Historic Florya Station Moving

The historical Florya Station is being transported: The Florya station on the Gebze-Halkalı commuter train line, which is being renovated within the scope of Marmaray, is being moved to the residential areas of the approximately 800 meter and to the area where luxury restaurants are located.

Kazlıçeşme-Halkalı line has not been used since the date of 2013, within the scope of the works carried out to extend the Marmaray line operating between Kazlıçeşme and Ayrılıkçeşmesi between Gebze and Halkalı. It was decided to dismantle the rails and move the Florya station to the east with approximately 800 meters within the scope of 'Improvement of Gebze - Halkali Commuter Lines'. In the station area where the expropriation process is carried out, a new station will be constructed in line with the request of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (iBB) Directorate of Transport Coordination.


DLH (General Directorate of Railways, Ports and Airports Construction) A new station was requested to be built on the 201 meter of the 29 thousand square meter land of IMM located in Bakırköy 200 island 950 plot by Marmaray (İstanbul) Regional Directorate. In the proposal, which was decided by unanimous vote in the IBB Parliament, the change was stated to be of public interest and it was decided to allocate the land to the 25 yearly free of charge to DLH.

The Florya Atatürk mansion and the old station near the Atatürk forest will be moved around the Florya Aquarium and Aqua Florya shopping center, where there are many residential and luxury restaurants.


The decision of the CHP voters in favor of the favorable vote was found to be appropriate on the condition that the trees in the area in question were 'removed by moving'. Expressing concern about the CHP, Council member Esin Hacıalioğlu warned that oğlu changing trees does not mean protecting trees H. Ak Party Council member Sibsevitah Şahin stressed that the station area was partially shifted, and the commission report stated that a prerequisite was not to damage the trees.


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