Railway Connection Project to Sabiha Gokcen and Ataturk Airports

AYGM Railway Connection Project to Sabiha Gökçen and Atatürk Airports
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According to the information received by the Investments Magazine; BID model to be made in Istanbul 3. When the airport is completed, it is on the agenda that 4 km connection line, which is planned to be built within the scope of the project, will be closed due to the closure of Atatürk Airport.

Authorities, the final decision on the issue by the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Binali Yildirim said.

Sabiha Gökçen Airport, the railway connection to be made for the study of the revision of the studies, indicating that the authorities, Sabiha Gokcen Airport to connect with the railway line or metro line said that studies were carried out. After the completion of the studies, the Ministry of Development's approval will be applied again.

It is planned to announce a tender at the end of this year after obtaining the required approval.

Two separate packages in the tender stating that the authorities, the first stage of the infrastructure works and then the construction work for the construction of the tender announced the tender will be requested from the companies noted.

As it is known, 25 May 2009 was awarded the bid for Yuksel Domanic-Atac joint venture group and the joint venture group was signed on 27 July 2009 on 1.752.825 TL. The total cost of the 16 km long railway line project was determined as 193 million pounds.

Information About Bidding
Under the scope of the tender, construction works such as tunnels, bridges, retaining walls, station facilities and railway according to the technical specifications, electrification, signaling and telecommunication works, the existing infrastructure (electricity, natural gas, water, telephone, sewer etc.) taking.

Reference: Investments Journal 1115 / 21 January 2013 (AS)

Source : I www.yatirimlar.co

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