Karşıyaka Tram Line Route and Karşıyaka Tram Stations

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Alaybey of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Karşıyaka The route of the tram line to be established on the 10-kilometer route between Mavişehir was approved by the General Directorate of DLH. The tram line, which is planned to have 15 stops and 17 vehicles, operates in a double line and catenary system, including round trips.

İzmir Metropolitan Municipality continues to work for tram lines that will implement the subway system in a complementary manner and bring a new breath to the traffic in the city. In this context, one of the three tram lines Karşıyaka tram route was approved by DLH General Directorate of Ministry of Transport.

Application Project is ready Karşıyaka tram Alaybey'den by the coast Bostanlı Pier, from there Ismail Sivri Street, Cemal Gursel Street, Sehit Cengiz Topel Street, Selcuk Yasar Street and Cahar Dudayev Boulevard followed by Izban Cigli Warehouse facilities next to Mavisehir Suburban Station.

Tender preparation for Konak tram began

On the other hand, between İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, F.Altay Square, Konak-Halkapınar, 13 stop and 19 distance between 21 and Konak tramway and 5,5 stop and 9 stop and 10 vehicles and Şirinyer-DEÜ. Tınaztepe Campus also works for tram lines. While waiting for the approval of DLH for Buca tramway, construction tender preparation for the Konak tramway continues.

With the implementation of these planned tram lines, public transportation will be carried out by tram lines instead of buses. Tram lines, cheap and cost can be made quickly, the complementary function of the metro system, the city will add to the daily life in terms of harmony with the harmony of the city and the tire wheeled public transportation, such as traffic and air pollution are the highlights of eliminating the negative elements.


Izmir Konak Tram

Rail laying works on the T2 (Fahrettin Altay – Halkapınar) Tram Line, the second leg of the Izmir tram project, started in November 2015. Upon the discovery of historical artifacts on Şair Eşref Boulevard during the construction works, İzmir No. 1 Regional Board of Cultural and Natural Heritage decided to move the historical artifacts to the museum for documentation and preservation. The tram line, whose test drives started in February 2018, was put into service on March 24, 2018. On the T2 line, approximately 92.000 passengers are transported daily.

After the tram line starts from Fahrettin Altay, it continues separately from the land and sea side of the boulevard along Mustafa Kemal Sahil Boulevard and converges at the 15 July Democracy Martyrs Square in front of Mithatpaşa Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School and continues on its way from the sea side. After passing Konak Pier, follow Cumhuriyet Boulevard, reach Gazi Boulevard and then Şair Eşref Boulevard, and follow Ali Çetinkaya Boulevard and Ziya Gökalp Boulevard. Continuing from Atatürk Street, the line divides again in front of Alsancak Train Station. Following the Martyrs Street in the way and the Liman Street in the return direction, it rejoins at the Meles Bridge and reaches Halkapınar.

Transfers can be made from the T2 line to the Halkapınar, Konak and Fahrettin Altay stations of the İzmir metro, to the Alsancak and Halkapınar stations of İZBAN, to the Üçkuyular, Göztepe, Karantina and Konak piers of İZDENİZ, and to the buses operated by ESHOT and İZULAŞ.

Izmir Konak Tram Stops

Konak tram (T2) is a 19 km long tram line with 12,8 stations built as a part of the Izmir tram. The first station of the tram line, which was put into service on March 24, 2018, is Fahrettin Altay, and the last station is Halkapınar. 21 vehicles serve on the tram line. The journey on the line takes approximately 41 minutes from start to finish.

  • Halkapınar
  • University
  • Coal gas
  • Alsancak Stadium
  • Alsancak Gar
  • Atatürk Sports Hall
  • Hocazade Mosque
  • Kulturpark Ataturk High School
  • Gazi Boulevard
  • Mansion
  • Karatas
  • Quarantine
  • Bridge
  • Mr. Sadik
  • Göztepe
  • Güzelyali
  • Üçkuyular
  • Fahrettin Altay


İzmir Karşıyaka Streetcar

The tram line starts from Alaybey as a single line. Karşıyaka It continues as a double line after Iskele. The tram follows Cemal Gürsel Avenue, Hasan Ali Yücel Boulevard, 2018. Street, Şehit Cengiz Topel Street, Selçuk Yaşar Street and Cahar Dudayev Boulevard from the coast, and reaches Ataşehir near Mavişehir Train Station and ends here. Work is underway to extend the line from Ataşehir to Mavişehir Train Station and from Cevreyolu stop to Çiğli.

İzmir Karşıyaka Tram Stations

Karşıyaka tram (T1) is a tram line with 14 stations and a length of 8,8 km, built as a part of the Izmir tram. The first station of the tram line, which was put into service on April 11, 2017, is Alaybey, and the last station is Ataşehir. 17 vehicles serve on the tram line.

Alaybey of İZBAN from the T1 line, Karşıyaka and Mavişehir stations, İZDENİZ Karşıyaka and Bostanlı piers and buses operated by ESHOT and İZULAŞ.

  • Flat
  • Ring road
  • Mavişehir
  • MKAtaturk Sports Hall
  • Science Museum
  • atakent
  • Contact Selçuk directly
  • Provincial House
  • Bazaar
  • Bostanli Iskele
  • Dolphins
  • Wedding Palace
  • Karşıyaka Scaffolding
  • Alaybey

📩 09/04/2023 18:18


  1. The following question is correct and necessary: ​​Do tram lines in Istanbul and BG are dividing both sides of the road? İZBAN is an LR-Suburban train and travels on a protected line. Therefore, both sides of the route are divided. Tram, on the other hand, is only divided in pedestrian crossings in such a way that it prevents sudden or even jumps, such as steel bollards, signals, obstacles, etc. Apart from that, it is open to pedestrian crossings. (Unless otherwise thought…) If it is to be generalized, the division in question is also happening due to the coastal boulevard and similar roads.
    The attention of the pedestrian is a separate problem in our country and is generally valid. First of all, the training of pedestrian and vehicle drivers should be started immediately and firstly at crossings and zebra pedestrian crossings. This is a wound and anguish that should be started and continued with vehicles belonging to the civilian authority and similar levels, traffic police, police, municipal… all official services. As you know, there is an analogy between the imam and the congregation… As a result, our people MUST be taught and learned about respect and courtesy first and the rules of the work afterwards! The main problem is here!
    Best regards
    MB Shenkok
    (Extremely fast and guideway systems specialist)

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