Konya Subway is going to tender

Tender for the Konya Metro: The Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Feridun Bilgin stated that the preparations for the Konya Metro Project, which will connect the four corners of Konya, have been completed, and tender for the study, project and engineering services will be launched on 13 October.

Minister Bilgin stated that they have come to the tender stage for the Konya metro line, which is planned to form the backbone of public transportation in Konya, and that the specification works related to the preparation of Konya Rail System Line Projects, which will be carried out by the General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments (AYGM), have been completed.

Konya Metro Project etud, project and engineering services within the scope of the tender will be received pre-qualification proposals in October 13 Bilgin, "Konya, which will connect the four sides of Konya's most important step have taken the metropolis," he said.

  • “It will be 44,7 kilometers long”

Bilgin pointed out that the said line will bring great comfort to mass transportation in Konya and underlined that the metro project, which will be a total length of 44,7, is the largest investment to date in Konya.

Indicating that they will build the Konya Metro in stages, Bilgin said that the main line will be 23,9 kilometers and 26 stations in the north, extending to the existing Gar and Meram Municipality in the south, and serving the Beyhekim hospitals region in the north, the second line is 20,7 He noted that Necmettin Erbakan University, which consists of 24 kilometers and XNUMX stations, will be the new YHT Gar-Fetih Caddesi-Meram Municipality line.

  • “The first stage opens in 2019”

Bilgin said that the Konya Metro Project, which was proposed to the 2016 Investment Program, will be awarded in two stages, and that they plan to raise the first stage of the metro line to the Şeb-i Arus ceremonies in 2.

Minister Bilgin added that they expect Konya Metro to carry an average of 2030 million passengers annually by 290.

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