The Golden Horn Metro Bridge has come to an end: The Golden Horn Metro Crossing Bridge, designed as one of the most important connection points of the public transportation network in Istanbul, has come to an end.
The bridge, whose last parts are added and the feet are finished, is planned to be put into service as soon as possible. Haliç Metro Bridge, the construction of which started in January 2009 and designed as one of the most important connection points of the public transportation network in Istanbul, will serve 1 million passengers a day. Haliç Metro Bridge, which will breathe intense Istanbul traffic, has connections with other metro lines. With the metro bridge that is planned to be opened on 29 October 2013 with Marmaray, both sides of the Golden Horn will come together once again. Istanbul Metro will be united with the bridge, which cost 180 million TL. When the construction of Haliç Metro Pass Bridge, which is one of the most important stages of Istanbul Metro, is completed, passengers boarding from Hacıosman will reach the Yenikapı transfer station without interruption. Passengers here with the Marmaray connection, Kadıköy-Kartal, Bakırköy-Atatürk Airport or Bağcılar-Olimpiyatköyü- will be able to reach Başakşehir in a short time.
The 13 meter-long bridge, built at 430 meters above sea level, has two supporting towers at the 47 meter. In order to prevent any collapses on the bridge whose floor is sloped, the tower feet were immersed from the sea floor to the bottom of the 110 meter. The fever on the bridge continues.