İZBAN is one of the largest city-wide rail transportation systems in our country that provides services on the suburban line between Aliağa Selçuk and is connected to the airport of our country. The number of stations of the rapid transportation vehicle, which has tens of thousands of visitors every day, rose to 32 with the opening of Hilal, and then to 38 with the opening of the Torbalı line.
İZBAN, with its station number of 41 with the lines that were opened later, is the rail system that takes the heavy load of İzmir's public transportation. The line operated in cooperation with TCDD and Izmir Metropolitan Municipality 136 kilometers long.
136 Mileage All of them have disabled access on İZBAN line 41 station. From north to south respectively:
- Biçerov to,
- Egekent 2,
- Ata Industry,
- Halkapınar (Transfer Station),
- Red flag,
- Hilal (Transfer Station),
- District Garage,
- Adnan Menderes Airport,
stations. Alaybey, Karşıyaka, Narcissus and Sirinyer stations are underground, other stations are above ground.
İZBAN Transfer Stations
From Halkapınar and Hilal stations to İzmir subway; Buses can be transferred from Alsancak, Biçerova, Cumaovası, Çiğli, Egekent, Esbaş, Halkapınar, Hatundere, Kemer, Mavişehir, Menemen, Salhane, Sarnic, District Garage, Sirinyer, Turan and Ulukent stations. Adnan Menderes Airport can be reached from the station of the same name to the south of the line. Alaybey, Alsancak, Halkapınar and Mavişehir stations can be transferred to tram lines.
- Expedition Time: 05: 20
- Arrival Time to Last Station: 01: 23
What time does İZBAN open?
İZBAN, which serves on the suburban line between Aliağa and Selçuk, opens at 05.20 on weekdays. Hours can sometimes vary during public holidays.
What time does İZBAN close?
İZBAN, which serves on the suburban line between Aliağa and Selçuk, closes at 01.23 on weekdays. Hours can sometimes vary during public holidays.
İZBAN, which operates the 136 km suburban line between Aliağa and Selçuk, has 40 stations along the route. It is known as the North axis between Aliağa and Menemen, the central axis between Menemen and Cumaovasi, and the south axis between Cumaovası-Tepeköy-Selçuk.
About İzmir İZBAN
İZBAN is one of the largest urban rail public transportation systems in Turkey with airport connection, serving on the suburban line between Aliağa and Selçuk.
IZBAN, which commenced its journey to pre-operation in 30 in August 2010, was established by TCDD and 50 partnerships of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality. The Company was deemed worthy of the İşbirliği Best Collaboration ”category in the 3 category by the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) for its ability to reach 225 thousand passengers with the innovation created on a line that transports 2013 thousand passengers per day.
The number of stations of İZBAN, which started operation with the 31 station, first increased to 32 with the opening of Hilal and then to 38 with the opening of the Torbalı line. With the introduction of the health and Selçuk stations, the number of stations increased to 40. Hilal is the second intersection point of İzmir Metro and İZBAN after Halkapınar and it has provided great convenience for the passengers coming from the South direction to the Konak Metro by transferring to İzmir Metro. 550 thousand passengers a day moving towards the target of İZBAN'ın, following the stations of Cumaovası Develi, Tekeli, Beetroot, Kuşçuburun, Torbalı, Tepeköy, Health and Selçuk found the length of the line 136 kilometers.
The İZBAN line, which will extend to Bergama in the north, is completed when the project is completed. 185 will reach kilometers.
Spanish CAF firm awarded thirty-three EMU train tenders in March 2008 kazanwas. In April 2010, trains started to arrive in Turkey. İZBAN, which was put into service on 30 August 2010, had twenty-four wagons at that time. In August 2011, ten E23000 train sets were temporarily rented from TCDD. Forty EMU trains were purchased from South Korean Hyundai Rotem in March 2012. The people of Izmir determined the design of these trains, which were announced to be delivered in three years. The current set number of İZBAN is 73 and the number of wagons is 219.
İZBAN train sets consist of three wagons, with a capacity of 2.250 people and can reach a maximum speed of 140 kilometers per hour. Train sets are 70 meters long, 2,95 meters wide and 3,85 meters high. Since the flights are made with double or triple sets, the length of the trains reaches at least 140 meters and maximum 210 meters. It has been announced that E32000 train sets with ten wagons produced for Marmaray will be used in İZBAN as of August 2017. It was announced that there would be seventy-five wagons, nine of which were double-decker, to be used.