Konya Metro will connect YHT lines

Konya Metro will connect the YHT lines: Konya Metro, which was announced by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, will connect high speed train lines and intercity roads.

Konya Metropolitan Mayor Tahir Akyürek said to the AA reporter that the metro news of Prime Minister Davutoğlu was met with great excitement and joy in the city. Pointing out that such large investments cannot be made without government support, Akyürek said that the Metro Konya Project will save not only the present but also the future of the city in terms of transportation.


Akyürek pointed out that the mobility of passengers and vehicles is at the highest level in Konya. Düzey After Istanbul and Ankara, Konya is in the highest position for passenger mobility. Konya was the first city in Anatolia to implement the rail system. We continue to develop our rail system lines. Konya, line length in terms of metro between Istanbul and Ankara will be the second province of 3, met he said.


Akyürek stated that there is a need for metro in certain lines in Konya and shared the information that the passenger mobility in the city is around 500 thousand. Akyürek emphasized that they saw that the city passenger mobility with Metro Konya will reach one million, and said:

Leşme Within the framework of the master plan of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, construction of the projects will begin. Then the tender process will begin. People can reach Konya in short time from Istanbul, Eskisehir and Ankara via YHT. Metro Konya Project will be integrated into the existing railway construction. Antalya-Konya, Konya-Nevsehir-Kayseri high-speed train intersection centers, meet with Metro Konya. Metro Konya meets Istanbul, Antalya, Nevsehir, Kayseri, Aksaray, the whole region. Metro

Akyürek stated that the works will be carried out within the framework of Prime Minister Davutoğlu's instruction, "The first stage will be completed in 2018 Seb-i Arus, and all will be completed in 2019-2020". Pointing out that Konya Metro includes vital lines, Akyürek said:

“Selçuk University Campus connects the high speed train station. It also covers Necmettin Erbakan University with its city center as the second stage. The third stage is the line from Fetih Street, Ahmet Özcan Street to Meram region. At the same time, the stadium was announced as a project that includes Beyhekim Hospital and Yazır region. With this project, which reaches 44 kilometers, the city metro system we see in important cities in the world has been moved to Anatolia. ”

Günceleme: 03/12/2018 17:30

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