Metro Lines of Ankara

subway lines
subway lines

(M2) ANKARA METROSU-2 (KIZILAY - ÇAYYOLU-2)
The construction work of Kızılay-Çayyolu Metro Line, which was started on 27.09.2002, is in three stages and consists of 16.590 meters and 11 stations. The first phase of this line is projected as Söğütözü (AŞTİ) -Ümitköy, the second phase is Söğütözü-Necatibey and the third phase is completed as construction completion work between Kızılay-Çayyolu 2.

The building and construction works were carried out by our Institution until April 2011 date and the remaining works were transferred to the Ministry of Transport by the protocol on 25.04.2011. For the completion of this line, the contract was signed by the relevant Ministry on 13.12.2011 and the contract was started on 09.02.2012. The completion time of this Metro Line is 730 days and it will be transferred to our organization upon completion.

TOTAL LINE LENGTH: 16.590 meter
NUMBER OF STATIONS: 11 pieces

(M3) ANKARA METROSU-3 (BATIKENT-SİNCAN / TÖREKENT)
The building and construction works of the line which is projected as 15.360 meter line and 11 station between Batıkent-Sincan / Törekent were started on 19.02.2001. This line; It is a continuation of the Kızılay-Batıkent Metro which is in operation. In addition, Batıkent-Sincan Metro line will continue on Kızılay yoluBatıkent Metro Line and will provide uninterrupted access to Kızılay-Çayyolu Metro and Çayyol Metro.

The building and construction works were carried out by our Institution until April 2011 and the transfer of the remaining works has been transferred to the Ministry of Transport by the protocol on 25.04.2011. For this line, the contract was signed by 12.12.2011 on the date of 09.02.2012. The completion time of this Metro Line is 730 days and it will be transferred to our organization after completion.

TOTAL LINE LENGTH: 15.360 meter
NUMBER OF STATIONS: 11 Pieces

(M4) ANKARA METROSU-4 (TANDOĞAN-KEÇİÖREN)
The building and construction works of the line projected as 10.582 meter line and 11 station between Tandoğan and Keçiören were started on 15.07.2003. The part covering the 9.220 meter line and 9 station between Keçiören-AKM stations was transferred to the Ministry of Transport by the protocol on 25.04.2011. The project for the connection between Tandoğan or the TCDD High Speed ​​Railway GAR has been carried on by the Ministry of Transportation from the AKM station. If the Kecioren subway is connected to the railway station instead of Tandogan, free transfer from AKM station to Kizilay-Batikent Metro and from Maltepe station to ANKARAY will be provided. For this line, the contract was signed by 13.12.2011 on the date of 02.02.2012. The completion time of this Metro Line is 850 days and it will be transferred to our organization after completion.

TOTAL LINE LENGTH: 10.582 meter (9.220 m. In transfer protocol)
NUMBER OF STATIONS: 10 pieces (9 pieces in cycle protocol)

RAILED SYSTEM LINES PLANNING
(M5) ANKARA METROSU- 5 (ESENBOĞA - KIZILAY)
Greater Municipality of Ankara; Our General Directorate of EGO has been authorized to take over all the necessary operations, follow-up and completion of the railway system project, which is considered between the city center of Ankara and the Esenboğa Airport by the decision of 12.08.2011 date and 2466. .

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About Levent Ozen
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