Metropolitan Municipality decided to move the trees in the middle median in the Ata Industrial Zone without any damage due to the Çiğli tram works. The trees will be maintained in İzmir Metropolitan Municipality's Buca Fırat Nursery, and will be used in green areas in the same area after the tram works.
With Cigli KarşıyakaIzmir Metropolitan Municipality, which continues its construction works on the 11-kilometer-long Çiğli Tramway, will transport the trees in the central median in Çiğli Ata Industrial Zone to prevent damage. The Metropolitan Municipality, which has carried out comprehensive tree detection in the region, has carefully removed 9 trees, including 13 plane trees, 2 pine trees, 2 mulberries, 4 black pepper, one fig, one vine and 32 olives, all of which are portable, and the Buca Fırat Department of the Department of Parks and Gardens. He will take him to his nursery. Trees will be uprooted in accordance with its technique. These trees, which will be maintained and protected in the nursery, will be used in green areas in the same area after the tram operation. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Karşıyaka and Konak tram lines, enriching the green texture on the route of Çiğli Tramway with additional trees and plants.
New arrangement for car park
Due to the rail laying works to be carried out in the Ata Sanayi area, vehicle parks will not be built in the middle reserve. After the works, both sides of the tram line will be arranged to allow vehicle parking. The work that will start on 30 June will be completed in 6 months.
Environmentally friendly public transportation
Çiğli Tramway, which is one of the important projects of İzmir Metropolitan Municipality that will bring a new breath to environmentally friendly, economical and comfortable urban transportation, 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. 2017 kilometers in 8,8 KarşıyakaWith the commissioning of the 2018-kilometer Konak line in 12,8, the tram became one of the most important elements of public transportation in Izmir. With the opening of the Çiğli Tramway, the length of the tram lines in İzmir will reach 33,6 kilometers. Çiğli Tramway will be completed in two years with an investment of 414 million lira.