Prime Minister expects test drive for Ankara Keçiören subway

Prime Minister of Ankara Kecioren subway test drive is expected: construction of the construction of the Kecioren Metro construction for many years is experiencing a flash. Keçiören Metro starts its first test day today.
Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım will be making the test drive of the Keçiören Metro, which has led to the euphoria of the young people on social media, "Let our love be like Keçiören Metro, never end".
The work was approached at Keçiören Metro, where the work was accelerated upon the instructions of Yıldırım.
Prime Minister Yıldırım will test and conduct a test drive tomorrow between the Atatürk Cultural Center (AKM) and Keçiören at the Keçiören Metro, which is 9,2 kilometers long and has 9 stations. Yıldırım will also address the public in front of Keçiören Municipality.
The Keçiören Metro, the construction of which started in 2004 by the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality EGO General Directorate, was transferred to the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications at a ceremony held at METU Metro Station on May 7, 2011.
Binali Yıldırım, referring to the construction of the building for a long time after taking over the position of Prime Minister, said, “Sorry, we will not be able to fulfill this desire. I hope the end of this year, our Minister of Transport and his team will have opened the Keçiören Metro. ” He made statements as.

  • 1,5 hour trip will fall to 16 minutes

The total investment cost of the Kecioren Metro line between the AKM and Kecioren, including vehicles, is stated to be 1 billion liras.
When the line with a total length of 9,2 kilometers comes into service and operates at full capacity, approximately 800 thousand passengers per day are expected to travel from Keçiören to the center of Ankara and 50 thousand per hour. It is stated that the metro will reduce the journey, which takes approximately 1,5 hours in traffic, to 16 minutes.

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