📩 25/11/2018 19:06
The income of Marmaray will exceed the income of bridges and highways: Marmaray, which is expected to carry 1,4 million to 1,7 million passengers per day, is expected to generate between 1 billion TL and 1,2 billion TL annually.
1,5 centuries-old dream of Turkey's Marmaray journey begins today. Marmaray, which is expected to carry 1,4 million to 1,7 million passengers per day, is expected to generate between 1 billion TL and 1,2 billion TL annually. The line, with the ticket price of 1,95 TL, is expected to pay for itself between 7,5 years and 9,3 years.
COST 9,3 BILLION TL
The total cost of the Marmaray Project, which will turn into a 76.3 kilometer line when completed, will reach 9.3 billion TL. 13 meters of tunnel (558 meters of immersed tube), 1.387 kilometers of suburban line, the addition of the third line, superstructure and electromechanical system renewal of the railway vehicle, the total cost of the project, 63 billion 8 million 68 thousand TL of which is a loan, is 670 billion 9 million 298 It is expected to reach thousand liras.
5 BILLION WASTED
2004 construction works started in the project, so far 4 billion 514 million 343 million pounds, including 5 billion 192 million 158 million pounds were spent. In 2013, 1 billion 304 million 665 thousand pounds to meet the loan 1 billion 504 million 140 million pounds is planned to be spent. 36 million 320 thousand pounds of this year's expenditure will be given to engineering and consultancy services, 731 million 631 thousand pounds to railroad tube passage, 501 million 884 thousand pounds Gebze-HaydarpaşaHalkalı 234 million 305 is intended to be spent on the construction of a railway vehicle, while improving the commuter lines and electromechanical systems.
1,2 billion pounds per year
In the Marmaray project carried out by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Reporting, the majority of its funding was provided by the European Investment Bank and the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JBIC). Tenders organized separately for Bosphorus crossing, wagon production, consultancy services and electronic mechanical works were made open to international and national contractors and joint ventures. A total of 3 billion 350 million dollars of financing was provided from the Japanese Government, the European Investment Bank and the Council of Europe Development Bank for the Marmaray Project.