Mansur Yavaş, Mayor of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, kept his promise to the citizens of the capital that the rail system network will be expanded. Following the completion of the tender, the first signatures were signed for the new 7,4-kilometer line project that will connect Mamak to the ANKARAY line running between AŞTİ and Dikimevi. President Yavaş, who signed the contract for the "Final Project Services Based on Implementation" of the Dikimevi-Natoyolu Light Rail System (HRS) Line Project, said "I want to finish the subway in my term" and asked the company to advance the contract period.
Ankara Metropolitan Mayor Mansur Yavaş pressed the button for the expansion of the rail system network in Başkent.
Taking action to keep his promise to spread the Metro and ANKARAY lines he gave to the people of the capital, President Yavaş signed the contract for the new 7,4-kilometer line project that will connect Mamak district to the ANKARAY line serving between AŞTİ and Dikimevi.
To the contract signing ceremony; Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Mansur Yavaş, EGO General Manager Nihat Alkaş, Metro İstanbul Ticaret ve Sanayi A.Ş. General Manager Özgür Soy and Deputy General Manager M. Fatih Gültekin attended.
Mamak Metro Map
Slow: "I Want To Finish The Subway In Its Period"
Following the completion of the "Final Project Services Tender for Implementation" for the new metro line to be added to the Mamak-Natoyolu route, Mayor Yavaş signed the contract with Özgür Soy, General Manager of Metro Istanbul Ticaret ve Sanayi A.Ş.
While the Dikimevi-Natoyolu Light Rail System (HRS) line project was planned to be completed within 8 months, President Yavaş asked the company to advance the time:
“I want to finish the subway on my term. We would like to open the subway in our period. The duration of the project has also been long, if we can bring it a little more, it would be my biggest wish. We will hold an open tender, but we want technical support from Istanbul regarding the technique of the tender, Izmir will also support it. Our aim is to make the project as soon as possible. We will give him the support we can. "
Stating that they are planning to complete the Dikimevi-Natoyolu HRS line project in 8 months, Soy promised to shorten the time by pulling forward upon the call of President Yavaş.
Mayor Yavaş, who also made statements on social media accounts, addressed the people of Mamak about the new rail system with the following words:
“Dear fellow citizen of Mamak, we knew that the subway would not come to this city in one day, but justice could come in one day. We chose to be fair. We signed the 7,4 km Dikimevi-Natoyolu Light Rail Systems project and took the promise of accelerating the project. Good news for you. "
New Line 7,4 Kilometers
After the completion of the project phase of the Dikimevi-Natoyolu line, which will be connected to the ANKARAY line running between AŞTİ and Dikimevi, the construction tender will be launched.
The new line, which will be 7,4 kilometers long, will consist of 8 separate stations.
Dikimevi Natoyolu Metro Line Project From IMM
Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality won the tender for the project of the new metro of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality (ABB). The extension project of Ankaray A1 Line between AŞTİ and Dikimevi will be carried out by METRO İSTANBUL, a subsidiary of IMM.
Located between the rail operators of the world's leading urban Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM), will make the project of Turkey's capital Ankara subway line extension study. METRO ISTANBUL, a subsidiary of IMM, won the "Ankaray (A11) Sewing House-Natoyolu Rail System Extension Line Application Project" tender, organized by Ankara Metropolitan Municipality (ABB) on 6 August and 1 companies bid.
Mayor of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Mansur Yavaş and General Manager of METRO İSTANBUL AŞ Özgür Soy attended the signing ceremony held after the conclusion of the tender. Stating that they know that IMM has 32 years of rail system operating experience, Mansur Yavaş said, “We know and expect that you will complete the project work in less than 8 months. Good luck to Ankara and Istanbul. "We want to finish this subway in our own time," he said.