The İZBAN Torbalı line is now in Bergama: İZBAN's Torbalı line has been officially put into service. The number of stations of İZBAN, which reached the 110-kilometer line, increased from 32 to 38 with the ceremony held with the participation of İzmir Deputy Binali Yıldırım, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications. Minister Yıldırım, who distributed red carnations to the citizens since February 14 was Valentine's Day at the opening, gave the good news that he gave instructions for the solution of the problems experienced in İZBAN flights and that the trips will become more frequent in a short time. Stating that they connected Torbalı to Aliağa, Yıldırım said, “Today we are opening a good project in cooperation between the central government and the local government. Bergama Line will be put into service this year and Selçuk Line next year. With Selçuk and Bergama coming into service, İZBAN will become the longest rail public transportation system in the world. When it comes to service, politics is detail. We will fulfill the projects of Izmir one by one ”. Speaking at the ceremony, Mayor of Metropolitan Municipality Aziz Kocaoğlu said, “This project is out of unity and solidarity. "Our goal is to carry 550 thousand passengers a day." The words of Minister Yıldırım and Mayor Kocaoğlu were interrupted by the slogans chanted by opposing groups. Both Yıldırım and Kocaoğlu invited the crowd to calm.