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Larende Railway Underpass Asphalted

With the cooperation of Karaman Municipality and TCDD, asphalt pavement works were started in Larende underpass within the scope of High Speed ​​Train (YHT) Project. The Larende and the Sumer neighborhood, which will connect the center of the city to the end of the Larende underpass was reached. Karaman Municipality Science Works [more…]


Work Continues in Malatya Northern Belt Road

Malatya Metropolitan Municipality, continues to work on the Northern Belt road, Kaynarca-Melekbaba line intensively. The Metropolitan Municipality, which opens the 13.3 kilometer part of the North Generation road with a total length of 12.1 kilometers, carries out excavation and soil filling works at the Kaynarca-Melekbaba stage. [more…]

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01 Adana

First Stage in Alparslan Türkeş Boulevard

One way to solve the traffic nodes in Adana Metropolitan Municipality Alparslan Turkes Boulevard in the different level intersection project in the direction of the direction of the Kyrgyz Kondur'nin Kurttepe direction of the direction of traffic is opened from May to 19. Adana Metropolitan Municipality's 6 kilometer on Alparslan Turkes Boulevard [more…]

16 Bursa

BURULAŞ Takes the Village to the Transportation Network

He's been talking for years. All the old villages in the countryside could not be included in the public transport network, although they were transformed into a neighborhood connected to the metropolitan area. There were districts that had solved the problem, but some of them could not start the public transport business under the responsibility of the Metropolitan Municipality. Yesterday BURULAŞ General [more…]

05 Amasya

Ambulance Trains in Amasya

Two antique locomotives in Amasya, which museums cannot share, still retain the mystery. According to research, antique locomotives 1. It is estimated that during World War I, during the War of Independence, it used to transport coal and weapons between Istanbul and Anatolia. Amasya can not share the museums [more…]