200 million euros loan for Marmaray project

200 million euros loan for the Marmaray project: One of the major contributions to the Marmaray Project came from the European Investment Bank. It has been announced that the European Investment Bank (EIB) has been providing 200 million euros for financing Marmaray.

-The Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications,, Gebze-Haydarpaşa, Sirkeci- within the scope of the Marmaray Project carried out by the General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments.Halkalı The Credit Agreement was signed between the Undersecretariat for Credit and the European Investment Bank on 200 in order to provide additional financing of 08.05.2014 million euros for sub-project Improvement and Electromechanical Systems sub-project.

In the Marmaray project consisting of three sections, the first phase was the BC1 Rail Tube Tunnel Pass and Stations project. The most important stage of the project was the Bosphorus Crossing (BC1 Convention) Taisei / Kumagei-Gama-Nurol Joint Venture. The cost was announced as 3,3 billion pounds.

The second part, CR1 Subbase Lines Improvement

Haydarpasa-Gebze and Sirkeci-Halkalı In this section, which covers the improvement of the suburban lines, 4,5 km. 10, the European side of the 2 extra line is planned to open. The cost is calculated as 1 billion 42 million Euros.

The third and final part of the project is CR2 Railway Vehicle Supply.
2014 was planned to be purchased by 440 until 586. Some of these vehicles were completed for the Bosphorus crossing. But especially with the opening of the suburban line, it is planned to buy more cars. Vehicles are provided by the Ministry of Transport. The purchase cost of these vehicles is XNUMX million dollars.

In other words, the Marmaray Project has started with an investment cost of 2.6 billion Euros. The 1.1 billion euro has already been financed by the completion of the Bosphorus crossing. The remaining 1.5 is a billion euros. For this part to be financed, 200 million Euro support came from EIB.

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