Without the metro Maslak business center would not be: Istanbul's growing day by day and now can not fit in a city that no doubt the most popular investment in recent years 'Metro'. This road, which is used to build Istanbul with iron nets, breathes life in Istanbul and revitalizes the neighborhoods.
The first thing that everyone in Europe sees is probably the rail network that connects the whole city. However, after the New York Metro, built in 1863 with London, which was put into service at 1868, the world's oldest 3 metro was opened in Istanbul. Yes, Galata (Karaköy) and Pera (Beyoğlu) connects and opened to service in 1875 Tunnel is the world's oldest 3'in metro. Completely renovated by a French company in 1970, the Tunnel connects Karaköy and Beyoğlu every second, and is still active.
While falling behind in this race, Istanbul has been rebuilt again with its metro investments in recent years. Lines determined. Some of the projects have been removed, while others are continuing their studies. Istanbul traffic, which causes heavy environmental problems as well as the mental health problems of the city's inhabitants when it is activated, will be lost to the history of Istanbul. This road, which is used to weave all four sides of Istanbul with iron nets, makes the residents of Istanbul feel comfortable. It is. Project White Chairman Murat Uzun says that he will add a lot to the places where metro networks, which he describes as 'blood vessels of Istanbul', are going through.
THIS POPULATION IS NOT CARRIED BY ROAD
Murat Uzun points out that the most suitable transportation method for metropolitan cities is rail system. Müş Transportation by rail, or rather by rail, is the easiest, most cost-effective, carrying capacity is the highest, accident risk is the least accepted in the world as a method of urban transportation. Although the London Underground, which is like the proverb in everyone's language, is a very very old subway line, even the non-residential areas have prepared metro lines even Herkes.
In recent years, the investments made in Istanbul emphasized that the happiness of the long, ın As a result of both political and economic conditions awakened this issue a little late, perhaps could not find the opportunity. But happily, the steps taken in recent years and the results are remarkable. However, this time in the neighborhoods that occur naturally in the long-lasting and more cost-effective studies are reached. Especially in the last 10 year, this issue has become even more important. Because the population of Istanbul can no longer be transported by road, Çünkü he says.
METRO IS THE CITY OF THE CITY
Murat Uzun, who compared Metro networks to blood vessels in the human body, makes the following remarkable assessment: olarak If you are working as a workforce center, you should be able to move the labor force to the work centers easily and return it again. This is the responsibility of local government. If you cannot provide this healthy and serial transportation during the morning and evening business hours, you will lose job loss, lack of motivation and frustration. This dissatisfaction is negative in every aspect of life. Even if you give all kinds of services as a municipality without limit, you are unsuccessful if you cannot send people to work and home comfortably during work hours. The metro networks in the cities we call metropolis are like blood vessels in the human body. The more healthy the body flows in the body, the more efficient the body is. There is a management that is aware of all of this and has devoted the biggest part of the municipal budget to metro work. Tüm
Murat Uzun emphasizes that the metro investments, which started to revive in Istanbul, added value to both the city and the districts where the rail system passed.
“The first metro network started to be established on the European side in Istanbul. Taksim - 4. Levent metro, Aksaray-Atatürk Airport metro and tram lines that offer vertical connections to this network have made the transportation on the European Side relatively easier. Naturally, many districts were affected by this in terms of gaining value. If there was no metro line, do you think Maslak could become a business center? Could thousands of people working in Levent, Maslak and Şişli, which is the business center of the European Side, have come from one end of Istanbul and work in those regions if there were no metro? All of these are in a chain reaction with each other and, while directly affecting the state economy, they demonstrate the functionality of a city ”.
Murat Uzun, who stated that the construction companies that set up the right formula direct their investments to the outlets of the subway constructions, said, söyleyen Business centers, plazas, housing projects are being carried out to these points and the region rises. We were not aware of these developments in a wide period of time from past to present. But now we have a subway line in the Anatolian Side in front of our eyes. There is no need to be a priest to see where it is coming from in a few years and to see that the positive development on the European side will occur in the short term on the Asian side. Bir
LINES TO BE OPEN SOON
M2 line Şişhane - Yenikapı
M1 line Yenikapı - Aksaray
M4 line Kartal - Kaynarca extension
Between Marmaray / Kazlıçeşme - Söğütlüçeşme
M6 line Üsküdar - Sancaktepe
M2 line Levent - Hisarüstü connection
TL3 line Hisarüstü - Aşiyan finicular
KARTAL MASLAK WILL BE
Lists the locations that will shine through Istanbul's metro investments as follows: Murat Uzun: “In the first stage, the Söğütlüçeşme-Kartal metro line was completed. The local government, which generally preferred the E-5 line, further evaluated the already valuable lands on this line. Within these 20 kilometers, there are many projects facing the E-5 that have been built in the last 4 years. The silhouette of the Anatolian Side is changing. Kartal, which is very untouched in this regard, is rapidly advancing towards becoming the center of the Anatolian Side. Especially when the Urban Transformation Integration is completed, it seems that Kartal will undertake the mission of being Maslak of the Anatolian Side, considering the transportation facilities. The second and third stages of the first line in the west-east direction are also remarkable. Especially long-term investors have already started their investments by considering these lines. The line in the South-North plane up to Ümraniye, Çekmeköy and Taşdelen seems to enable the correct use of the inner-city workforce that has been formed in that region in recent years. At the same time, the extension of the subway line that reaches Kartal to Sabiha Gökçen Airport by the route Pendik, Tuzla will mean that these lines are appreciated significantly. There is no metropolitan city in the world that uses the metro network, which does not connect a metro to the airport. The subway line must have been dug before the airport construction was started. These moves give us a Kurtköy valuation. Kurtköy has gained value in recent years, but with these investments, we see that it has not seen the peak yet. "
Line M5 Kabataş - Mahmutbey
M7 Line Bakirkoy - Beylikdüzü
Bostanci - Dudullu
Goztepe - Umraniye
Kazlıçeşme - Sogutlucesme
Mahmutbey - Halkalı
Pendik - Sabiha GÃ¶kççen Airport
Kadıköy - Sultanbeyli
Basaksehir - Kayabasi - Olympic Village
Cekmekoy - Tasdelen
Şişhane - Kabataş
Uskudar - Beykoz
Olimpiyatköy - Kayabaşı
Besiktas - Sariyer
Hacıosman - Çayırbaşı
Buyukcekmece - Silivri
Sultangazi - Basaksehir
Esenyurt - Beylikdüzü - Avcılar
Sabiha Gökçen - Tuzla (OIZ)
Edirnekapı - Vezneciler
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