The cable car is coming to the Bosphorus

Kadir Topbas, the Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality announced that a ropeway will be built between Altunizade and Etiler. The project, which is planned as build-operate model, will stand out with its touristic side as well as transportation.
Topbaş answered the questions of journalists after his meeting with State Minister Lee Yi Shyan and the delegation accompanying Singapore Industry and Trade Minister.
Erdogan announced yesterday that a giant mosque will be built Camlica Hill. Topbaş answered the questions about this project and announced that they will implement a cable car project from Etiler to Altunizade.
Topbaş said that the other transfer of the line would be the Camlica Hill where the giant mosque will be built. I This is a project that we think before the mosque project. Basically we started the 4 ropeway work years ago. There are companies and countries that have made it successful in some cities around the world. We want to give it a build-operate. 6 thousand passengers per hour will be a system.
Topbas emphasized that the ropeway project is important in terms of transportation and touristic aspects. 'Passing the two continents with a ropeway will be important and exciting. A certificate will be issued. On the other hand, urban transportation is also important. So 6 thousand passengers per hour when you get a serious intensity means, 'he said.


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