Esenyurt Metro Line Extended

Our priority in the metro will be the places where we get the most votes. Başkan Mevlüt Uysal, Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, who has reacted with his statement, decided to extend the construction of Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt line which is under construction. The cost of the line which will be extended by Esenkent from Esenyurt to 2.7 km is announced as 750 million lira.

In order to extend the Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt line, which is one of the metro lines that Mevlüt Uysal, mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, had canceled and then canceled, the application was made to the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization at 15 February 2018. The Ministry decided today that değ Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is not required. For the metro extension project. According to the project file sent to the Ministry by the Directorate of Transportation Planning Directorate of İBB Transportation Department, the previously announced 2.7 km Ardıçlı and Esenyurt Meydan stops were added to the Mahmutbey - Bahçeşehir - Esenyurt line. The cost of the two stops was calculated as 750 million lira.

2015 STOPS IN 9

In the project file, the 2015 18,6 kilometers of the Mahmutbey - Bahçeşehir - Esenyurt metro line, the first 9 stop between the Mahmutbey - Esenkent stations, "EIA is not required" decision was taken. Ardıçlı and Esenyurt Meydan stations, which were added to the project later, were referred to the ministry again. It was recorded that the extension line will consist of parallel arrival and departure tunnels of 2,7 km. The extension line starting from the Esenkent Station at 9 meter depth, which is the last point of the first 24,20 station, which was previously decided not to be N EIA Not Required olan, is located at a depth of 26 meter and is located at 10. The station will reach the Ardıçlı station. From here, you will arrive at Esenyurt Meydan Station, the last station at the depth of 32,60.

POPULATION INCREASED, 2 STATION ADDED MORE

In the project file, Esenyurt pointed out that Esenyurt is a developing district in recent years. As a result of the rapid development of the population, there has been a heavy traffic problem in the region. As a solution to this problem, the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality has planned to solve the transportation problem of this region by adding two stations to the Mahmutbey - Bahçeşehir - Esenyurt rail public transportation system.

  1. INTEGRATED WITH AIRPORT METRO

According to the information in the project file is expected to be completed in the year 4 line. 18,6 km Mahmutbey - Bahçeşehir - Esenyurt line; At Mahmutbey station Kirazlı - Başakşehir - Olimpiyatköy subway, at Mehmet Akif Station Ataköy - İkitelli Metro line, at Temapark station Halkalı-Arnavutköy-3. Airport will be integrated with the metro project.

11 STATION

The commencement of the metro line, which is expected to serve in Bağcılar, Küçükçekmece, Avcılar, Başakşehir and Esenyurt districts, is the ongoing Mahmutbey Station construction of the Kabataş - Mahmutbey metro. Regional Park, Mehmet Akif, Mass Housing, Theme, Hospital, Tahtakale, Ispartakule, Bahcesehir, Esenkent, Ardicli will pass through Esenyurt Meydan Station. There are 11 units on this route, one of which is planned in the other project. The tender for the Mahmutbey-Bahçeşehir-Esenyurt metro in 2017 was awarded to Makyol, IC İçtaş and Astur in 3 billion 49 million TL.

Source : www.sozcu.com.tr

About Levent Ozen
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