Planning error in Konak Tram costly

The planning error in Konak Tram has been costly: As a result of the Metropolitan's shift of the Konak Tram route to the sea side, the coastal arrangement spent 3 million TL last year will be unusable.
Planning error in Konak Tramway, where İzmir Metropolitan Municipality went to the route change 4 times after finalizing the tender last year, was costly. In Konak Tram, starting from Üçkuyular and extending to Halkapınar, with a total length of 12.7 kilometers, the transfer of one of the lines to the sea section by land by Mustafa Kemal Sahil Boulevard was put into service last year by spending 3 million 7 thousand liras. It struck the coastal arrangement, which reached approximately 1.5 kilometers between Üçkuyular and Göztepe Ferry Ports. The fact that the walking and bicycle roads and seating groups built within the scope of the coastal arrangement will be broken and poured during the laying of the rails, said that it would not be that much. Citizens who rebelled against what happened said, “The resulting public damage, embezzlement the bureaucrats that caused it.” Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, last year to solve the public transportation problem. Karşıyaka and started work on the construction of Konak trams. Gülermak Heavy Industry Construction Company received the tender, which was awarded by the Metropolitan as a package, for 182 million 144 thousand lira plus 69 million 153 thousand 255 euro. Site delivery was made with the contractor company. All of this happened right after it is happened. Karşıyaka3 changes were made in Konak and 4 times in Konak Tramway. It was decided to divide the line, which started on the side of Üçkuyular Pazaryeri on the Konak Tramway and reached the Marina Junction, into two, and to shift one of the lines to the coastal part of the coastal road.
COAST OF BEACH
In the meantime, he started work to rearrange the 40 km long coastline from Büyükşehir Çiğli to Güzelbahçe. Within the scope of the 'İzmir Sea Coastal Arrangement Project', the coastline between Konak Pier and Passport was organized by tender afterwards. Also within the scope of the same project, the 1.5 km long coastline between Üçkuyular Ferry Port and Göztepe Ferry Port has been reorganized. The study, which cost approximately 3 million 7 thousand liras and started in February 2014, was completed in April and presented to the use of Izmir. Within the scope of the arrangement, cruise amplifiers, private shore furniture, new piers, plant terraces and special lighting poles, fishing areas, bicycles and disabled roads were built. Granite stones were laid on the pavements in the area where vegetation was also enriched. Göztepe Ferry pier, pedestrian overpass and the area in front of Göztepe Pier have been compromised within the scope of the project. Under the palm trees, Kayıklı Pier Square, created with seating groups specially designed for the shore, a wooden boat statue inspired by Izmir Boat and a durable composite wooden floor arrangement, aimed to have a more enjoyable time while waiting for the ferry. The scandal of the last route change after the coastal arrangement project was completed brought with it.
PROJECT NOT THINKED
Rail laying works started on the land side of Mustafa Kemal Beach Boulevard will start on the shore side in the coming days. The tram line, which will pass from Üçkuyular Marina Junction to the sea side, will pass through the newly organized coast line. When this is the case, an important part of the new coastal landscaping area, which was built by spending 3 million 7 thousand liras, will be damaged during rail laying. As with many projects, here, Izmir will pay for the unplanned projects of Metropolitan. Pedestrian sidewalks and bicycle and disabled walking paths built within the scope of the coastal landscaping project will be broken. The specially created green texture will also have its share of what happened. When this is the case, a significant portion of the 3 million 7 thousand pounds spent will be thrown away.

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