Foundation for the 71 Million TL Cable Car Project in Kartepe

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The foundation of the Teleferic Project, which will combine Kartepe with Samanlı Mountains, was laid with a ceremony. The project is expected to cost 100 Million TL.

Kartepe's 50 annual dream of the ropeway project was awarded on September 2017 and ground delivery on March 2018. 71 Million TL project was laid foundation at the Derbent Mountain Road-Polygon Area. Mayor of Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality İbrahim Karaosmanoğlu, Mayor of Metropolitan Municipality, Assoc.Prof.Dr. Provincial Mufti Yusuf Dogan, Provincial Women Branch President Serpil Yilmaz, Provincial Youth Branch President Emre Kahraman, Provincial Culture and Tourism Director Adnan Zamburkan, district protocol and citizens attended.

500 THOUSAND YEARS

Valter Elevator Company will make the project to reach the summit of Samanlı Mountains by watching Izmit Bay and Sapanca Lake at the same time. 71 Million TL project is expected to cost around 100 Million TL. The cable car line to be constructed with Build-Operate-Transfer model will be bi-directional and 3 rope. With the project, which is expected to serve at least 500 thousand people per year, the tourism potential of the district will increase.

24 ADVERTISING CABIN WILL 10 PERSON

The first stage of the cable car line between the Hikmetiye-Derbent Kuzu Yayla Recreation area, the 4 bin 960 meter line will be operated by the contracting company for the 29 year. The cable car line will be 4.67 km long. 15 mast, 2 station station will be constructed within the scope of the project. The carrier rope width will be 10 meters. Total 24 units will be equipped with 10 cabinets. The ropeway line will go on the poles with 11.06 meters ranging from 45.95 meters. Hikmetiye Station 20 One thousand square meters, Kuzuyayla Station will also serve in the area of ​​3 Bin 644 square meters.

BUSINESS AND ITS WILL BE A DOOR

Valter Company General Manager Murat Ağcabağ, em Hotel, sports facility, recreation facility and Kartepemizin 50 was the annual dream. We are proud to have nail to our company to realize this imaginary. We will complete the project in the given time to serve our people. This project will enable not only the nature lovers of our country but also domestic and foreign tourists. Tens of young people in our region will be the gate of work and love. Bölge Adnan Zanburkan, Director of Culture and Tourism, said,. Today we are living a historic day. Kartepe Kocaeli is the shining star in tourism. Another star is added to this star. It will contribute greatly to the development of the region's tourism. Kocaeli is a city of culture and tourism.

KOCAELİ'S DOOR OPENED TO THE WORLD IS KARTEPE

Kartepe Mayor Hüseyin Üzülmez who came to the rostrum between the applause Belediye Teleferik Project will be done with the latest technology without destroying our nature and environment. 2014 is a journey that we started in the middle of the year. The most beautiful cable car project in the world will be in Kartepe. I've been to many ropeway projects. Sea or mountain views are available. The Kartepe Ropeway will be different from other projects with a view of the sea, the lake and the sea. The second leg of the Teleferic Project will have views of Sapanca Lake. In addition to watching the natural beauties of Kartepe, a very important contribution to tourism will be provided. The municipality is made without any payment from the safe. Kartepe is the gate of Kocaeli to tourism Kocaeli.

SIGNED BIGGEST INVESTMENTS

Bin The number of tourists coming to Kocaeli comes from 51 to Kartepe, ye said President Üzülmez. UM 500 bin tourists visited our district. In addition to our district, 1.5 Million tourists will come with the cable car project.

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