2 kilometers of project work started by İBB 18.4 years ago Kadıköy-The countdown has started for the construction of Sultanbeyli Rail System Line. The new metro line, where the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process has been initiated, will be directly connected to the European side, integrated with the metro line, which is called “Short Bosphorus Line” starting from Bakırköy İncirli and going to Söğütlüçeşme.
SözcüAccording to Özlem Güvemli's report; “Ekrem İmamoğlu The first major project that was put on the agenda after being the Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) in the local elections repeated on June 23, was the first of the applications made to the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization in order to obtain the necessary permits for metro constructions according to the legislation.Kadıköy-Sultanbeyli Metro Line ”. 2017 kilometers of project work started in 18.4 by the IMM Rail System Department Rail System Projects Directorate. KadıköyProject presentation file of Sultanbeyli Metro line was sent to Istanbul Provincial Directorate of Environment and Urbanism on September 11, 2019. The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process was officially launched on September 17, 2019. According to the information in the project introduction file prepared KadıköyThe new metro line that will cover the districts of Ataşehir, Sancaktepe and Sultanbeyli will have 7 stations. Kadıköy-Sultanbeyli Metro Line route; It will consist of “Esatpaşa, Financial Center, Ataşehir, Türk-İş Blokları, Ferhatpaşa, Samandıra, Veysel Karani” stations.
WILL REACH THE EUROPEAN SIDE
Planned to address access problems caused by increased travel demands Kadıköy-Sultanbeyli Rail System Line is an express line on the east-west axis of the Anatolian side of Istanbul. In this context, the İncirli-Söğütlüçeşme Metro and Altunizade Station will be physically combined at Kazlıçeşme-Söğütlüçeşme Metro and Esatpaşa Station to access the European side. It is planned to be integrated with the Göztepe-Ümraniye, Dudullu-Bostancı and Çekmeköy-Sultanbeyli Metro lines, which are under construction. The new metro line was planned to connect with the Istanbul-Adapazarı High Speed Line Anadolu Station, which is also planned in the Samandıra region.
46 WILL BE COMPLETED
Investment cost 4 billion 653 million 264 thousand TL of the new line; Following the completion of the necessary permits, the construction of the EIA is not required, the decision will begin. Metro construction is expected to be completed in 46 months.
INCREASING THE CONTINUATION OF INCILILI-SOGUTLUCESLINE LINE
Kadıköy-Sultanbeyli Rail System Line will be physically connected to the project called “Short Bosphorus Line” starting from İncirli and going to Söğütlüçeşme in Altunizade and from that point on, it will continue to İncirli on the same line roads. In other words, passengers coming from the direction of Veysel Karani will be able to connect directly to the European side by connecting to the "Short Bosphorus Line". In this framework, the new metro line is considered as the continuation of the İncirli-Söğütlüçeşme subway.
IMAMOGLU: PRIORITY SUBJECT TRANSPORTATION
IMM President Ekrem İmamoğlumet with the Head of the EU Delegation to Turkey, Ambassador Christian Berger, and the accompanying delegation at the Fethi Pasha Grove in Üsküdar. Emphasizing the importance of the EU's relations with Turkey, İmamoğlu said: “If you go out and ask anyone in Istanbul, the priority issue is transportation. However, we want to carry out pioneering works that consider transportation not only in vehicles or through vehicles, but from a truly humanitarian perspective, both prioritizing health and facilitating people's transportation, with concepts that prioritize people. For example, if we think only in terms of young people and children; We bring to Istanbul not only buses, metro, sea transportation, which bring about 4 million students into life every day and send them to their schools, but also a regional project where children and young people can walk and provide transportation opportunities with their bicycles. kazanWe want to climb.”