Istanbul Metro will be 300km

Dursun Balcıoğlu, Head of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) Rail System Department, announced that the rail system utilization rate, which is still 13 percent, is very low, and that the rail system utilization rate is expected to increase to 2016 percent after the completion of some departments in 31.
Infrastructure financing sources that UniCredit Group, the company that brings together industry, "7th Turkey Infrastructure Finance Conference" was held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Istanbul today.
Dursun Balcıoğlu, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) Rail System Head, Dursun Balcıoğlu made a presentation and shared the view of Istanbul today and tomorrow with the participants.
Stating that Istanbul accommodates more than many European countries with 13.600.000 thousand registered residents, Balcıoğlu said that the city has a consolidated budget of $ 11.4 billion. Balcıoğlu shared the following information in his speech:
In Istanbul;
Citizens perform an 24 million journey per day,
1.1 million people crossing Asia-Europe,
Every day, the average 400 participates in the new car traffic,
Number of vehicles registered in traffic 3 million,
1000 cars fall to 45 person,
75 percent of the vehicles circulate in traffic,
While rubber wheeled vehicles such as minibuses and buses provide 83 percent of the transportation; The rail system carries 13 percent and the sea vehicles 3 percent.
After the completion of the rail systems currently under construction in 2016, the rail system utilization rate is projected to increase to 31 percent,
With the commissioning of Marmaray, a 3 km long rail system will be put into operation within 300 years, and according to the Transportation Master plan, a 2023 km long metro network is planned to be established in Istanbul in 640.
IMM up to £ 2004 billion invested since 43 to carry the information that Balcioglu, 26 per cent of the budget allocated to public investments in Turkey, noting that spent in Istanbul.

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