New metro line to the Anatolian Side of Istanbul

New metro line to the Anatolian Side of Istanbul: Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy metro line, which is planned to be opened this year, will be extended to Sarıgazi-Sancaktepe-Sultanbeyli. In this way, the journey distance between Üsküdar and Sultanbeyli will decrease to 30 minutes.
The last meeting of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) Assembly General Assembly was held in March. A new metro line gospel for the Anatolian Side came from the meeting. The decision, which includes the extension of the Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy subway line, which is the second subway of the Anatolian Side, to Sarıgazi-Sancaktepe-Sultanbeyli, was unanimously approved.
Turkey will be the first driverless metro line Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy line Sarıgazi With continuing and will go on until Sultanbeyli Sancaktepe. The 16-kilometer line with 20 stations, which are under construction and are planned to be completed within this year, will decrease to 24 minutes between Üsküdar and Çekmeköy. With the extension of the line to Sultanbeyli, the journey time between Üsküdar and Sultanbeyli is aimed to be reduced to 30 minutes. The line will also be integrated into the metrobus line in Marmaray and Altunizade in Üsküdar.
With the opening of the Şile highway, it is planned to make a metro connection to Yenidogan Neighborhood due to the increase in population and traffic. Similar to the Seyrantepe connection of the Yenikapı-Hacıosman subway, the work is underway for the construction of 'Çekmeköy Sultanbeyli and Sarıgazi (Hospital) Neonatal Metro Line'.



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