IMM, which broke a world record with the 10 rail system under construction, is crowning the August 30 Victory Day with a new metro project, taking the metro to the west side of the neglected city. The works of the rail system, which will extend the line ending in Mahmutbey to Bahçeşehir and Esenyurt, will be started with the participation of President Ekrem İmamoğlu on August 30 Victory Day. The first phase of the line, which will serve 3,5 million people in the region, is planned to be put into service in 7. When the whole project is finished, Istanbul residents will leave Esenyurt. KabataşIt will be able to make direct, fast and comfortable journeys until
Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM), which restarted all metro investments that were stopped in the past, broke a world record with its 10 rail system projects under construction. With the new project to be launched, the western side of the city, which is most neglected in terms of rail systems, will also have a metro.
Project and site delivery problems in Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt Metro, whose tender was made in 2017 and whose construction was never started, were solved in the new period. The excavation works of the line will start at 30:12 on August 30 Victory Day with a ceremony to be held at the Bağcılar construction site with the participation of İBB President Ekrem İmamoğlu.
KABATAŞ-ESENYURT WITHOUT SHIPPING
KabataşWhen the project, which will be the continuation of the Mecidiyeköy-Mahmutbey Metro, of which the extension works are carried out, is completed; KabataşAn Istanbulite who takes the train from Istanbul will have the opportunity to have a fast, comfortable and safe journey to Esenyurt.
BETWEEN MAHUTBEY-ESENYURT WILL BE 28 MINUTES
With Mahmutbey-Esenyurt Metro Kabataş-Mahmutbey Metro Kabataş When this part is completed, the journey time between Esenyurt Meydan and Mahmutbey will decrease to 28 minutes.
60 minutes from Esenyurt-Mecidiyeköy, Esenyurt-Kabataş The 42.6 km road between the two will take 67 minutes. When the line is completed, Esenyurt-Kabataş It will have the capacity to serve 1.4 million passengers per day.
IMM allocated a budget of 220 million Euros for the Mahmutbey-Esenyurt Metro with the Eurobond (bond) issuance realized at the end of last year. Since the line, which was tendered in the past, did not have any applicable and detailed projects, its projects were primarily redesigned.
IN THE FIRST STAGE, 7 KM WILL BE DONE
In the west of the city, the first part of the 3,5 km line with 11 stations, which will serve more than 18 million people without access to the metro, will be built with 4 stations and 7 km. It is aimed that the first phase, which will go to Mahmutbey - Kanuni Sultan Süleyman Hospital, will be put into service in 2024. Then, the metro will continue to Bahçeşehir and Esenyurt. It will be integrated with other metros at many points, and it is expected that there will be a very intense travel demand.
Mahmutbey-Esenyurt Metro Kabataş- It will start from Mahmutbey Station of Mahmutbey Metro. Mehmet Akif, Halkalı It will reach Esenyurt Meydan by passing through Mass Housing, Temapark, Kanuni Sultan Süleyman Hospital, Tahtakale, Ispartakule, Bahçeşehir, Esenkent and Ardıçlı.
The line is at the Mahmutbey station with the Kirazlı-Kayaşehir Metro and at the Mehmet Akif station with the Ataköy-İkitelli-Olimpiyatköy Metro at the Temapark station. Halkalı – It will be integrated with the Istanbul New Airport Metro Line. In addition, it is planned to be integrated into the Beylikdüzü - Sefaköy - İncirli Metro line, which is planned to be built by adding Esenyurt Belediye and Saadetdere Stations in the future.