📩 30/10/2023 12:33
Abdulkadir Uraloğlu, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, Halkalı- He spoke at the Istanbul Airport Metro Line progress program.
Highlights from Minister Uraloğlu's speech are as follows: “There are 5 projects under construction by our ministry in 9 provinces, with a total of 102,1 kilometers of rail system line construction. The metro lines that our Ministry has completed the urban rail system works throughout Istanbul and put into service for our people are 130,2 kilometers in total. These lines are from Gebze-Halkalı We continue our work for Istanbul on 55,7 lines with a total length of 5 kilometers: suburban line, Levent Hisarüstü metro line, Tavşantepe-Sabiha Gökçen Airport metro line, Kağıthane-İstanbul Airport metro line, Başakşehir Çam Ve Sakura City Hospital-Kayaşehir metro line. we do.
These lines are Bakırköy-Bahçelievler-Kirazlı metro line, Kağıthane-Gayrettepe metro line, Halkalı-Başakşehir-İstanbul Airport metro line, Altunizade-Çamlıca Mosque-Bosna Boulevard metro line, Kazlıçeşme-Sirkeci rail system and spring-oriented new generation transportation project.
HalkalıOur metro line, which starts from Istanbul and reaches Istanbul Airport, is 31,5 kilometers long. Cargo terminal Taşoluk, Arnavutköy, Hospital, Fenertepe, University Kayaşehir, Olympic Village, Halkalı Stadium and Halkalı It has 8 stations, including 2,5 stations, a 600 kilometer connection line and a warehouse area. 24 thousand passengers per day will be able to travel on this line. With the operation of our line, the travel time between Kağıthane-İstanbul Airport will be 12 minutes, between Göktürk-İstanbul Airport will be 45 minutes, between Tekstil Kent-İstanbul Airport will be 36 minutes, between Arnavutköy-Beşiktaş will be 48 minutes, between Başakşehir-Metrokent-Kağıthane will be 50 minutes, between Küçükçekmece-Kemerburgaz will be XNUMX minutes. It will happen.
"The latest status of our project is that we have completed a total of 6.6 thousand 6 meters of line tunnel by using 55 dbms with a diameter of 600 meters in the main line tunnels of our project."