776 destination for Istanbul's rail network

The target for Istanbul's rail systems network is 776 kilometers: Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Kadir Topbaş stated that the entire rail systems metro network they envision in Istanbul is 776 kilometers.
Topbaş said, “4. In his speech at the opening of Railway, Light Rail Systems, Infrastructure and Logistics Fair (Eurasia Rail), he noted that it is very important for them to be held in Istanbul.
In the period when the world is becoming a global village, Topbaş shows that all the information shows a rapid permeability and shows a serious permeability between all countries, nations, businesses and sectors. It is seen that human beings are doing serious works in order to provide fast access to high speed trains with the opportunities provided by technological developments. told.
Giving the information that the city's metro network has increased from the 2004 kilometers they started in 45 to 143 kilometers now, Topbaş stated that they put 2019 kilometers in Istanbul at the end of 400. Emphasizing that the entire rail network of the rail systems they envisaged in Istanbul is 776 kilometers, Topbaş stated that they will receive a serious density in Istanbul.
Explaining that they will promote light metro wagons today, Topbaş underlined that they have put 18 of the 2 wagons they started mass production on the rails and other wagons will be on the rails every 3 weeks. Topbaş noted that the wagons in question will be exhibited at another fair in Germany after this fair.
The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) General Director Süleyman Karaman, not only in Turkey, in the heart of the international organization of the railway sector in the region was stressed that at this fair. Istanbul Governor Hüseyin Avni Mutlu pointed out that the fair was attended from 25 countries and that this was the richness of the fair.
After the speeches, TCDD General Manager Karaman gave a plaque to the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Lütfi Elvan, Governor Mutlu and President Topbaş.



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