Tekkeköy Municipality Minister Hasan Togar gave the start of the giant project that he planned to use as a bicycle and walking path of the 7,5-kilometer TCDD line, which starts from Tekkeköy center and extends to the petrol office filling facilities.
Stating that they share the excitement of implementing a new and exemplary project, Hasan Togar, Mayor of Tekkeköy, said, "We have started another big project, which is of great importance for our city and our district and is the first and only one in the region."
Providing information about the project, President Togar said, “With our bicycle and walking path project we will build on the 7,5 km railway line belonging to the idle TCDD, which starts from our district center, passes through the middle of Kurtuluş, Cumhuriyet and Kerimbey Neighborhoods and reaches the oil office filling facilities through our industries. We have also laid the foundations for a new modern living space. With our bicycle and walking path project, the foundations of a very different living space will rise step by step among the magnificent natural beauties in the greenery that has remained hidden until now.
With our bicycle and walking trail project, which will add value to the value of our Kurtuluş, Cumhuriyet and Kerimbey Neighborhoods, and increase their prestige, new different living spaces will emerge with modern structures and settlements in these areas. We transform the idle railway line of the State Railways into a magnificent location that can be used by everyone from seven to seventy, 365 days a year, by building bicycle and walking paths. The longest bicycle path of the Black Sea, which is 7,5 km long and 130.000 square meters, will be created for sports and walking areas and our two large industries, our three small industries and those who work here will be able to go with their bicycles. We have started our work to bring the exemplary project that thousands of people living in our city can use as a sports and walking path to our city and district. Good luck to our district and our city, ”he said.