Determined to solve the transportation problem in Bursa, as in all modern world cities, with rail system investments, the Metropolitan Municipality lays the foundation of the Sculpture-Garage Tram Line on Tuesday, August 7 at 12:00. The tender for the approximately 6,5-kilometer line was held on June 25. kazanThe Metropolitan Municipality, which signed a contract with the Spanish company Comsa SA on July 19, kazanHe kept rail and some technical materials out of the tender and gave orders beforehand. The 17-kilometer-long rails taken from Poland reached Gemlik by sea. Later, the rails taken from here with trucks started to be lowered to the area in Kültürpark, which will be used as a construction site.
Metropolitan Mayor Recep Altepe, who made an examination at the construction site in Kültürpark, where the rails were lowered, received information about the works from the General Manager of Buruluş, Levent Fidansoy. We covered Bursa with iron nets and brought the rail systems used by all modern cities in Europe to Bursa. kazanReminding that they promised that they will continue their work before the election, Mayor Altepe noted that they are working with all their strength to complete the Sculpture Garage line as soon as possible. Stating that the urban tram lines will work in an integrated manner with Bursaray lines, Mayor Altepe said, “As the Metropolitan Municipality and Burulaş, we have taken all the necessary measures to complete the project, which will be built in the most troubled area of the city in terms of transportation, in a timely manner. Therefore time kazanWe had given the orders for the rails that we excluded from the tender in advance. Now our rails have arrived. Scissors will also arrive in a few days. Our goal is to complete the line in less than 10 months and open it to transportation. However, we will not do any work on the main streets where the line will pass until the Ramadan Feast. We will evaluate this period with the establishment of the construction site and technical studies.”