, Darmstadt Street, Stadium Stadium, Altıparmak Street, Atatürk Street, İnönü Street and Uluyol Street to the Santral Garage.
Yet; Although there is no physical change or study in the streets of Bursa, this project has been quite a step forward.
Metropolitan Municipality would see the projects on the Sculpture-Garage line, which is the longest line of this modern tram line, to the General Directorate of Railways, Ports and Airports, whose short name is DLH for approval.
Thus; On the one hand, called "silkworm" and in Bursa DurmazlarWhile speeding up the tram production produced in Istanbul, bureaucratic procedures of new routes started to be carried out in Ankara.
Now it's time; construction tender is planned to be held in April.
The plans of municipal executives are in favor of the completion of this process and the completion of the construction at the beginning of 2013.
President Recep Altepe, 2013 years in the streets of Bursa to see the modern tram starts to work.
In the planning of the staffs of Altepe, this modern 6-kilometer tram line will have 13 stops and 12 vehicles will operate.
With the operation of this tram, there will be a significant change in the streets of Bursa.
Vehicles with a total capacity of 280 will significantly reduce the traffic load in the main arteries of the city, in other words, the 100 will only carry passengers carrying the dolmus with the 1 tram.
As a result, now the minibuses seem to be slowly removed from the city.
In the plan of converting all minibuses into a taxi, this modern tram will play a very active role in this cycle.

Source: Bursa Domination

Günceleme: 22/12/2018 16:42

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