Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Başakşehir-Kayaşehir Metro Line will be extended by a further 4. The project, which was designed to extend the 4 mile to Fenertepe, was submitted to the Governorship of Istanbul for the initiation of the EIA process. Cost 742 million 500 is calculated in thousand TL is projected to be completed in the project 2 year
In Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (İBB), where Ekrem İmamoğlu received his certificate on April 17 and started his duty, the election decision to be made by YSK is awaited with interest, while the municipality's studies on transportation continue. The introduction file of the 4-kilometer extension metro project, prepared for the Kayaşehir-Fenertepe location prepared by the IMM Directorate of Transportation, was submitted to the Governorship of Istanbul to start the EIA process. The cost of the project was calculated as 742 million 500 thousand TL.
DEVELOPMENT OF BAŞAKŞEHİR-KAYAŞEHİR LINE
HabertürkAccording to the report of Mehmet Demirkaya from the project, the following details about the extension line were included in the project's introduction file: “The beginning of the mentioned metro line is the continuation of the Başakşehir-Kayaşehir Metro line under construction. The line that starts with the Kayaşehir metro stop, which is the last stop of this line, reaches Fenertepe by stopping at different passenger attraction points of the satellite city. In Fenertepe region, there are public housing areas produced by TOKİ, the main campus of İbn-i Haldun University and health functions envisaged in the development plans. ”
NEW LINE WILL BE COMPLETED IN 2 YEAR
“Başakşehir-Kayaşehir Metro Line Extension”, which will provide integration between other rail system lines that will pass through Fenertepe, will consist of 4 kilometers long parallel arrival-departure tunnels. In the file, which emphasized that the stations and stops were shifted to the park and other green areas in order to keep the expropriation costs to a minimum, it was stated that the tunnels will be opened with the most common “New Austrian Tunnel Opening Method (NATM)”. Again, according to the information in the introduction file, the line in question is expected to be completed in 2 years.