The trees in the central median on the Mudanya road, where Bursaray Emek - City Hospital line construction will take place, are removed and transferred to the afforestation area in Hamitler.
Manufacturing continues on the Emek-Şehir Hospital Rail System Line, which was designed by the Metropolitan Municipality in order to ensure uninterrupted transportation to Bursa City Hospital, which draws the burden of Bursa's health services significantly with a total bed capacity of 6 in 355 different hospitals. The work on the Mudanya highway of the 6.1-kilometer 4-station line, which was transferred to the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure by the decision of the Council of Ministers, does not slow down. The Metropolitan Municipality, which takes every precaution to prevent problems in traffic due to the closure of the main road within the scope of the works, transfers the traffic to the rearranged side road within the scope of the project, which will progress step by step. The Metropolitan Municipality, which takes all necessary precautions to prevent any disruption in traffic during the time the Mudanya road is closed, creates a new route as an alternative to the main road in Geçit Mahallesi. Excavation and filling works continue on the road, which is planned to be 10 meters wide and 1000 meters long at the first stage.
trees are moving
While the works of the contractor company and the works of the Metropolitan Municipality regarding the alternative route continue, a mobilization has now been started to save the trees on the route where the line will pass. The trees in the central median on the Mudanya road, where Bursaray Emek - City Hospital line construction will take place, are removed and transferred to the afforestation area in Hamitler. The Metropolitan Municipality, with its 'green' sensitivity, will continue to keep alive those that can be transported close to 60 trees on the line with this method. The teams make great efforts to prevent even a single tree from being damaged during the work that started at midnight to prevent traffic disruption.