1.5 Billion Lira Will Be Spent for Marmaray Project This Year


1.5 billion pounds will be spent for Marmaray Project this year: 1 billion 504 million 140 thousand pounds is planned for Marmaray which is described as Proj Project of the Century bu this year. Marmaray will be opened by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan simultaneously with Ankara-Istanbul High Speed ​​Line at 90 October 29, where the Republic's 2013 anniversary will be celebrated.

The 76 which is the foundation of the Marmaray Project, which is the 13,6 kilometer of Marmaray Project, will consist of tubes placed underneath the ground and at the base of the Bosphorus.

The 150 will be celebrated on October 90, which will be celebrated on October 29 by the Prime Minister Erdoğan at the same time.

For the completion of the Marmaray Project continues the 60 hour work as 3 shift in tunnels below the sea about 24 meters.

Total 13 billion 558 billion 1.387 billion 63 billion 8 meter 68 meter tunnel (670 meter immersed tube), 9 mile suburban line, the third line addition, superstructure and electromechanical system renewal of the project 298 billion 539 billion XNUMX billion XNUMX billion XNUMX is expected to find a thousand liras.


In 2013 it is planned to spend 1 billion 304 million 665 thousand pounds to be covered from 1 billion 504 million 140 thousand liras.

This year, 36 million 320 thousand TL of engineering and consultancy services, 731 million 631 thousand pounds rail throat tube pass, 501 million 884 thousand pounds Gebze-Haydarpaşa, Sirkeci-Halkalı 234 million 305 is intended to be spent on the construction of a railway vehicle, while improving the commuter lines and electromechanical systems.

History of the project

The idea about a railway tunnel under the Bosporus was first proposed in 1860. The tunnel was planned as a tunnel placed on the columns built on the seabed.

Such ideas and ideas were further evaluated in the following 20-30 year-round and a design was developed in 1902. In this design a railway tunnel passing under the Bosphorus was envisaged, but in this design a tunnel was placed on the seabed.

Since then, many different ideas and ideas have been tried and new technologies have evolved into design. The demand for the construction of a public rail link between Istanbul and the east and west and under the Bosphorus has increased gradually in the early years of 1980, resulting in the first comprehensive feasibility study conducted at 1987.

As a result of this study, the route determined in the project today was chosen as the best among a number of routes.

The project, which was outlined in 1987, was discussed in the following years, and it was decided to update the feasibility studies at 1995, including further detailed surveys and studies and passenger demand estimates at 1987.

These studies were completed in 1998, and the results showed the accuracy of the results obtained and showed that the project would offer many advantages to the people living and working in Istanbul and would reduce the rapidly increasing problems associated with traffic congestion in the city.

In the 1999 Turkey and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) signed a financing agreement between. This loan agreement was the basis for the project's funding for the Istanbul Bosphorus Crossing.

The tenders were open to international and national contractors and / or joint ventures.

In 2002, the contract for the construction of the Bosphorus Tube Crossing and approach tunnels and the 4 station was contracted. The contract was awarded for the construction of the BC1 Railway Tube Crossing, Tunnels and Stations. The contract was signed at 2004 with the joint venture. For this contract, a second loan agreement was signed with JICA in 2004.

In addition, the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the 2004 have signed loan agreements for the financing of the Railway Vehicles (CR2006) in 1 in 2006 in order to finance the financing agreements of important parts of the project.

With the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB), loan agreements were signed for the financing of the CR2008 contract in 1 and in the 2010 for the financing of the CR2 contract.

Contract CR1 Commuter Lines Improvement and Electro-Mechanical Systems business was tendered at 2006 (Pre-qualification divide 2004) contract was signed at 2007 in March with a joint venture that took place in June 2007 and work was terminated in July 2010. The ICC Arbitration process, which commences upon the termination process and the application of the contractor, continues.

The tender process under the name of Contract CR3 started with the publication of International Bidding Announcement in July 2010 and technical proposals will be opened in January 2011. Contract CR2 Railway Vehicles Procurement business was awarded in 2008 (Pre-qualification divination 2007) with the joint venture that took place in November 2008 signed a contract in December 2008.

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