Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Dr. Memduh Büyükkılıç supervised the works of the Anafartalar-Terminal-City Hospital-Nuh Naci Yazgan University-Mobilyakent Tram Line, which is one of the projects carried out to make the transportation of the city more comfortable, and said, "Our works continue without interruption."
President Büyükkılıç, who examined the tram line works on site, was accompanied by Deputy Secretary General Hamdi Elcuman, Deputy Secretary General Bayar Özsoy and Project Manager of the contractor firm Hasan Tahsin Özarslan.
“WE STRIVE TO END IT A MOMENT”
Getting information from Project Manager Özarslan about the Anafartalar-Terminal-Şehir Hospital-Nuh Naci Yazgan University-Mobilyakent Tram Line Project works, Metropolitan Mayor Dr. Memduh Büyükkılıç stated that they are making an effort to complete the work here as soon as possible and said:
“The construction work of our 7-kilometer line, which starts in the Tınaztepe-Anafartalar region, from our current terminal building, then in front of our City Hospital, which is our pride, including our furniture city, which passes for the sake of our Nuh Naci Yazgan University and next to KUMSMALL, continues rapidly. I especially thank our contractor company. They continue to work with the municipality in harmony with the culture. In solidarity with our necessary infrastructure organizations, we are making an effort to finish it as soon as possible. As you know, our tram line in our Talas region continues.”
“TRAMWAY LINES WILL HAVE REACHED 48 KILOMETER IN TOTAL”
In his review, President Büyükkılıç stated that with the completion of both the Anafartalar-Terminal-Şehir Hospital-Nuh Naci Yazgan University-Mobilyakent Tram Line and the Talas Mevlana Mahallesi-Furkan Doğan Yurdu Tram Line, the total tram length will reach 48 kilometers. After the completion of both the Talas line and the line in this region, it will have reached a tram line of 48 kilometers in total. Among these works, there are 11 tram cars. I especially thank our President and the Minister of Transport.”