Batıkent-Sincan metro opens on February 11: The Batıkent-Sincan metro line, which has been postponed twice, will be opened on February 11. It will be possible to reach Kızılay from Sincan in 44 minutes with the line that Prime Minister Erdogan will open with his Spanish counterpart, Mariano Rajoy.
The opening date of the Batıkent-Sincan metro line was delayed several times. It was announced that the line that the capitals had been waiting for the opening will start carrying passengers on 29 October 2013 and 13 January 2014. Batıkent-Sincan metro, which can not be put into service due to the disruptions, will start carrying passengers in February. The opening ceremony of the Metron will be held with the participation of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The böl M11 aman subway line was built in 2001.
SPANISH GUEST SURPRISE
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will also participate in the opening of the metro line built by a Spanish consortium. With the start of the service of the Batikent-Sincan metro, passengers will be able to reach Kizilay from Xinjiang in minutes. On the new line, there is the 44 station including Batıkent, West Center, Mesa, Botany, Istanbul Road, Eryaman 1-2, Eryaman 3, State District, Fatih, GOP, Törekent 1 and OSB. There will be no direct public transport service on the metro line with a total length of 12. Passengers who drive to the direction of Batıkent from Kızılay will be able to reach OSB station on the same line.
FIRST SEFER FROM ERDOĞAN
The metro lines started to be built by the Metropolitan Municipality in 2001 were transferred to the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication in a ceremony held at 7 May 2011. METU metro station handover ceremony was held in April in the April 2014 service was announced. However, in the process, the date was pulled forward and the 29 was updated as October 2013. Lastly, this date was postponed in the Sincan Metro, which was announced to be opened in 13 January 2013. The opening date of Ankara, which was waiting for Ankara, was determined as 11 February. Following the opening of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan with his Spanish counterpart Mariano Rajoy, it was learned that the subway would take his first seat and carry out his first voyage.
The yerel M2 un Çayyolu metro, which will carry passengers between Kızılay and Çayyolu, will also be opened before the local elections of 30 March. 16,6 station is located on the metro line, which has a total length of 1 kilometers. With the launch of this line, the traffic density in Eskişehir Highway is expected to decrease during the arrival and departure times.