3. Bridge – 3. Airport – Halkalı EIA Process of the Railway Started

The Osmangazi Bridge
The Osmangazi Bridge

The 3rd Bridge- 3rd Airport, which is on the new route of the Ministry of Transport- Halkalı The EIA process has been passed for the High Speed ​​​​Train Line. The total length of the line is 62,5 km and is planned to be completed in 18 months. Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, General Directorate of State Railways, 3rd Bridge – 3rd Airport – Halkalı He published the final project introduction file of Railway.

3. Bridge - 3rd Airport - EIA process started Halkalı The railway will connect the districts of Sarıyer, Eyüp, Arnavutköy, Başakşehir and Küçükçekmece. The 18rd Bridge - 3rd Airport - which is planned to be completed in 3 months Halkalı While the length of 19 tunnels of the Railway Line was specified as 34 kilometers, the length of 16 viaducts was 7 kilometers, the total length of the project was determined as 62,5 kilometers.

3.Köprü- 3.Airport- Halkalı After stopping by the station designed within the scope of the 3rd Airport, the high-speed train route turns south and passes under the Northern Marmara Highway with the highway with the control section number 020-06, which is located in the highway network; The “Stone”, which is still open for operation, proceeds from the west of Fatih-Çilingir-Hacımaşlı-Şamlar settlements and from the east of Sazlıdere Dam Lake and Küçük Çekmece Lake.Halkalı The railway station ends at the entrance.

The entire project route was planned within the borders of Istanbul Province, and it was designed as 2 line for arrival and departure. In the railway line, the distance between the lines is planned as 4,5 meters and the platform width is 14,5 meters. 3. The Bosphorus Bridge - 3. Airport - Halkalı The Railway Project passes through “Forest Area, Agricultural Area, Pasture, Rural Settlement Area, Wildlife Development Area” in the 1 / 100.000 scale Environmental Plan.

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