İzmir Metropolitan Municipality put the Selvili Underground Parking Lot into service in Karabağlar. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer opened the Selvili Underground Parking Lot. Speaking at the ceremony, Tunç Soyer said that parking investments will continue.
Reminding the promise of solving the parking problem in the city with underground and modern car parks as soon as they are on duty, Soyer said, “We have said that we will increase the parking capacity of 62 thousand vehicles to at least 100 thousand vehicles in the shortest time. Today, Karabağlar and İzmir are getting a new and modern parking lot with the Selvili Parking Lot. The square we have created on the parking lot offers a rest to our fellow citizens in Karabağlar with its green texture. Like all our projects, Selvili Parking Lot is a project that is resistant to the climate crisis of Izmir, which is compatible with nature and represents sustainable urbanism. ”
Soyer also thanked former Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Aziz Kocaoğlu, who started the parking lot project in Karabağlar.
Karabağlar Mayor Muhittin Selvitopu thanked those who contributed to the construction of the facility and said, “This investment of our municipality will meet the parking lot and square needs of our district. We will realize many services in Karabağlar together with our Metropolitan Municipality. ”
Besides the Tunç Soyer, the Mayor of İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, CHP Izmir deputies Ednan Arslan and Kani Beko, Mayor of Karabağlar Muhittin Selvitopu, Çeşme Mayor Ekrem Oran, General Secretary of İzmir Metropolitan Municipality. Buğra Gökçe, municipal bureaucrats, councilors, mukhtars and citizens attended.
Selvili Underground Parking Lot with a capacity of 160 vehicles and 38 motorcycles. The parking lot, which was realized with an investment of 18,9 million liras, is two-storey. The parking lot consists of 6 thousand 960 square meters of parking space and landscaping.
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The top of the parking lot was designed as a square. There are seating areas, walking paths and ceremonial grounds in the square. In the middle of the square, a pavilion tree was planted down to the ground in a specially designed tree pit. The green amp, which was organized as a green area with the square, raised the level between the stream and the square, making the square sheltered in line with climate-resistant urban strategies.