The Batıkent-Sincan metro line is counting days for the opening: The Batıkent-Sincan metro line, which has been delayed twice, will carry passengers. Batıkent-Sincan metro, which could not be put into service due to the troubles experienced, will start to carry passengers on February 11.
OPENING ON 11 FEBRUARY
During the meeting with D-8 Secretary General Seyed Ali Mohammad Mousavi at the Ministry, he answered the questions of the press members. Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Lütfı Elvan said, “All works have been completed on the Batıkent-Sincan metro line. The line is ready for opening. We plan to open it on the 11th of this month. ”
FIRST SEFER, WITH SPANISH PRIME MINISTER
In response to the question about the opening date of Ankara subways, Elvan stated that all the work on the Batıkent-Sincan line has been completed and the line is ready for opening, and that they plan to open it on the 1st of this month. This date could change as the day before or a day after expressing Elven, most likely Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at that time, will perform the opening with visiting Turkey expected Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
WILL BE MORE EASY 2001
“M3” subway line, which was started to be built in 13, will bring the densely populated areas of the city such as Sincan and Eryaman closer to the Red Crescent. With the start of the Batıkent-Sincan subway, passengers will be able to reach Kızılay from Sincan in 44 minutes. There are 1 stations on the new line: Batıkent, West Center, Mesa, Botany, Istanbul Road, Eryaman 2-3, Eryaman 1, Devlet Mahallesi, Fatih, GOP, Törekent 12 and OSB. Non-stop public transport service will be provided on the metro line with a total length of over 15 kilometers. Passengers who take the vehicles from Kızılay to Batıkent direction will reach the OSB station on the same line.
Günceleme: 29/11/2018 18:35