Ankara's metro network is expanding

The metro network of Ankara is expanding: the Çay metro Deniz project, which was started to be shot by 40 years ago in Ankara, is aimed to open the Çayyolu and Sincan Lines, which were transferred to the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications. The Kecioren line is scheduled to be launched in the first half of 2014.
The countdown has begun for Kızılay-Çayyolu and Batıkent-Sincan subway which will be the solution to the traffic problem of Ankara. Each 2 line was also scheduled to be officially commissioned soon. The Red Crescent-Çayyolu metro line has a total length of 16 thousand 590 meters. When the Kizilay-Cayyolu metro line consisting of 11 stations is completed, the journey time between Kizilay and Cayyolu will be reduced to 24 minutes. The length of the Batikent-Sincan metro line will be 15,5 kilometers. The most important route point of the Batıkent-Sincan metro line, which will consist of 11 station, will be Mesa Station. When the project is completed, the journey time between Batıkent and Sincan will be reduced to 44 minutes. The Batıkent-Sincan metro line will provide uninterrupted access to the Kızılay-Çayyolu subway and Çayyolu via the Kızılay-Batıkent metro line.
Metro to Ankara kazanAnkara's metro studies were carried out for the first time in 1972 during the reign of Ekrem Barlas. During this time, from tram to metrobus in Ankara; Many alternatives, which are thought to ease the traffic from the cable car to the monorail, have been brought to the agenda. However, Ankara's "subway adventure" that started 40 years ago did not go as expected. The Ankaray line, which connects Dikimevi to AŞTİ with the Kızılay-Batikent metro, was put into service in the Capital, whose population has reached 4 million in the period approaching half a century.
Vedat Dalokay, who took office after Barlas, continued to bring metro to Ankara. However, Dalokay management has developed a new idea by not considering the route, cost, firm and foreign dependency of the metro project, which DPT does not approve. Then a feverish work was initiated and a new subway project was developed. A preliminary agreement was made with the Moscow Municipality for the project. According to the agreement in question, the loan, which was provided with low interest from the Soviet Union, was planned to be paid with food exports. However, Dalokay's approach resulted in frustration by not receiving support from the government of the time.
Ali Dinçer, who took office in the end of 1970s, has suggested that EGO can make a heavy mass transportation system that goes a long way from a local company with a length of 25 kilometers. The line in which the suburban lines to be produced by TCDD will be used was not accepted because it is not compatible with the master plan urban growth strategies and it is not based on a comprehensive transportation master plan.
The most comprehensive work on the future of the capital in the metro between 1984-1989 Mayor Mehmet Altınsoy served as the Mayor. The chances of the 'Altınsoy period', which is considered to be the milestone of the metron, was perhaps the 1984 Law enacted in 3030. This law determined the duties and responsibilities of metropolitan municipalities in the field of transportation. Following the drawing of the rail system, the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality and the General Directorate of EGO prepared the 'Ankara Urban Transport Master Plan and Railway Public Transport Feasibility Study' between 1985-1987 with a foreign company. This study, which was prepared 30 years ago, was also a milestone for metro projects. The Transportation Master Plan study received input from Ankara Metropolitan Municipality and METU's proposed 2015 targeted 'Ankara Structural Plan' proposals.
In this study, which is more advanced than the preliminary study of the rail system project, all public transportation aspects of the city were examined in detail. With this work that excites everyone in time, Ankara's rail public transport network is listed according to its species and plan alternatives. And when the dates finally showed the 1989, Altınsoy took the big step in Ankara's public transportation which would be remembered even after years. Altınsoy, before the elections in 1989 Build-Operate-Transfer model planned to take the ground laid the foundation of the metro project. His successor Murat Karayalçın, who took over the banner from the railway, continued the projects of the railroad system, which Altınsoy laid the foundation.
In the period of Altınsoy, the planning works were started and in the Karayalçın period, the foundation was laid in 1996 and the Metro-1 line was put into service at 1997. Planning work 1sharım extending the length of the construction of the subway lines in the time spent in the unfortunately could not get much distance.
For three lines with a high cost compared to other modes of transport, the municipality spent a million pounds on 828 until it was transferred to the Ministry of Transport. When the Ministry completes all lines, the total amount of money will be spent on 3.1 billion pounds. Municipalities in the face of this gesture after the operation of the state will transfer a certain percentage of the revenue to the state. Three new 40 miles will be added to the 23 kilometer light and heavy rail subway network in Ankara. Considering that 44 is a underground rail in London where the world's oldest subway is located, Ankara has to show that it has to go a long way in this area.

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