Urban Rail System Lines in Istanbul

Istanbul city rail system lines
Istanbul city rail system lines

The fastest and most practical solution of public transportation is the metro. It provides fast, punctual and comfortable transportation between two points. The metro is a must in modern cities. It is very easy for cities to go from one point to another with many years ago in many developed world countries.

Metro Istanbul continues to wind up Istanbul as a network. Total 170,05 km. The long-running 13 urban rail system line continues to serve more than 2 million passengers every day.

KADIKÖY-TAVŞANTEPE METRO LINE
stations
Kadikoy
Ayrilik Cesmesi
Bitter almond
Ünalan
Göztepe
Yenisahra
Kozyatağı
Bostanci
Küçükyalı
Maltepe
nursing home
Rose water
Esenkent
Hospital-Justice
Soganlik
Kartal
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Pendik
Tavşantepe

The line is 1. 2012 was completed in 21,7 and 16 station was opened in 2 km between Kadikoy and Kartal. With the construction of Yakacık-Adnan Kahveci, Pendik and Tavşantepe stations, the line's 2. The stage was also completed. 26,5. The length of the line was increased to 19 km and the number of stations to XNUMX.

The line is located on the D100 route starting from Kadikoy and in Acıbadem region and follows this route until Tavşantepe. There is a warehouse with 52 vehicle (13 train) capacity and a maintenance workshop with total 32 vehicle capacity between Maltepe and Huzurevi stations on the line and in Maltepe Station area. The entire line, including warehouse and workshop areas, was built underground.

Opening Dates

Tender Date: 14.01.2008
Contract Date: 06.03.2008
Starting Date: 21.03.2008
Receiving the first vehicle: 11.01.2011
First Vehicle Reduction: 27.01.2011
Completion of Tunnels: October 2011
Commissioning of the Signal System: March 2012
Start of the Trial Schedules: 8 May 2012
1. Opening Date of the Stage: 17 August 2012
Opening of the Split Fountain Station: 29 October 2013
2. Opening Date of the Stage: 10 October 2016

Business Information

Line Length: 26,2 Km.

Number of Stations: 19

Number of Wagons: 144 (36 4 Train)

Duration: 82 Min.

Operating Hours: 06.00 - 00.00

Passenger Carrying Capacity: 70.000 Passenger / Hour

Expedite Expedition: 90 Sn. (Theoretical), 120 Sn. (Practical)

Flight Frequency: 4 Min. (Peak Hour)

Station Structures

The tunnels of the line are between TBM - Kozyatağı and Kartal - Kaynarca; It was excavated by NATM method between Kozyatağı and Kartal. There is an additional rail track and two side platforms at Bostancı Station, considering the need for alternative operation. All other stations are constructed as a side platform. Station length is 180 meters and suitable for train operation with 8. There are 259 pieces of escalators and 70 units. The 30 turn-by-turn is designed to allow 315 to pass through for passengers with disabilities.

System Safety and Security

M4 Smoke and passenger evacuation scenarios have been prepared against the negative situations that can be experienced in the Kadıköy - Tavşantepe Metro Line and the simulations have been tested for these scenarios. With the total 991 camera in the stations, the system is continuously monitored, controlled and audited by security personnel.

The signaling of the line and the storage area has a continuous communication-based Motion Block system. The signaling system is Thales CBTC system and there is no driver parking for trains.

All equipment used in the construction of the line is selected from materials that are resistant to high temperature and do not emit toxic gases. In the event of fire, to ensure the evacuation of the passengers as soon as possible and safely; There is a reliable smoke control and evacuation system in accordance with the standards, especially NFPA, which can operate fully automatically.

The energy supply of the whole system at Kadikoy - Tavsantepe Metro Line is made from 3 at a separate point. If all three supply points are deactivated, the 2 separate-end generators are activated. With the introduction of the generators, all the trains in the tunnel are delivered to the nearest station and the evacuation of the passengers is ensured. In case the power supply is not provided and the generators are disabled; The lighting system and electronic control systems can be fed through uninterruptible power supplies for 3 hours.

Integration

Kadikoy Station, T3 Kadıköy - Moda Tram Line, city lines, sea buses and marine engines,
At Ayrılık Fountain Station, Marmaray,
At Ünalan Station,
In Pendik Station, transfer can be made to Pendik High Speed ​​Train Station via IETT buses.

ÜSKÜDAR-ÇEKMEKÖY METRO LINE
stations
Uskudar
Fıstıkağacı
Bağlarbaşı
altunizade
Kısıklı
Bulgurlu
Umraniye
Bazaar
Yamanevler
Lighter
Ihlamurkuyu
Altınşehir
Imam Hatip High School
dudullu
Necip Fazil
Çekmeköy-Sancaktepe

M5 Üsküdar-Cekmekoy Line, is the second metro line on the Asian side of Turkey's is the first driverless metro line. The line starts from Üsküdar Square and passes through Ümraniye district center and ends at Çekmeköy Square.

It is planned to extend the line to Sultanbeyli and Kurtköy with the works carried out within the framework of the future vision of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality rail systems.

Opening Date

1. Stage Uskudar-Yamanevler: 15 December 2017
2. Etap Yamanevler-Cekmekoy: 21 October 2018

Business Information

Line Length: 20 Km.
Number of Stations: 16
Number of Vehicles: 126
Duration: 32 Min. one direction
Operating Hours: 06.00 - 24.00
Number of Guests per Day: 180.000 (Average)
Daily Trip Number: 334
Flight Frequency: 8 Min.

Station Structures

Tunnels of the line were excavated by TBM and NATM method. All of the stations were built underground. The station length is 140 meters (150 meters at Üsküdar Station) and is suitable for 6 train operation. All of the stations have special entrance turnstiles and elevators to provide disabled access and escalators for other passengers. The access to the concave floor (turnstile) from the entrance area at the Kısıklı station is only provided by elevators, and the platform floor is accessible by both elevator and escalators. Since the system UTO is operated without a fully automatic driver, all platforms have PAKS (Panel Separator Door System).

Integration

Üsküdar Station, Marmaray, İETT and sea piers,
At Altunizade Station, transfer can be made to BRT.

LEVENT-BOĞAZİÇİ Ü. / HİSARÜSTÜ METRO LINE
stations
Levente
Nispetiye
Etiler
Hisarüstü-Boğaziçi University

M6 Metro Line provides access to Bosphorus University and Hisarüstü region for passengers arriving by M2 Yenikapı - Hacıosman Metro Line. With the new Austrian Tunneling (NATM) method and built as a single tube tunnel, the M6 Metro Line is different from other metro lines.

In the system built on the monorail line, trains pass through the station areas and in the other areas only one vehicle is driven in the same direction as the construction technique.

Opening Date

19.04.2015

Business Information

Line Length: 3,3 Km.
Number of Stations: 4
Number of Wagons: 12 pieces
Duration: 7 Min. in one direction
Operating Hours: 06.00 - 00.00
Number of Daily Passengers:
Number of Daily Flights: 156 Expedition / One Way
Flight Frequency: 5 Min. (Peak Hour)

Station Structures

All the stations of the line were built as underground and middle platform. At Etiler station, access between the turnstile area and the platform is only provided by elevators, while other stations are also accessible by escalators.

Integration

At Levent Station, transfer to M2 Yenikapı - Hacıosman Metro Line is possible.

KABATAŞ-BAĞCILAR TRAMVAY LINE
stations
Bagcilar
Güneştepe
Yavuz Selim
Bulbous
raiders
Gungoren
Merter Textile Center
Mehmet Akif
Zeytinburnu
Mithatpaşa
Akşemsettin
Merkezefendi
Cevizlibağ
Topkapi
Pazartekke
Anchor-Şehremini
Fındıkzade
Hasseki
Yusufpaşa
Aksaray
Laleli
Beyazit
Çemberlitas
Blue
Gulhane
Sirkeci
Eminonu
Karakoy
Armory
nut
Stone

The first phase of the line was built between Sirkeci and Aksaray and opened in 1992. The line connected to Topkapi and Zeytinburnu is extended to Eminonu Station. 29 was transferred to Kabataş on June 2006 by passing over Galata Bridge.

In connection with the M1 Yenikapı Hacıosman Metro Line via the F2 Taksim - Kabataş Funicular Line in the Kabataş region, 4. Rail transportation between Levent and Atatürk Airport has been provided. All the stations of the T2006 Zeytinburnu - Bağcılar Line, which were commissioned in 2 and operated with high-based tramway vehicles, were made compatible with low-base trams only at the end of a week and combined with the T3 Line on 2011 February 1. With this study, direct rail transportation from Bağcılar to Kabataş has been provided.

Opening Dates

Aksaray - Beyazit: 13.06.1992
Sirkeci - Beyazit: 10.07.1992
Aksaray - Topkapi: 29.10.1992
Topkapi - Zeytinburnu: 10.03.1994
Sirkeci - Eminonu: 20.04.1996
Eminönü - Hazelnut: 01.01.2005
Hazelnut - Kabataş: 01.06.2006
Zeytinburnu - Bagcilar: 15.09.2006 (T2 Line)
Combining T1 - T2 Lines: 3 February 2011

Business Information

Line Length: 19,3 Km.
Number of Stations: 31
Number of Wagons: 92
Duration: 65 Min. in one direction
Operating Hours: 06.00 - 00.00
Number of passengers per day: 320.000 Passenger
Number of Daily Flights: 295 Expedition / One Way
Flight Frequency: 2 Min. (Peak Hour)

Station Structures

The stations on the whole of the line are suitable for the operation of the low floor tram cars and the ramps for disabled access are constructed with ramps in technical conditions suitable for disabled access. Only Topkapi station was built in the Topkapı underpass.

Integration

The T1 tram line is considered as one of our spine lines with its high capacity and route, so it provides the possibility to transfer its route to other public transportation vehicles at many points on its route.

In Bağcılar Station, M1B Yenikapı-Kirazlı metro line,
M1A Yenikapı-Atatürk Airport metro line and Metrobus line at Zeytinburnu Station,
CevizliBağ-Atatürk Student Dormitory Station, metrobus line,
T4 Topkapı at Topkapı Station - Mescid-i Selam tram line,
M1A Yenikapı-Atatürk Airport and M1B Yenikapı-Kirazlı metro lines at Yusufpaşa Station,
M2 Yenikapı-Hacıosman metro line and Marmaray operation at Aksaray Station,
At the Laleli-Istanbul University Station M2 Yenikapı-Hacıosman metro line,
Marmaray operation at Sirkeci Station,
With sea enterprises in Eminönü Station,
F2 Karaköy-Beyoğlu at the Karaköy Station, the historical tunnel line and sea-runways,
At Kabataş Station, F1 can be transferred to Taksim-Kabataş Funicular line, City Lines, IDO and marine engines.

KADIKÖY-MODA TRAMVAY LINE
stations
Iskele Mosque
Bazaar
Altıyol
Bahariya
The church
Moda Primary School
Fashion Street
Mühürdar
Stamp Street
Kadikoy IDO

1 November 2003 The Kadikoy-Moda Tram Line, which started its service on 2,6, has a length of 10 km and even a total of 4 stations. Kadikoy - Moda Tram Line, where XNUMX tramway car works, starts from Kadikoy Square and reaches to Bahariye Street via bus private route. The line reaching to Moda by following Bahariye Street reaches Kadıköy Square again via Moda Street.

Opening Date

01.11.2003

Business Information

Line Length: 2,6 Km.
Number of Stations: 10
Number of Wagons: 4
Duration: 20 Min.
Business Hours:
Weekdays: 06: 55 - 21: 00
Saturday: 08: 30 - 21: 00
Market: 10: 00 - 20: 00
* It is the first and last vehicle hours moving from Kadikoy. These hours are given for information purposes.
Number of passengers per day: 2.500 Passenger
Daily Trip Number: 82
Flight Frequency: 10 Min. (Peak Hour)

Nostalgic Tram Line

T3 Line; in part, it follows the route of the old tram line 20. It passes through Kadıköy Square, Altıyol and Bahariye Street, and comes back to Kadıköy İDO Pier from Moda Primary School and Moda Avenue and works as a ring enterprise. The system, which is operated with one way management, is provided by Tatra GT6 model tram cars, which are taken from Germany Jena city as second hand. The company is also referred to as the Nostalgic Tram Line, due to its use of the old tram line of 20 and its operation with nostalgic vehicles. All maintenance, repair and overhaul operations of these vehicles; Tramway maintenance workshop located near Kadikoy-IDO Station.

Station Structures

All stations of this line are located at the pavement level as in bus stops, there is no closed stop structure on the line.

Integration

At İDO Station in Kadıköy, İDO marine operation,
In İskele Mosque Station, it is possible to transfer to M4 Kadıköy-Tavşantepe metro line, bus lines, City Lines, IDO and marine engines.

TOPKAPI - MESCID-I SELAM TRAMVAY LINE
stations
Mescid-i Selam
Cebeci
Sultançiftliği
Yenimahalle
Hacı Şükrü
50.
Republic neighborhood
Metris
Black Sea
Stone bridge
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Bosna Cukurcesme
Sağmalcılar
Uluyol
Rummy
artillery
Iron door
Martyrdom
Edirnekapı
Homeland
the Fetihkap
Topkapi

T4 Tramway Line, Sultanciftligi and Gaziosmanpasa region was established to carry the passenger traffic to important transfer points and to relax the regional traffic. 17 2007 2 18 2009 15,3 XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX and reached to Topkapı by passing through Edirnekapı and Vatan region. The total length of the line reached XNUMX with the Martyrdom - Topkapı stage which was commissioned on XNUMX March XNUMX.

The line where high-based tramway vehicles are used passes through the Sultangazi, Gaziosmanpaşa, Bayrampaşa and Eyüp Sultan districts. The lines of the line with 25.000 passenger capacity in one direction are designed to operate 3 arrays.

Opening Dates

1. Opening Date: 12. 09. 2007
2. Opening Date: 18. 03. 2009

Business Information

Line Length: 15,3 Km.
Number of Stations: 22
Number of Wagons: 80
Duration: 45 Min. (One direction)
Operating Hours: 06.00 - 00.00
Number of passengers per day: 170.000 Passenger
Daily Trip Number: 431
One Way Trip Frequency: 4 Min. (Peak Hour)

Station Structures

The T4 line is operated with high base tramways, so all platforms are built high. There are ramps and elevators at the stations and elevators and escalators for access of disabled and elderly passengers at the stations.

There are total 7 units in the system, 1 underground, 14 on viaduct and 22 on the surface.

Integration

Martyrdom Station, metrobus operation,
At Vatan Station, M1A Yenikapı-Atatürk Airport and M1B Yenikapı-Kirazlı Metro lines,
In Topkapı Station, T1 can be transferred to Bağcılar-Kabataş Tram Line and metrobus operation.

MAÇKA-STONEY TELEFERIC LINE
stations
Macka
Taşkışla

The line between Taşkışla and Maçka was put into service on April 11. The ropeway line which eliminates the difficulty of the road and pedestrian transportation between the Democracy Park and the Beyoğlu Marriage Office, both saves time and offers a distinctive Istanbul enjoyment with the unique view of the route.

Opening Date

11. 04. 1993

Business Information

Line Length: 0,3 km
Number of Stations: 2
Number of Wagons: 4
Duration: 3,5 Min.
Business Hours:
Summer Schedule: 08: 00 - 20: 00
Winter Schedule: 08: 00 to 19: 00
* It is the opening and closing hours of the stations to operate, the changes may occur depending on the business. These hours are given for information purposes.
Number of passengers per day: 1.000 Passenger
Daily Trip Number: 90
Flight Frequency: 5 Min. (Peak Hour)

System

It is a non-intermediate and two-station overhead line transport system with 6 cabins in one direction and 2 cabin in one direction. The line operates with two ropes, one of which is a carrier and one is attractive. Between the two stations in Maçka and Taşkışla, on the 4 meter-long line, there is a capacity of carrying 333,5 people in one direction. In case of power failure, the boilers are brought to the stations with the generator feed. At the moment of braking, a brake is triggered, the second brake is triggered when the speed is reduced and is stopped at the station. The speed at which the cabins enter the stations is controlled and controlled by the distance detector in the direction of the station input. Each station stops the cabs by means of hydraulic stops. This position is safely done with two separate distance detectors.

EYÜP-PİYER LOTY TELEFERIC LINE
stations
Eyup
Piyerloti

The line was built by IMM for the construction of the Haliç region within the scope of the Urban Design Projects conducted throughout Istanbul. With the project, it is aimed to support the historical and touristic structure of the region and to facilitate the access of Piyer Loti Hill to the domestic and foreign tourists.

The station is at Piyer Loti Hill, one of the world's most well-known tourist attractions. On the top floor of the station, there is a navigation binocular.

Opening Date

30. 11. 2005

Business Information

Line Length: 0,42 km
Number of Stations: 2
Number of Wagons: 4
Duration: 2,75 Min.
Business Hours:
Summer Schedule: 08: 00 - 23: 00
Winter Schedule: 08: 00 to 22: 00
* It is the opening and closing hours of the stations to operate, the changes may occur depending on the business. These hours are given for information purposes
Number of passengers per day: 4000 Passenger
Daily Trip Number: 200
Flight Frequency: 5 Min.
Operating Speed: 4 m / Sn.
Single Cabinet Load Capacity (8 Personality): 650 Kg.
Carrying Capacity: 576 Person / Hour
Travel Time: 165 Sn.
Average Flights per Hour: 18 Expedition

System

The system is operated with 8 cabins in one direction and with 4 in each direction. The line works with a single rope used both as a tow truck and a carrier, and the mechanical system is located at Eyüp Sultan Station. Eyüp Sultan Station is located on the edge of the Golden Horn, while the Piyer Loti Station is located in front of the historic Piyer Loti Tea Garden.

System; In the event of excessive wind, carrier rope and pulley system, the system has a security system that shows the fault and information on the control computer, which ensures that the cabs do not stop at the correct point in the station and stop automatically in case of excessive speed. Technical data such as distance to stations, speed, motor current, torque, safety switch positions, fault list, active faults, wind speed can be monitored on this computer system. The seats in the cabins can be folded and allow wheelchair travel. In case of power failure, the diesel engine is activated and the hydraulic system is activated. In this way, the cabins are brought to the stations safely.

Station Structures

Haliç Station has been designed very large due to the technical and mechanical parts running the system. Located on the 625 m² area, the station is located on the shore of the Golden Horn, on the lower side of Eyüp Sultan Cemetery. Piyer Loti Station is a station where the cabins return and they are designed smaller due to geographical conditions.

TAKSİM-KABATAŞ FUNICULAR LINE
stations
Partition
Stone

Transfer centers are established at many points in order to provide integration in Istanbul city transportation and to reduce transportation times. Kabataş region is one of the points where different modes of transportation are integrated. Taksim - Kabataş Funicular Project was planned in order to integrate sea, land and rail transport and the system was opened on 29 June 2006.

Opening Date

29. 06. 2006

Business Information

Line Length: 0,64 km
Number of Stations: 2
Number of Wagons: 4
Duration: 2,5 Min.
Operating Hours: 06.00 - 00.00
Number of passengers per day: 35.000 Passenger
Number of Daily Flights: 195 Expedition / One Way
Flight Frequency: 3 Min. (Peak Hour)

Station Structures

The system was built in the same complex as Taksim Station, M2 Taksim Station. All of the technical equipment that controls the system and provides movement are included in this station. Kabatas Station was built at sea level. 16 m above sea level. between the station below and Taksim Station, 70 m. level difference. The% 22,19 grade slope between the two stations is smoothly overcome by the pulling and counterweight principle of the wired system controlled by the mechanical system in Taksim Station.

Integration

At the Taksim Station, M2 Yenikapı - Hacıosman Metro Line and T2 Taksim - Tunnel Nostalgic Tramway,
At Kabataş Station, T1 can be transferred to Bağcılar - Kabataş Tram Line, city lines, IDO, BUDO and marine engines.

F1 Taksim - Passing the Kabataş Funicular Line, passengers who use the M2 Line have access to the Taksim area of ​​Kabataş Sea Pier and Atatürk Airport by rail.

YENIKAPI-ATATURK AIRPORT METRO LINE
stations
Ataturk Airport
DTM-Istanbul Exhibition Center
Yenibosna
Atakoy
Bahçelievler
Bakirkoy-İncirli
Zeytinburnu
Merter
Davutpaşa
Terazidere
bus station
Kocatepe
Sağmalcılar
Bayrampaşa
Ulubatlı
Safety
Aksaray
Yenikapı

M1A Yenikapı - Atatürk Airport is the first rail system operation of Metro Istanbul. The first line of the M1 business starts from the Yenikapı integration zone and passes through the Bayrampaşa area to the Bus Station. Following the direction of Merter and passing through Zeytinburnu and extending to Atatürk Airport, the M1A Line connects the Suriçi District to the airport.

Opening Dates

1. Etap Hotel Aksaray - Kartaltepe: 03.09.1989
2. Etap Otogar - Zeytinburnu: 31.01.1994
3. Etap Zeytinburnu - Bakirkoy: 07.03.1994
Bakirkoy - Atakoy: 26.07.1995
Ataköy - Yenibosna: 25.08.1995
Bahcelievler Station: 15.01.1999
DTM - DTM - Istanbul Expo Center - Ataturk Airport: 20.12.2002
4. Phase Bus Terminal - Completion of Kirazli Extension and Opening of M1B Yenikapı - Kirazlı Plant: 14.06.2013
Yenikapı Station Opening: 09.11.2014

Business Information

Line Length: 21 Km.
Number of Stations: 18
Number of Wagons: 105
Duration: 35 Min.
Operating Hours: 06.00 - 00.00
Number of passengers per day: 400.000 Passenger
Number of Daily Flights: Yenikapı - Atatürk Airport 169 Expedition / One Way
Flight Frequency: 6 Min. (Peak Hour)

Station Structures

There are 1 stations in Yenikapı - Atatürk Airport Line, where M18A is operated. M1B Yenikapı - Kirazlı operation is jointly carried out between Yenikapı Station and Otogar Station.

6 of the stations in the system, the middle platform, the 11 side of the side platform, the bus station is built in the 3 rail line and the dual middle platform structure.

All stations have indoor seating areas and 135 elevators with total 65 escalators.

Tunnel / Underground Station (7): Yenikapi, Aksaray, Emniyet - Fatih, Topkapi - Ulubatli, Bakirkoy - Incirli, Bahcelievler, Ataturk Airport,

Viaduct Station (3): Davutpaşa, Merter, DTM - İstanbul Expo Center

Above Ground Station (8 Unit): Bayrampaşa - Maltepe, Sağmalcılar, Kartaltepe - Kocatepe, Bus Station, Terazidere, Zeytinburnu, Ataköy - Şirinevler, Yenibosna

Integration

At Yenikapı Station, M2 Yenikapı - Hacıosman and Marmaray
Aksaray, Merter, Zeytinburnu, Bahçelievler and Ataköy - Şirinevler stations.
In Aksaray and Zeytinburnu stations, T1 Bağcılar - Kabataş Tram Line can be transferred.

YENİKAPI-CHERRY METRO LINE
stations
Kirazli
Bagcilar Square
Üçyüzlü
Menderes
Esenler
bus station
Kocatepe
Sağmalcılar
Bayrampaşa
Ulubatlı
Safety
Aksaray
Yenikapı

M1B is operated jointly with Yenikapı and Otogar stations with the M1A line. After the bus station, the line departs from Esenler and Bağcılar Square and is integrated with the M3 Kirazlı-Olympic-Başakşehir metro line in the Kirazlı region.

Opening Dates

1. Etap Hotel Aksaray - Kartaltepe: 03.09.1989

2. Etap Otogar - Zeytinburnu: 31.01.1994

4. Phase Bus Terminal - Completion of Kirazli Extension and Opening of M1B Yenikapı - Kirazlı Plant: 14.06.2013

Yenikapı Station Opening: 09.11.2014

Business Information

Line Length: 14,17 Km.

Number of Stations: 13

Number of Wagons: 105

Duration: 25 Min.

Operating Hours: 06.00 - 00.00

Number of passengers per day: 400.000 Passenger

Number of Daily Flights: Yenikapı-Kirazlı 168 one way in one direction

Flight Frequency: 4 Min. (Peak Hour)

Station Structures

1 station is located on Yenikapı -Kirazlı Line where M13B is operated.

The 8 of the stations in the system is built in the middle platform and the 4 side side bus station is built on the 3 track line and the double center platform structure.

All stations have indoor seating areas and 135 elevators with total 65 escalators.

Tunnel / Underground Station (8): Yenikapı, Aksaray, Emniyet - Fatih, Topkapı - Ulubatlı, Menderes, Üçyüzlü, Bağcılar Square, Kirazlı Bağcılar

Above Ground Station (5): Bayrampaşa - Maltepe, Sağmalcılar, Kartaltepe - Kocatepe, Bus Station, Esenler

Integration

At Yenikapı Station, M2 Yenikapı - Hacıosman and Marmaray
At Aksaray and Bağcılar Meydan stations, T1 Bağcılar - Kabataş Tramway Line,
At Kirazlı Station, you can transfer to the M3 Kirazlı - Olympic - Başakşehir Metro Line.

YENIKAPI-HACIOSMAN METRO LINE
stations
Yenikapı
Vezneciler
Estuary
Şişhane
Partition
Mr. Osman
Sisli Mecidiyeköy
Gayrettepe
Levente
xnumx.levent
Industrial District
seyrantepe
ITU-Ayazaga
Atatürk Auto Industry
Darüşşafaka
Hacıosman

* Seyrantepe direction of the passengers who want to transfer from the station of the industrial neighborhood!

The first stage of the line, which was started in 1992 and served between Yenikapı and Hacıosman, was put into service on 16 September 2000. Daily, an average of 320.000 passengers serving, even from the Industrial District Station Seyrantepe Shuttle Operation is being transferred.

Opening Dates

Basic Throwing: 19.08.1992
Taksim - Şişli Tunnels Merger: 12.06.1994
Sisli - 4. Consolidation of Levent Tunnels: 8.07.1994
Taksim - Şişli and 4. Consolidation of Levent Tunnels: 30.04.1995
Downloading the Tunnel: 11.01.1999
Starting Trials: 25.03.1999
1. Opening of Taksim-Levent Interval: 16.09.2000
Levent - 4. Opening of Levent: 24.10.2000
2. Etap Taksim - Şişhane and 4. Levent - Opening of Atatürk Auto Industry Department: 31.01.2009
Opening of Darüşşafaka Station: 02.09.2010
Opening of Seyrantepe Station: 11.11.2010
Hacıosman Station Launching: 29.04.2011
3. Opening of the Phase Yenikapı Extension: 15.02.2014
Vezneciler - Opening of Istanbul University Station: 16.03.2014

Business Information

Line Length: 23,49 Km.

Number of Stations: 16

Number of Wagons: 180

Duration: 31 Min. in one direction

Operating Hours: 06.15 - 00.00

Number of passengers per day: 320.000 Passenger

Number of Daily Flights: 225 Expedition / One Way

Expedition Frequency: Between Yenikapı and Hacıosman 5 Dk. (Peak Hour)

Flight Time: Between Taksim and Hacıosman 2,5 Dk. (Peak Hour)

Expedition Frequency: Industrial District - Seyrantepe Shuttle Seat 9 Dk. (Peak Hour)

Total Number of Flights: 790

Station Structures

Halic Station is located on the Golden Horn Metro Bridge. All other stations are constructed as tunnel / underground stations. 4 is built with 10 side peron - 3 road - 2 middle peron, Industrial Quarter Station - 3 road in the system, with the middle peron and 3 pcs side platform on the pieces.

System Safety and Security

The scenarios were prepared against all kinds of negative situations that may occur in the enterprise and simulations about these scenarios were prepared and solution plans were prepared. With cameras located in all areas of the stations, the system is constantly monitored and controlled. In addition, uniformed security guards provide control.

The system is equipped with the latest technology fire detectors and fire extinguishing systems. All the equipment used in the construction of the system is selected from materials that are resistant to high temperatures and emit toxic gases. In order to ensure safe evacuation of passengers in the event of a fire, there is a smoke control and evacuation system that has been tested according to all scenarios.

The signaling, scissor and vehicle system of the line is fully automatic and can be operated manually if needed.

The energy supply of the system is made from two different points. If both supply points are disabled, the 15 generators will be activated within seconds and all trains within the tunnel will be able to evacuate their passengers by reaching the nearest station. In case the power supplies are interrupted and the generators fail and fail; lighting and electronic control systems can be powered by uninterruptible power supplies for 3 hours.

Integration

At Yenikapı Station, M1A Atatürk Airport, M1B Kirazlı Metro Line and Marmaray Plant,
Vezneciler - At Istanbul University Station, T1 Bağcılar - Kabataş Tramway Line,
At Şişhane Station, T2 İstiklal Street Tram Line and F2 Karaköy - Beyoğlu Historic Tunnel Line,
At Taksim Station, T2 İstiklal Street Tram Line and F1 Kabataş Funicular,
Sisli - Mecidiyekoy and Gayrettepe stations, metrobus operation,
At Levent Station, M6 Metro Line,
Transfer can be made to Seyrantepe Shuttle Facility in Sanayi Mahallesi Station (by switching to a separate platform area without changing the system).

CHERRY-OLYMPIC-BASAKSEHIR METRO LINE
stations
Metrokent
Başak Houses
sites
Turgut Özal
İkitelli Industry
Istoc
mahmutbey
Yenimahalle
Kirazli
Ziya Gökalp Neighborhood
Olimpiyat

* Passengers traveling to Ziya Gökalp Neighborhood and the Olympic Airport must transfer from İkitelli Sanayi Station!

The construction of the line between Kirazlı Station and Başakşehir / Metrokent stations started in 2006. From İkitelli Industrial Station, shuttle service is carried out in the direction of Olympic Station. There are even 16 stations, with an approximate length of 11 km. In addition, there are warehouse and workshop buildings in the Olympic campus.

Opening Dates

Tunnel Excavation Completion: March 2009
Delivery of Vehicles: January 2010
Start of Vehicle Tests: December 2010
Commissioning of the Signal System: March 2012
Launch of Trial Schedules: June 2012
Opening of Line: 7 July 2013
Activation of the Olympic Station: 22 November 2013

Business Information

Line Length: 15,9 Km
Number of Stations: 11
Number of Cars: 80 (20 train with 4 units)
Duration: 20 Min.
Operating Hours: 06.00 - 00.00
Passenger Capacity: 70.000 Passenger / Hour
Expedite Design: 120 Sn.
Flight Frequency: 3 Min. (Peak Hour)

Station Structures

The stations are equipped with 8 meters-long platforms that enable operation with 180 trains. The Mahmutbey Station is an additional 3 that allows for a car park. Built with road. Olympic Station 2 platform - 3 line is built with 2 center platform and 4 line which allows transfer to İkitelli Industry Station. All the stations of the line were constructed as a tunnel / underground station.

The workshop and depot area within the Olympic campus are built on approximately 70.000 m² and the vehicle capacity of the facility is 120. The workshop building with maintenance units consists of an indoor area of ​​10.000 m².

Line tunnels are double tube. The CPC with Kirazlı - Başakşehir / Metrokent and the İkitelli Industry - Olympiad with the NATM method were opened.

System Safety and Security

Scenarios were prepared against all kinds of negative situations that may occur in the Metro line and simulations were made for these scenarios and solution plans were prepared. With the cameras in the stations, the system is constantly monitored, controlled and controlled by uniformed security personnel.

The system, built with the latest technology, has an interactive (self-adjusting) fire safety system. All equipments used in the construction of the line are selected from high temperature resistant and toxic gas-free materials. In order to ensure safe evacuation of passengers in the event of a fire, there is a smoke control and evacuation system that has been tested according to all scenarios.

The signaling, scissor and vehicle system of the line and storage area is fully automatic and can be operated manually if needed.

The energy supply of the system is made from two different points. If both supply points are disabled, the 15 generators will be activated within seconds and all trains reach the nearest station and can evacuate their passengers. In case the power supply is not provided and the generators are disabled; The lighting system and electronic control systems can be fed through uninterruptible power supplies for 3 hours.

Integration

At Kirazlı Station, transfer to M1B Yenikapı - Kirazlı Line is possible.
In the İkitelli Industrial Station, transfer to the Olympic shuttle facility can be made before the exit from the system.

With this transfer, access can be provided from the Başakşehir area to Büyük İstanbul Bus Terminal and to the Sur.

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