The contract for the 11-kilometer Çiğli Tram was signed

The contract for the construction of the kilometer high-speed tram was signed.
The contract for the construction of the kilometer high-speed tram was signed.

Izmir Metropolitan Mayor Tunç Soyer, Karşıyaka- Signed a contract with the company that won the tender for the construction of the 11-kilometer Çiğli Tramway that will serve between Çiğli. Stating that they continue to weave İzmir with iron nets, Mayor Soyer said, “Çiğli Tramway, which we plan to come into service in 2023, will be an important milestone in our goal of increasing the welfare of İzmir. "Good luck to Çiğli and to all of Izmir."

İzmir Metropolitan Municipality is adding a new one to its rail system investments in line with its goal of bringing public transportation to modern standards. The tram line, which has become one of the important elements of environmentally friendly, economical and comfortable public transportation in İzmir, now extends to Çiğli. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer signed a contract with the company that won the Tender for the Construction of Çiğli Tram.

Speaking at the ceremony held in Izmir Art Theater Hall, Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer stated that they plan to complete the line consisting of 11 stations, 14 kilometers in length, within two years. Karşıyaka Ataşehir-Mavişehir İzban connection, which is about 1 kilometer long, which could not be made during the construction of the tram, due to ownership problems, will also be made within the framework of the construction of this line.
With our projects such as the Buca metro, which is the biggest investment in the history of İzmir, the Narlıdere subway under construction, the Karabağlar-Gaziemir subway, which is currently under construction, and the Çiğli Tramway that brings us together today, we continue to weave İzmir with iron nets. These projects aiming at safe and comfortable public transportation will significantly ease İzmir transportation ”.

We did not give up investment even during the pandemic period

Pointing out that they act with the vision of the least cost and the most benefit in transportation, Soyer said: “'Another Transport is Possible' and we are implementing a comprehensive planning, modern and innovative transportation alternatives to solve the growing transportation problems in our city. We are designing an affordable and comfortable transportation system for citizens, an efficient operating cost for our municipality, and a sustainable transportation system for nature. Even during the pandemic period, when our municipality's revenues decreased significantly, no matter how hard we face, no matter how hard we experience, we have not given up on any of these investments, and we will continue our work without compromising. With our own resources and the new international resources we have created, we resolutely continue to implement our projects that are on the agenda and need of Izmir residents. "

Reliable, unimpeded and comfortable public transportation

Stating that they are working to solve the transportation problem, which is one of the most fundamental problems of the citizens in the city, Soyer completed his speech as follows: “We aim to increase the welfare by providing environmentally friendly, qualified, reliable, barrier-free and comfortable public transportation to all parts of İzmir. I think that Çiğli Tramway, with which we have signed the construction contract today and planned to be put into service in 2023, will be an important milestone in our goal of increasing the welfare of İzmir and I hope it will be beneficial to Çiğli and all of İzmir. "

We want to end early

Nurettin Akdeniz, General Manager of Nurol Construction, the company that will build the Çiğli Tramway, stated that they plan to complete the project earlier, although the duration of the work is 2 years. Noting that they have reached a business volume of 18 billion dollars in many regions in 30 different countries, Akdeniz, I can proudly say that we did not leave any of our work unfinished. We are signing this project in order to present it to the people of İzmir before its time and quality ”.

Çiğli Mayor Utku Gümrükçü, İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Secretary General Dr. Buğra Gökçe, Izmir Metropolitan Municipality council members, municipal bureaucrats attended.

Line 11 kilometers, 14 stations

Anticipated to be completed within two years Karşıyaka Çiğli Tramway, which is the continuation of the tram, is 11 kilometers long and consists of 14 stations. Karşıyaka The line, which will start from Cevreyolu Station, will be connected to Çiğli İstasyonaltı Mahallesi with the connection bridge. Approximately 500 meters of connecting bridge will cross the ring road and there will be pedestrian and bicycle paths as well as the tram line on the bridge. Most of the route was planned as a double line, passing through the middle medians of the existing streets and roads. Line route Karşıyaka The Ring Road Station was planned to serve Ataşehir, Çiğli İstasyonaltı Mahallesi, Çiğli İzban Station, Çiğli Regional Training Hospital, Ata Industrial Zone, Katip Çelebi University and Atatürk Organized Industrial Zone. also Karşıyaka Ataşehir-Mavişehir İzban connection, which is about 1 kilometer long, which could not be made during the construction of the tram, due to ownership problems, will also be made within the framework of the construction of this line.

Tram line will increase to 33,6 kilometers

2017 kilometers in 8,8 KarşıyakaWith the introduction of the 2018 km Konak line in 12,8, tram became one of the most important elements of public transportation in İzmir. With the introduction of Çiğli Tramway, the length of the tram lines in İzmir will reach 33,6 kilometers.

Eco-friendly

The environmentally friendly, fast and comfortable transportation model that will reduce the carbon emission in the city has become stronger with the tram. Thanks to the public transportation investments that Metropolitan Municipality focuses on minimizing fossil fuel consumption in urban transportation, thousands of extra cars are prevented from getting into traffic and polluting the air every day. Each passenger can carry enough passengers to fit on 3 buses at once.

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