Another Metro Line Comes to İzmir

izmire another metro line coming
izmire another metro line coming

Izmir Metropolitan Municipality rolled up its sleeves for the longest metro line in the city. 28 km-long Adnan Menderes Airport-Karabağlar-Halkapınar metro line project preparations have started. Bu Application Projects Consultancy Service Procurement ”tender will be held next month for the project, which will bring breath to İzmir's urban transportation with the Buca metro.

A new metro line is coming to İzmir, which continues its leadership in rail system investments. The inhabitants of Eskişehir and Bozyaka districts and Gaziemir districts of Karabağlar district, where the population density is high in the city, will take a breath with the metro line extending to Halkapınar and Adnan Menderes Airport at one end. The line, which is planned to pass over the main transportation axis of Karabağlar district, whose population is based on 500, will start at Adnan Menderes Airport and follow Gaziemir, Eskiizmir, Eşrefpaşa, Çankaya, Basmane, Yenişehir, Halkapınar routes. The 28 km line will connect dense residential areas as well as important business centers such as Cistern, ESBAS, Fair Izmir, Kemeralti and Food Market.

Will be independent of existing lines
In the 2030 Transportation Master Plan prepared by İzmir Metropolitan Municipality to relieve urban traffic, “İzmir HRS 6. Phase Eskiizmir Line metro The subway line, which is named as Eski Eskiizmir Line bağımsız, was planned to be train-free without the use of the latest technology, regardless of the existing lines. Airport-Halkapınar metro line will be constructed with deep tunnel technology in order to prevent social life in the region.

The project route with 24 station will be integrated into the Stadium Station of the existing metro line and will start with an independent station. New metro line respectively Fatih Street, Food Market, Tepecik Hospital, Kemer, Basmane, Cankaya, Bayramyeri, Oilhouses, Bozyaka, Eskiizmir, Seniha Mayda Primary School, Friendship Boulevard, Ataturk Anatolian TML, Aydin Altan Street, Fair Izmir, Esbas, Gaziemir District Governor, Abdullah Arda Çolpan Square, Gaziemir State Hospital, Cistern, Cistern-Industry, Cistern-Menderes'den Adnan Menderes Airport will end.

Hatt Application Projects Consultancy Service Procurement ”tender of the line will be held in July. Within the scope of the studies, transportation routes and feasibility reports will be prepared and alternative routes will be included in line with the regional needs and existing transportation axes. Following the completion of the application and approval processes to be received from the relevant ministries and institutions, the tender for the construction of the line will be launched.

Up to 2030 465 km
On the other hand, İzmir Metropolitan Municipality continues its works on Narlıdere line in order to expand its existing metro network and waiting for approval from Ankara for Buca Metro. Izmir Suburban System Substantial investments such as the suburban line that will extend İZBAN to 52 km further to Bergama in the north, and 11 km tram line with 14 station which will greatly ease the transportation of citizens living in Çiğli are among the short-term rail system investments of the Metropolitan Municipality. taking. The rail system network in İzmir is planned to reach an 2030 km network by 465.

It will be the longest metro line
İzmir Mayor Tunç Soyer stated that they have started to work for the construction of the longest metro line with 28 km and added: bu This new city, which runs from the airport to the Atatürk Stadium and to the Atatürk Stadium at one end, is also the biggest neighborhoods of the city. metro is a very important and priority project. We want to get started by solving the approval and tender processes quickly. We are determined that İzmir will continue to develop and maintain its leadership in the field of rail systems. ”

izmire another metro line coming
izmire another metro line coming

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