Interpretation from the BBC to Divide into Marmara

Interpretation from the BBC to Divide into Marmara: British broadcaster BBC explained that with the Marmaray project, which was started in 2004, Üsküdar and Sirkeci on both sides of the Bosphorus are connected to each other by a tube passage built under the sea with the technique of immersion in the ground.
Pointing out that the total length of the section between Kazlıçeşme on the European side and Ayrılıkçeşme on the Anatolian side is 13,6 kilometers, BBC said, “By the completion of the project, it was aimed to create a total network of 70 kilometers by integrating with suburban and metro lines on both the Anatolian and European sides. These departments will not come into play yet. ”
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It was stated that the Yenikapı station, located on the line opened by President Abdullah Gül and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, was planned as the largest transfer station, but the construction of the Istanbul metro line planned to be connected here has not yet been completed, and pointed out that the opening of all parts of Marmaray before completion is the subject of criticism.
In this context, Rıza Behçet Akcan, Electrical-Electronics Engineer, who retired from Marmaray Project 12-year Signalization and Communication Systems Specialist Chief Engineer in 2008, stated that the opening of the project by splitting could cause “vital risks”, while the Ministry of Transport responded to the criticism. He pointed out that he said that all security measures were taken.
Explaining that CHP Deputy Chairperson Umut Oran also brought the issue to the agenda of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, the BBC said, "Is it true that some parts of Marmaray have collapsed on the ground, but this situation is ignored by filling with a temporary solution to reach the opening of October 29?" He also conveyed his question in the direction.
In the BBC's news, Marmaray's features were also explained at length. In this context, the BBC also said:
“According to the Ministry of Transport data, 2 passengers are expected to be transported per hour by trains that will run between 10 and 75 minutes.
The investment for Marmaray is 5.5 billion TL.
The longest submarine tunnel in the world, built in 1988, is the Seikan tunnel, which is the 54 kilometer, which connects Japan's largest island Honshu and another island of Hokkaido.
The length of the submarine tunnel connecting the UK and France is the 51 kilometer.

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