Kayseride Rail System Will Stop On Düvenönü-Organized Line for 8 Days: Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Planning and Rail System Department Head Ferhat Bingöl stated that since the underpass will pass under the rail system at the Highways Junction, bored pile and other productions will be made on the rail system line for the underpass work. Bingöl stated that due to these studies, the operation of the rail system in the specified section should be stopped between February 3 and February 11.
Due to the overpass and overpass work carried out by the Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality at the Highways Junction, the Rail System will not be able to serve on the Düvenönü-Organized Industrial route between 3-11 February. Those who want to go to the Organized Industry by rail system will be transported by bus transfer from Düvenönü Station.
The work carried out by Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality at the Junction of Highways is continuing to relieve traffic and ensure uninterrupted flow. Due to the studies carried out, the rail system service will not be available for a while between Düvenönü-Organize Sanayi. 3 Starting from February to 11 February, all stations from Düvenönü Station to Organized Industrial Station will be closed to service.
Ferhat Bingöl, Head of Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Planning and Rail System Department, stated that they are expecting an understanding from the citizens due to the situations that will occur due to the works carried out for the relief and uninterrupted traffic. Expressing that the underpass will be under the rail system at the Highways Intersection, Bingöl said that the rail system should be stopped in the specified section between February 3 and February 11 because of these studies.
Bingöl said, “Our passengers will continue to move on the Ildem - Düvenönü line and between Talas - Meydan with a rail system without any problems. However, the transportation of our passengers between Organize Sanayii and Düvenönü will be carried out by buses. We expect the understanding of all our passengers due to the discomfort we have given, and we present to all our citizens that we will work 24 hours a day to complete our work as soon as possible. ”