What are the features of Ankaray and Ankara Metro?
Dikimevi-Aşti Ankaray line
Turkey's first railway system is Ankararay. 30 was launched on August 1996.
The time of day between the flights varies depending on the time of week, weekday, weekend, and passenger density. But as of today, the minimum applied minute difference between trains is 4,20 minutes, which is the most minute difference in 10 minutes. When viewed as capacity, they can reduce the minimum time difference between two trains to 2 minutes. Unless otherwise: Planehouse First time: 06.15 The last departure time is 24.10. The first time in overtime is 06.00 and the last time is 23,50.
Kızılay-Batıkent Ankara Metro Line
Ankara Metro 28 was launched on December 1997. Kızılay-Batıkent Metro decreases and increases the time gap between the voyages according to the passenger potential as it is in Ankaray.
Kızılay-Çayyolu Ankara Metro Line:
This subway line, which started in 2003 and was later handed over to the Ministry of Transport, was announced by the Minister of Transport, which will be opened this year on the Republic Day.
Total length of this Metro line 16,590 meter
Number of Stations: 11 will be one
Batıkent-Törekent Metro Line (also known as Kızılay-Törekent) is also known as Sincan Metro.
29 is scheduled to open on October 2013.
The length of this subway line is from Batıkentten to Törekent: 15,360 meters
Total Number of Stations 11 pcs
Keçiören Metro Station (Tandoğan-Gazino metro)
It is planned to open in the first quarter of 2004.
Total length of 9.220 meters
Total Number of Stations 9 Station
In the light of the above information, the so-called underground trains are approximately the maximum speed of 80 km. (The speed of high-speed trains in Ankara is a bit slow when looking at the speed of the cruising distance is considered, but a lot of speed when looking). Every subway expedition takes 10-17 minutes.
Ankara Metro will have a metro network of approximately 66 km with new lines. Especially when it comes to the subway network of some countries, it is far behind. For example, Moscow Metro, one of the most famous and oldest subways in the world, has a metro network of more than 300 kilometers.