Izmir Metropolitan Municipality and the Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) was established in partnership Izmir Commuter Transportation System Joint Stock Company (İZBAN) is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
In the written statement made by İZBAN, it was stated that İZBAN, who carried its first passenger on August 30, 2010, the anniversary of the Great Victory, served nearly 10 million passengers in the last 720 years. In the first stage, İZBAN, which was working in 80 kilometers and 31 stations between Aliağa and Cumaovası, is still reported to make 41 trips per day on 136 kilometers between Aliağa and Selçuk, with 275 stations.
İZBAN, Izmir Commuter System, or If you have chosen alias, Turkey's third largest city, serving commuter train system in Izmir, Izmir Metropolitan Municipality and TCDD partnership was implemented. There are forty-one stations on the 136-kilometer railway line between İzmir's Aliağa and Selçuk districts. This feature is in line with Turkey's longest urban commuter line location. Passenger transportation in İZBAN started on 30 August 2010.