Bosphorus cable car, metro to Anatolia

The cable car, the metro to Anatolia: The Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Topbas started the projects after the election. Topbas will be able to accelerate its transportation investments with both the cable car and the Anatolian Side metro investments.



Providing great relief to Istanbul traffic with its transportation investments, Metropolitan Mayor Kadir Topbaş continues its investments without interruption. The metro lines planned by Topbaş on the Anatolian Side are expected to concentrate primarily on the Yakacık-Pendik and Kaynarca routes. Planning to complete the Üsküdar, Ümraniye, Çekmeköy and Sancaktepe lines, which are still in progress, until 2015, Topbaş has also given great importance to the Mecidiyeköy-Altunizade Cable Car Line, and is waiting for the tender to start construction works as soon as possible. The stations in this line were determined as Mecidiyeköy, Zincirlikuyu, Altunizade, K.Çamlıca, B.Çamlıca and Mosque. On the cable cars with a capacity of 32 passengers, 6 thousand passengers will be carried per hour, and the journey time will be 15 minutes.

THROAT THROAT WITH TELEFERIC

Kadir Topbaş had given the gospel of the cable car line to the Bosphorus before the election. Topbaş said that the tender stage for the cable car line that will provide transportation from Mecidiyeköy to Altunizade in 15 minutes has been reached. Topbaş stated that those who get on the metro from Kağıthane can cross the Anatolian side in 15 minutes with the cable car line to be established between Mecidiyeköy - Altunizade.

2023 TARGET 708 KILOMETER

The length of the 2004-only rail system in 45 in Istanbul, along with the new lines, has reached the length of the 148 kilometer. The length of the rail system will reach 358 kilometers in Istanbul until 2023 with 708 kilometer rail system. 2014 4 950 2016 7 2023 11 XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX'da XNUMX million will rise.

 


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