The first phase of the Kabatas Square and Transfer Center Project, known as the Seagull Project, which was started in July of 2016, was put into service this morning.
A steamer of İBB City Lines Inc. carried its first flight from Kabataş Square and Transfer Center in 06.45. The ferry approaching the Kabataş pier, taking the passengers waiting here, moved to the Islands. The second phase will be put into service on part of Adalar line, on weekdays and Saturdays for the first time on the 6: 35, Sundays and Holidays. The last period of the day, which continued at certain intervals during the day, was determined as 7: 15. 22: 45 will also be added to the Islands line between 1 and 7 April.
In the Kabataş Square and Transfer Center project, the design of the terminal building ”Seagull“ was canceled. Instead of the classic arı Ottoman terminal structure, terminal buildings will be built. The second stage of the project will be built 32 thousand 500 square meters of square feet 18 400 square meter hard floor, 14 bin 142 green area will be.
In front of the piers on the square will be built 3 pieces terminal building. Under the square there will be 700 cars, 26 disabled vehicles and 95 bus underground parking lot with 2 floors. Parking lot 1. floor several shopping center, 2. There will also be a small bazaar.
When the terminal buildings and the piers are completed; Motors, IDO and BUDO ships will be able to make voyages from Kabatas. In addition, tourist ships can also download and unload passengers.
When the project is completed Kabatas Square; It will be a very important transfer center where public transportation systems such as Sea Vehicles, Metro, Funicular, Tram, Bus will be integrated and parking lot is located. Kabatas Transfer Center will have a daily passenger capacity of 240 thousand.
Passengers departing from the ferry; 1kat descending from the square in the parking lot, the 2 floor descends from the parking lot with the funicular and Metro stations 2. reach The tramway can be mounted directly on the square. The second phase of the project is planned to be completed in October 2020.