Suburban proposal for Istanbul Third Airport

Suburban proposal for Istanbul Third Airport
The metro is almost impossible as Istanbul's third airport will be far away from the city. So the best is suburban.
1- A railway line was built starting from Çatalca train station to the village of Garipçe, where one leg of the new Bosphorus bridge will be located, and goes through the northern villages; Istanbul Third Airport will depart from a region between Haraççı and Kayabaşı by separating a line to the north.
2 - Çatalca-Garipçe line, Çatalca-Airport, Garipçe-Airport.
3- Cars going from Çatalca to the Airport will travel between Haraççı-Airport and the vehicles coming from Garipçe will go at a higher speed between Kayabaşı-Airport.
How will the region be transported?
1- Marmaray should be extended to Çatalca station and rail transportation should be provided from the coastal region.
2- IETT in Silivri-Çatalca Station, Büyükçekmece-Çatalca Station and Avcılar Metrobus-Hadımköy New Station should open the lines of the southern districts from Silivri to Avcılar.
3- If we can see Trakya trains and one day, the Thrace YHT will stop in Çatalca, so the Thracians will be enabled to use the airport effectively.
4 - IETT lines can be opened from the Zeytinburnu, Esenler, Bağcılar, Bayrampaşa, Eyüp and Gaziosmanpaşa districts to Habibler New Station and transportation to the airport can be reached.
5- Besiktas-Sarıyer subway and M2 Hacıosman-Çayırbaşı extensions and bosphorus and Haliç districts should be reached to the airport and even to the airport.
6- If the Bakırköy-Başakşehir metro is extended to Başakşehir New Station, transportation to the airport can be provided for the people in the regions where M3 passes.
7- Harem, Üsküdar metro station and Kadıköy With the IETT lines to be opened from the metro station to Tarabya New Station, the people living on the Anatolian Side should be able to use the new airport.
NOTE: IMM or UBAK has no such project. This project is just a proposal.

Source : emrenmert

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