Istanbul's transport investments will exceed 90 billion pounds

Transportation investments of Istanbul will exceed 90 billion liras. “The investment we have made in Istanbul will exceed 90 billion liras when the ongoing projects are completed together with the public-private cooperation,” said Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications.
Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Binali Yıldırım, stated that he found the return for every investment made in Istanbul. "When the ongoing projects are completed with the cooperation with public-private cooperation, our investment in Istanbul will exceed 90 billion liras."
Yıldırım evaluated the investments made in Istanbul by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications to AA correspondent and said that they have realized the biggest projects of the world in order to solve the transportation problem of Istanbul.
Yıldırım stated that they have invested approximately 17 billion lira in Istanbul as a ministry so far, and this number will exceed 90 billion lira when the projects that are carried out together with the public-private cooperation are completed.
“These projects will facilitate the transportation of Istanbul”
Expressing that the "Eurasia Crossing" project, which is a sister project to Marmaray in the Bosphorus, is starting to count days, Yıldırım said, "The cost of this project is 1,2 billion dollars. In addition, the cost of the Istanbul-İzmir Highway and Izmit Gulf Crossing project, which is under construction, is $ 6,3 billion, the cost of Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and its continuation roads is 2,5 billion dollars, the cost of the 3rd airport is $ 13,1 billion, the cost of the Haliç Yacht Harbor project 600 million dollars. All these projects are projects that will facilitate the transportation of Istanbul and are largely completed. ”
Minister Yıldırım stressed that the Izmit Gulf Crossing Bridge will be put into service in April, the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge will be launched in August, the Eurasian Crossing will be launched in December and the third airport in 3.
"From Gebze Halkalıwill be able to go without interruption ”
Yıldırım reminded that Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality promised a city rail system of approximately 2023 kilometers until 500 and said that they continue to contribute to the municipality to achieve this goal.
Yıldırım, from the Gebze of Istanbul, when the rehabilitation of the suburban lines, the continuation of Marmaray, which is under construction, is completed. HalkalıHe stated that he would have a system with a total of 76 kilometers of metro setting up to.
In this way, from Gebze in urban transportation HalkalıEmphasizing that they can go to Istanbul without interruption and without interruption, Yıldırım said:
“Even the high-speed train will not stay in Pendik, Halkalıwill reach up to. We have two metro projects that we are currently building. One of them is completely underground between Sabiha Gökçen Airport and Kaynarca and around 7-7,5 kilometers. This line is in Kaynarca Kadıköy-It integrates into the Eagle subway. Therefore, we have added Sabiha Gökçen Airport to the metro network. In the south, this line is integrated into Marmaray. In Bakırköy, we have a second metro construction of 9,5 kilometers starting from İDO pier and continuing up to Kirazlı. We will put all of these into service before 2019. Last year, we put the Levent-Hisarüstü subway into service. Kabataş- We extended the Taksim line to Boğaziçi University by connecting in Levent. This year, we have a 15 km subway construction that starts from Yenikapı and extends to İncirli and from there to Sefaköy. ”
Stating that the subway connection project of the new airport is over, Yıldırım said that the construction tender will be held this year and one of the two connection routes that will extend to the airport is from Gayrettepe and the other one. HalkalıHe said he would be from.
Minister Yıldırım said that the "Kanal Istanbul" project, which will start in 2016, is planned to be completed by 2019-2020.

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