The groundbreaking ceremony of Üsküdar-Sancaktepe subway is being held in 06.06.2012 (today)

The groundbreaking ceremony of the 564 km-long Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy-Sancaktepe Metro will be held today with the participation of the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Binali Yıldırım and Doğuş Group's senior management.
The construction time is 38 month and the maintenance period is determined as the 24 month, the metro is completed.
The stops on the metro line are Üsküdar, Fıstıkağacı, Bağlarbaşı, Altunizade, Kısıklı, Libadiye, Çarşı, Ümraniye, İnkilap, Çakmak, Ihlamurkuyu, Altınşehir, Lise, Dudullu, Mass Housing and Çekmeköy.
16 meter TBM tunnel and 22.100 meter NATM tunnel will be opened within the scope of Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy-Sancaktepe Metro which will have total 18.700 station and one vehicle maintenance and storage area. Total railway construction will be the 43.100 meter.
The electromechanical productions of the project include; power supply and traction power, signaling, control and communication, and environmental control systems, auxiliary facilities, escalators and elevators, railway works, general services, workshop and maintenance equipment procurement, assembly and commissioning.
19 km dam and hydroelectric power plant, 415 km highway, 1150 km road construction, 2 million square meter building construction, infrastructure works, total 35 thousand meter bridge, viaduct, overpass and overpass, 96 bin The total amount of projects in which Doğuş, including tunnels, harbors, marinas, irrigation projects, sewage systems, office buildings, shopping and living centers, residential and industrial buildings, which are longer than 1 meter, and 4,5 billion dollars, are found.
Construction of Boyabat Dam and HEPP with Artvin Dam and HEPP Project as well as Boryspil International Airport Development Project in Ukraine, Sofia Metro Extension Project LOT 1 works in Bulgaria and stopping temporarily due to events in Libya at the beginning of 2011 Sirte University Complex 1. The construction of the Section continues.

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