Prime Minister of Silkworm waiting for the day in the City Square



The city is waiting for the day in the city's silk silk is waiting for the Prime Minister: Very soon;
For the tram that will be put into service, the final preparations for the Metropolitan Municipality are being made.
Same time;
One of the major projects of President Recep Altepe, and the first stage of the tram line called the T1 line, will be put into service as a passenger after the test journey.
Stadium Street;
The 6.5 station, located on the 13 kilometer route covering Altıparmak Caddesi-Atatürk Caddesi-Heykel-Inonu Caddesi-Kibris Sehitleri Caddesi-Kent Square and Dermstadt Street, is now at its end.
With the energy supplied to the system after the paving rails, there will be a new public transportation vehicle in the streets of Bursa.
Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan is expected to launch the trolley which will consist of 6 tracks and will be continuously in the Statue-Garage line.

17 in August;
Prime Minister Erdogan will come to Bursa and press the urban transformation button covering the 45 housing in the 90 province, including the Yildirim district of Bursa. Prime Minister Erdogan is also expected to address the public in Kent Square after this ceremony.
While the AK Party executives continue their work in this direction, the tram that is being exhibited from Kent Square for a long time is expected to be commissioned with the participation of Prime Minister Erdoğan.
In this direction;
The management of the Metropolitan Municipality, which accelerates its initiatives, is almost impatient to put into operation the tram project, which will make a significant contribution to the urban transportation of Bursa and will significantly reduce the vehicle traffic in the city.
Total;
After the first tramway line consisting of 6.5 kilometers has been opened as a passenger transport, the eyes will be converted to the Terminal Line on the Yalova Road, which is now called the T2 line.

Source: Okan TUNA - www.bursahakimiyet.com.t is

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