Ekrem İmamoğluis coming to the Pendik construction site for the opening of the Pendik Kaynarca Tuzla metro line. Many important names will attend the ceremony that will be held in the afternoon and the metro constructions will end in 2022.
Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) President Ekrem İmamoğlu, in the last quarter of 2019, signaled that the works were started to restart the construction of the metro lines. According to the good news from the IMM official website, the construction of the Tuzla, Kaynarca and Pendik metro lines, which is a very important metro line for Istanbul, is starting again. According to IMM sources, the construction of the mentioned metro line stopped 2 years ago and the works were completely cut off. With the opening to be held on February 3, 2020, metro construction will start again.
İmamoğlu will restart Pendik Kaynarca Tuzla metro construction
Ekrem İmamoğluwill hold a ceremony in Pendik tomorrow to restart the metro construction. The ceremony, which will be held at Pendik Merkez Construction Site, will be held on February 3, 2020 at 13.00 and many important names will attend the ceremony. The 12-station Pendik Kaynarca Tuzla Metro, which will have a length of 8 km, will greatly relieve the traffic. Within the scope of the project, the works for the metro line with a total length of approximately 12 km will start again. 2022 independent lines will be built for the metro line with 8 stations, which is planned to be put into service in 2. One line will go to Sabiha Gökçen as a continuation of the Tavşantepe metro, while another line will go to Tuzla via Tavşantepe.
Line 1: Tavsantepe-Tuzla Line; It is 7,7 km long and has 6 stations.)
Line 2: Pendik Center-Kaynarca Line (Continuation of Tavsantepe-Sabiha Gokcen Airport Line); It is 4,1 km long and has 2 stations.)
Pendik Kaynarca Tuzla Metro Line Journey Times
- Tuzla-Tavsantepe 11 min
- Tuzla-Kadıköy X
- Tuzla-Yenikapı 65 minutes
- Tuzla-Ümraniye 51 min
- Pendik Center-Kaynarca 3 min
- Pendik Center-SG Airport 15 min
- Pendik Center-Sultanbeyli 35 min