Mecidiyeköy-Camlica cable car project canceled

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Mecidiyeköy-Çamlıca cable car project has been canceled: The Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Kadir Topbaş's Mecidiyeköy-Zincirlikuyu-Altunizade-Çamlıca Cable Car Line Project, which is one of the promises of the election, was canceled.

The Mecidiyeköy-Çamlıca cable car project, which had been spoken for months, was canceled. The project was to carry passengers to the mosque built by President Erdoğan in Çamlıca. The proposal for the annulment of the cable car project, which also includes the 10 station on the 6 kilometer line and which was included in the 2016 budget program of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM), was discussed at the IMM Assembly on July. In the report of the Reconciliation and Public Works Commission, different transportation alternatives were studied on the cable car route between Mecidiyeköy-Zincirlikuyu-Altunizade-Camlica and therefore the cable car project was abandoned. The Commission found the cancellation of the project to be of public interest. The decision of annulment was approved by the CHP and AKP members.

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CHP Group Sözcüzu Tonguç Çoban reminded that the project was very controversial and said it was impossible to realize it as a party. Çoban said, “The vote was collected from the citizens on this project. She wasn't able to.

For the preparation of the project, IMM reported a specific resource. Now the public has suffered damage. Şimdi The AKP group also announced that the project was abandoned because the single-wire ropeway would create problems.