Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Havaray Projects

The work on the financing model of the Bostancı - Ataşehir - Ümraniye line construction tender, which is planned to be realized in the first phase, has started.

Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Directorate of Rail Systems
New developments have been recorded. According to the information received by the Investments Magazine; In the first phase, the work on the financing model of the Bostancı - Ataşehir - Ümraniye Havaray tender was initiated.

The officials we interviewed on the issue noted that studies were carried out on Public - Private Partnership or foreign loan models for the project and the issue will be clarified in the coming days. In case the project is carried out with foreign credit, the approval of Ministry of Development will be applied. After receiving the necessary approvals, tender proposals will be made in the second half of this year and the companies will be asked for proposals. Surveys about the completed project
772.3 is expected to cost $ 1 million.

The Project, which is planned to combine the Financial Center with the D-100 Highway, Kadıköy - Kartal Metro Line, Marmaray and Üsküdar - Ümraniye-Çekmeköy Metro Line, is planned to be constructed in Bostancı - Kozyatağı - Ataşehir - Ümraniye - Çakmak route. Authorities, other Havaray lines are in the study phase, and the studies will begin in the coming days they noted.

The mileage cost of these lines along with the vehicles is calculated as 25 million dollars. The average 40-50 thousand passengers a day with Havaray is planned to be transported. Havaray projects in the survey phase were determined as follows:

  • Şişli (Zincirlikuyu) - Beşiktaş - Sarıyer (Rumeli Hisar Üstü) - (4.5 kilometers long)
  • Eagle -D-100 (3 kilometers long)
  • Beyoğlu - Şişhane (5,5 kilometers long)
  • Sabiha Gokcen Airport - Formula (7,7 kilometers long)
  • Maltepe - Başıbüyük (3,6 kilometers long)
    1. Levent - Gultepe - Celiktepe - Levent (5,5)
  • Sefakoy - Kuyumcukent Airport (7,2 kilometers long)

Source: Investments

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