Istanbul Havaray Project will breathe traffic

Istanbul Havaray Project will breathe traffic: Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality's new project Havaray will be able to relax. 47.8 can be transported to 10 thousand passengers per day even on 200 kilometers.

A new era begins in public transportation in Istanbul. After the metrobus, metro, tram and cable car, the Havaray Project was also added to the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality's transportation investments. As a short distance, the 10 is thought to be on the same line, and the system will be on air without affecting existing traffic and routes. The first tender for the study of the Havaray Project will take place next month. The Istanbul Havaray Project, which brings an alternative route by moving the rail system to the air, has also been determined to a great extent.


4 will be built on the Asian side and 4 will be built on the European side. The air will move on the columns, so it will not affect the current traffic and routes.
The masses will be integrated with the metro and metrobus systems, and the airways will greatly ease the short distance transportation.


It is expected that the removal of minibuses will be made to the areas where the minibuses are provided. 40-50 can be transported in a day as a public transport system in Europe as well as in Japan and China. Those with high capacity can reach the capacity of 200 thousand passengers per day. The trip time between the stops of the system will be 2 minutes.

About Levent Ozen
Every year, high-speed rail sector, the European leader in the growing Turkey. Investments in railways, which take this speed from high-speed trains, continue to increase. In addition, with the investments made for transportation in the city, the stars of many of our companies making domestic production shine. It is proud that Turkish high-speed tren national train ”production has been started in addition to the companies producing domestic tram, light rail and subway vehicles. We are very happy to be in this proud table.

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