📩 25/11/2018 19:24
1,7 billion pounds doping for Ankara and Istanbul subways: The Ministry of Transport allocated an important resource from the budget to Ankara and Istanbul subways this year. 1,1 billion pounds of this will go to three metro lines in Ankara.
Due to the local elections accelerated to Ankara and Istanbul subways this year, 1 billion 730 million pounds will be transferred. 1 billion 121 million pounds of the source will be transferred from the budget of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications and Ankara and 517,5 million pounds will be spent in the metros in Istanbul.
2,9 billion to Ankara
Due to the inability of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality to complete the construction of three metro lines projected to the Ministry of Transport, 43,9 consists of mileage construction, electromechanics, 324 vehicles purchase and engineering and consultancy services. The project started at 2011 will be largely finished this year. 2,9 billion 1 million liras has been spent on the project, which is the total size of the project. This year's budget will be completed by spending 592 million pounds on the Red Crescent-Çankaya subway. Tandoğan-Keçiören subway will end this year with 25,5 million pounds. In the same way, the Batıkent-Sincan metro will be completed by spending 92,6 million liras. Within the scope of the project, the purchase of 4 metro cars will be completed by 324 million pounds this year.
Target for Istanbul subway 2017
In Istanbul, a total of 2017 billion 3 million pounds to be completed in 163 in the Bakırköy-Beylikduzu subway this year for a budget allocation of 295 million pounds left. 1,2 million pounds were allocated this year for the Bakırköy-Bahçelievler-Kirazlı subway project, which is expected to be completed with an investment of 115 billion pounds. 2015 to be completed at 4. Levent-Darüşşafaka subway this year will be spent 107,5 million pounds. Moreover, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality will spend a total of 1,4 billion liras on the metro projects it has carried out this year.