Station Bridge demolition works for the High Speed Line: Eskişehir Metropolitan Municipality has announced that the demolition works will begin on the Station Bridge due to the construction of the High Speed Train line.
In the statement made, it was stated that, in line with the request of the Metropolitan Municipality, a service line will be built next to the Station Bridge by the State Railways in order to prevent the disruption of tram services during the demolition, and that the Estram services will continue uninterrupted on this line during the demolition. In the statement that the request of the General Directorate of State Railways to demolish the Station Bridge within the scope of the Ankara - Istanbul High Speed Train Project and Eskişehir Station Crossing infrastructure construction was examined and decided by the General Assembly of the Transportation Coordination Center (UKOME), he said: Due to the demolition and the construction of the tramway temporary service road, the direction of Tepebaşı departure from Kızılcıklı Mahmut Pehlivan Street of İsmet İnönü-19 Street to Fabrikalar Street will be closed to traffic for 1 months. Considering that citizens suffer as little as possible, due to the works of High Speed Train and Station Crossing Infrastructure Construction Project, in order to prevent the interruption of the bus station - SSI line Estram tram services, by making a temporary tramway between the ESPARK AVM entrance and Siloönü Street, with the start of the bridge demolition, It was decided to continue on the road. In addition, the part of İsmet İnönü-3 Street between Kızılcıklı Mahmut Pehlivan Street intersection and Fabrikalar Street will be closed to vehicle traffic for 1 months as of September 19, 2013. Accordingly, the streets that intersect with Cengiz Topel Street in the area closed to traffic will also be closed to traffic. Within the scope of these studies, it was stated that during this period, stopping and parking of vehicles on Siloönü Street in both directions of İsmet İnönü-3 Avenue was forbidden.