Trees to be Removed for Çiğli Tram Line Will Return to Their Place!

The trees to be inserted for the raw tram line will be returned to their place
The trees to be inserted for the raw tram line will be returned to their place

Within the scope of the Çiğli Tram Line construction work tendered by the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, Karşıyaka The trees in the area where the line connection bridge will pass over the ring road will be removed and transferred to the Buca Fırat Nursery until the construction is completed. When the line is put into service, trees will be replanted at suitable points on the route. In addition, new afforestation will be made.

The construction work of Çiğli Tram, which was tendered by İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Rail Systems Department, continues rapidly. Within the scope of the works of the contractor firm, Karşıyaka The construction of the connection bridge that will pass over the ring road is also starting. Before the works, which are planned to last approximately 12 months, the trees in the region will be removed by considering the appropriate seasonal conditions and transferred to the Buca Fırat Nursery. The trees that will be kept alive here will be planted in suitable places around the line once the works are finished. Extra afforestation will be made in line with landscaping regulations.

Line 11 kilometers, 14 stations

The 11 km long Çiğli Tram, which is planned to be completed in two years, Karşıyaka It will be a continuation of the tram. Karşıyaka The line, which will start from the Cevreyolu Station, will be connected to Çiğli İstasyonaltı Mahallesi with a connection bridge. The approximately 500-meter connection bridge will pass over the ring road and the bridge will have pedestrian and bicycle paths as well as the tram line. Most of the route was planned as a double line, passing through the medians of existing streets and roads. Line route with 14 stations Karşıyaka The Ring Road Station was planned to serve Ataşehir, Çiğli İstasyonaltı Mahallesi, Çiğli İzban Station, Çiğli Regional Training Hospital, Ata Industrial Zone, Katip Çelebi University and Atatürk Organized Industrial Zone. also Karşıyaka During the construction of the tram, the Ataşehir-Mavişehir İZBAN connection, which can not be made due to property problems, will be made within the framework of the construction of this line.

The length will increase to 33,6 kilometers

2017 kilometers in 8,8 KarşıyakaAfter the 2018-kilometer Konak lines came into operation in 12,8, the tram became one of the important elements of public transportation in Izmir. With the commissioning of the Çiğli Tram, the length of the tram lines in İzmir will reach 33,6 kilometers.



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