Arrived in Havaray



Arrived to Havaray: The cable car lines across Istanbul will also exceed 30 kilometers. At present, the 10 line will be added to the cable car lines serving between Maçka-Taşkışla and Eyüp-Pierre Loti. The longest of these will be the Mecidiyeköy-Zincirlikuyu-Çamlıca line, which is expected to be 10 kilometers long. This line will be put into service at 2015. The most ropeway project will be brought to life around Haliç. Other lines will be put into service in Aydos, Büyükada, Kınalıada, Beykoz, Kayışdağı and Büyükçekmece.

Traffic problem in Istanbul will be solved by rail system. In addition to the new metro lines, the city will be built with iron networks. Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM), which aims to increase the length of the rail system to 2019 kilometers in 774, will contribute to the solution of the problem not only by metro and tramway but also by rail systems going through the air.

PRIORITY TO LOCK LOCKS

İBB launched tenders for Metro projects and launched tenders for Havaray lines. IMM, which offers advertisements for the project and for consultancy services, is planning to open the 10 Havaray line in the areas where traffic is high. Accordingly, the total length of Sabiha Gökçen Airport -Formula, Ataşehir-Ümraniye, Kartal-D100, Maltepe-Başıbüyük lines will be 52 kilometers.

OPENING ON 2015

En uzun havaray hattı ise Kadıköy-Maltepe-Kartal arasındaki ‘Minibüs yolu’ denilen Fahrettin Kerim Gökay Caddesi ve Şemsettin Günaltay Caddesi boyunca uzanacak. Bu hattın uzunluğu 18 kilometre olacak. Avrupa Yakası’ndaki en dikkat çekici Havaray hatları ise Şişli-Taksim, 4. Levent-Gültepe-Levent, Sefaköy-Halkalı-Beylikdüzü arasında yaşama geçirilecek. İlki 2015’te hizmete girecek hatların hepsinin 2023’te tamamlanması beklenmekte.

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