Domestic Tramway Silkworm starts journeys tomorrow

Native tram Silkworm tomorrow begins the journey time: Bursa Metropolitan produced in the Municipality of counseling and 6,5-kilometer Sculpture-Garage which will work in T1 line's first indigenous tram Turkey 'Silkworm' tomorrow (Saturday) hours begins the expedition journey in 11.00.
Under the supervision of the Metropolitan Municipality Durmazlar empty and filled mainly produced by the company successfully completed the driving test Turkey's first local tram 'Silkworm' journey begins on the expedition. The first voyage of İpekböceği, which shows the power of Turkish engineering, will be launched by President Recep Altepe at Kent Square at 11.00 tomorrow.
Bursa first came to the agenda in the year, but the unimaginable electric trolley that they live in the happiness of the voicing of experiencing the Mayor Recep Altepe, the first of both a local tram and urban tram line reminded me of a first. Altepe shared information gathered from historical Bursa archives, vay In 1904, Hacı Kamil Efendi Zade Arif Bey applied to establish and operate an electric tram instead of a horse tram in Bursa. When this did not happen, the right to install and operate electric tram was transferred to the municipality by the shareholder. 1904 In February 17, the son of Süleyman from Mehmed Ali Ağa Payitaht had sent a tram to the municipality as a suitor. According to the specification within two years after the establishment of the establishment of the building is required to start the construction of the desired conditions can not be fulfilled 1905 September 20 Aşkudereli Mehmed Ali Ağa has transferred the rights back to the municipality. As a result of the tender which was repeated later, Oropedi Mauri Matis Efendi signed a contract on 1909 July 12 in Istanbul. The roads of the tram lines were opened and the materials were completed. The construction of the factories for which electricity is needed for the trams has started and some of them have been partially completed. With the intervention of the First World War, when the work stopped, the contract was canceled and the concession was transferred back to the municipality. After World War I, 1913 established a company called Bursa Cer, Tenvir and Kuvve-i Muharrike-i Elektrikiye Turkish Joint Stock Company in June 23. In the same year, the first powerhouse, tram depots and repair shops, namely the current Tedaş building were established. However, due to the use of electricity produced primarily in industry, the desired result could not be taken. 1924 is mandatory according to the last contract signed in 1924 and 4 line has been determined to be preferred with 5. We are proud to bring the tram line which our ecdad started a century ago to Bursa after 9 years. Good luck to all our people. Tüm

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