Konya's veteran trams carry Bosnians; The first trams made in Konya in 1992 and the trams brought from Germany were sent to Bosnia and Herzegovina's capital Sarajevo with the decision taken during the Tahir Akyürek period.
After the training of the citizens in Konya and all the tests were done, 28 September 1992 started the public operation free of charge on the 10,5 kilometer section between Alaaddin and Cumhuriyet.
With the interest in the rail system, 16 additional trams were purchased during the 1995-96 years to meet the intense demands for the rail system that initially served with the 25 trams.
By the year 2001, 26 trams were purchased from Germany and the fleet was expanded. Thus, Konya's tram fleet has increased to 51.
Later, the tramway in Konya was completely renewed on the grounds that the needs of the population were not met and also because it did not adapt to the climate of Konya.
With the renovation process, 12 from Germany's Skoda company brought a total of 72 trams to Konya.
The old trams of Konya carry bosnals. The trams, which were given to Konya from Sarajevo as a gift, both strengthened the bridges of brotherhood between the two cities and caused a sense of Konya breeze on the streets of Sarajevo.
The people of Bosnia and Herzegovina will also like the trams, which often share photos from their social media accounts.
So much so that the names of Konya's stops are still in the tram and remain unchanged.Dominance)