The Ministry of Transportation of Istanbul's Metro will Finish: Metro constructions, which are produced as a solution to the transportation problem of Istanbul, one of the most crowded cities in the world, continue at full speed.
The 5 metro lines planned to be built in the province and the Otogar-Bağcılar-Başakşehir-Olimpiyatköy subways, which have not been completed since 2006, have now been transferred to the Ministry of Transportation.
Accordingly, the 5 metro lines planned to be built in the province and the Bus Terminal-Bağcılar-Başakşehir-Olimpiyatköy subways, which have not been completed since 2006, will be ministered. While the metro constructions, which are produced as a solution to the transportation problem of Megakent Istanbul, continue at full speed, the Marmaray studies carried out by the Ministry of Transportation, as well as the metro lines undertaken by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, continue. To be completed by the end of the year KadıköyIn addition to the Kaynarca subway, the tender will be launched in August for Üsküdar-Çekmeköy-Ümraniye subway. In Marmaray, which is regarded as the project of the century, the first time is planned to be held on October 29, 2013, while the first flights are planned to start in September of this year in the bus station of Otogar-Bağcılar-Başakşehir-Olimpiyatköy. New underground lines are being designed as well as ongoing construction on both sides. However, last year, the Council of Ministers handed over the construction of 86 different metro lines in Istanbul, which are 5 km long, to the Ministry of Transport, upon the decision to transfer the construction of urban rail systems to the Ministry of Transport.
Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy subway, which is planned to be tendered in August, will be built by the ministry. Extending from Beşiktaş to Mahmutbey, which was brought to the tender stage after feasibility and implementation projects Kabataş-Beşiktaş-Alibeyköy-Mahmutbey metro will be offered to the citizens by the ministry. The Ministry also undertook the construction of the 9-kilometer Bakırköy (İDO) -İncirli-Kirazlı and the 7-kilometer-long Yenikapı-İncirli metro line, which will be tendered in Istanbul. The 25-kilometer line that will connect Bakırköy and Beylikdüzü is one of the rail systems taken over by the ministry.