It's time for Havaray: The cable car lines across Istanbul will also exceed 30 kilometers. 10 more lines will be added to the cable car lines currently 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 in 2015. Most ropeway projects will be implemented around the Golden Horn. Other lines will be put into service in Aydos, Büyükada, Kınalıada, Beykoz, Kayışdağı and Büyükçekmece.
The traffic problem in Istanbul will be solved by the rail system. In addition to the new metro lines, the city will be knitted with airborne 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 with the metro and tramway, but also with the airborne rail systems.
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.
WILL OPEN IN 2015
The longest havaray line Kadıköy- It will run along Fahrettin Kerim Gökay Street and Şemsettin Günaltay Avenue, called the 'Minibus road' between Maltepe and Kartal. The length of this line will be 18 kilometers. The most striking Havaray lines on the European Side are Şişli-Taksim, 4. Levent-Gültepe-Levent, Sefaköy-Halkalı-Beylikdüzü will be put into life. All of the lines, the first of which will be put into service in 2015, are expected to be completed in 2023.