Mahmutbey Esenyurt Metro Line to be Completed in 4 Years

mahmutbey bahcesehir esenyurt metro line construction tender result special news
mahmutbey bahcesehir esenyurt metro line construction tender result special news

Details on the Mahmutbey Bahçeşehir Esenyurt metro line have been announced. The line, which will be connected with many metro lines, is aimed to be completed in 4 years.

Details on the Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt metro line became clear. 'Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)' is not required for the metro line that will affect the districts of Istanbul's Bağcılar, Küçükçekmece, Avcılar, Başakşehir and Esenyurt districts.

The 2.211.600.000 TL project will consist of 9 stations. The Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt metro line, planned for 16,04 kilometers, will be connected to many metro lines.

Mahmutbey- Bahçeşehir metro extension line, construction started in 2014 Kabataş- It was designed as a planned project as a continuation of the Mahmutbey rail system line.

The Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt metro line will start from Mahmutbey station and continue in the east-west direction and end in the Esenkent neighborhood, north of the TEM highway. Mahmutbey station, which is the first stop of Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt metro, Kirazlı-Başakşehir-Olimpiyatköy and Kabataş-Mahmutköy is the place where integration with rail system lines is provided.

In addition, the Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt Metro Line, which is parallel to the TEM highway, has been identified as an important line that will connect the two sides of the Canal Istanbul Project planned to be constructed and will be the connecting point for the city centers. Within the scope of Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt metro line, the project is planned to be completed in 4 year with total test times.

Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt metro line stations:

  • Regional Park
  • Mehmet Akif
  • Corporate housing
  • Theme Park
  • Hospital
  • tahtakale
  • Ispartakule
  • Bahçeşehir
  • Esenkent.

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) aims to determine the positive and negative impacts of the projects planned to be implemented in the environment, to prevent adverse impacts or to minimize the impact on the environment. is called.

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