Istanbul's rail system length exceeds 800

The rail system length of Istanbul will exceed 800 kilometers: Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Binali Yıldırım, participated in the International Railway, Light Rail Systems, Infrastructure and Logistics Fair Eurasia Rail. Yıldırım, who toured the fairground after the opening ceremony, answered the questions of the press members.
Minister Yıldırım, according to the information provided by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM), said that a large part of Üsküdar-Çekmeköy metro will be opened by the end of the year. Yıldırım shared the following information about the rail systems in Istanbul: “The part up to Dudullu will be opened, after that some amount remains in Çekmeköy. It will be finished in March 2017, just like April. According to the information provided by our IMM President. This line will be united with Marmaray known in Üsküdar. Thus, from the Anatolian side, from Kartal Kadıköy'to, Kadıköyrequesting from Marmaray to KadıköyThose who want to go to Ümraniye and Çamlıca by Üsküdar will be able to easily go to Marmaray from Ayrılıkçeşme. From Pendik, after the connection of Söğütlüçeşme, Ayrılıkçeşme and Haydarpaşa, it is now possible to go to Ankara, Sakarya, Bilecike, İzmir. Sabiha Gökçen connection from Kartal has started and is being done right now. He joins from Kaynarca, joins the high-speed train from Kaynarca, connects to Sabiha Gökçen from there, and will join the Ümraniye line over Sultanbeyli in the coming years. Thus, the length of the Istanbul rail system will exceed 6 kilometers in the next 7-800 years. ”
Yıldırım said, “In Istanbul of 15 million people, 29 million people travel every day. Therefore, Marmaray, Eurasia Tunnel to be opened at the end of the year, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, Istanbul's traffic will be noticeably relaxed when the rail systems are completed, but it does not end completely. But what is the goal? Sustainable and bearable traffic, fluidity will increase. ”

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