Where Does Düzce's Nostalgic Tram Go?

where is the nostalgic tram of the flat
where is the nostalgic tram of the flat

Where Does Düzce's Nostalgic Tram Go ?; The tram, which was built by Düzce former Mayor Mehmet Keleş within the scope of Istanbul Street Pedestrianization Project, was built by the new Mayor. Faruk Özlü rails disassembled history. The tram, which was left to rot in the station before serving properly the people of Düzce, was loaded behind a tow truck this morning and who knows where it went…

ÖncütvAccording to the news; “With the last Mayor of 3, Istanbul Street turned into a puzzle. During the first presidential term, Istanbul Keles expressed the idea of ​​shutting down Istanbul Street to traffic.

Keleş hung up, Moon opened

2017 Istanbul Street, which was closed to vehicle traffic within the scope of Düzce Municipality Pedestrianization Project in July, was reopened on December 3 with the request of Mayor Dursun Ay and “Provincial Traffic Commission” decision.

Düzceli saw the tram one, not one

Increasing problems in traffic, criminal sanctions in response to bike and motorcycle drivers continue to enter the road and the tradesman's work to be re-opened for reasons such as the reasons for re-opening the face of laughing with this decision, hundreds of thousands of pounds spent but often malfunctioned nostalgic tram after a while he was pulled to the station not to go further. In the minds, the money left in vain for this project.

Extracted from the root

After the 31 March Local Elections, Dr. Faruk Özlü has prepared a comprehensive project on the grounds that Istanbul Street, the heart of Düzce, has become more modern. As a result of the interviews with the experts, tram rails were dismantled in line with the final project and the bicycle path was built instead.

Loaded to tow truck

15 July Martyrs Park was left to rot in the station next to the fate of the tram was the subject of curiosity. The tram, which did not make any statements about how to be evaluated by the municipal authorities, was loaded into a tow truck this morning and departed. The dream of former President Keleş, who wanted to create Istanbul's famous Istiklal Street atmosphere in the heart of Düzce, turned into reality for a short while, and then he drove away in the chassis of the tractor.

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