Location studies for the Düldüle Teleferik project are starting: Approval was obtained from the governorship for the cable car to Düldül, which costs around 25-30 million (Trillion) TL, and the prepared file was delivered to DOĞAKA in Ankara.
Düziçi Mayor Ökkeş Namlı said that he will make a significant contribution to the promotion and economic gain of Düzıkı and he stated that he left a thousand TL grant for the cable car and his surveys would start shortly.
Düldül, which has a total distance of 3.700, has a joint operation between Düziçi Municipality, Special Administration, Doğaka and Osmaniye Korkut Ata University for the cable car, and said, D We are doing a joint work. The project will be prepared by a team of experts connected to OCD. In the coming days, Düldül will be visited and the geographic features of the region, wind and air currents, along with measurements of the rails will carry the location determination will be determined. Location for transportation and accommodation. When this project is completed, Düziçi will be better known both at home and abroad, and economic input will be provided to our district. Everyone will understand the importance of this ropeway when the project starts. Proje
Namlı, this project will change the project, you will find the opportunity to follow one of the different projects with this project. For example, nature sports, water sports. For example, we have a series of studies within the scope of thermal tourism within the scope of thermal tourism. In addition to the economic inputs that will be left by domestic and foreign tourists to our district, our presentation will also bring Düziçini to the top. Citizens will be in line for taking pictures at the cable cars and at the appropriate points. In Germany, they expect 30-40 minutes for a photo shoot. He also concluded his words saying. I believe that many big tourism companies will start to come up with different projects for investment Düz.
The cable car project to be implemented in Düldül will have the same characteristics as the cable car system installed in the Alps in Germany at the height of 1700.