Kadıköy EIA Not Required Decision Has Been Made For Sultanbeyli Subway! Construction Begins; 18.4 km long project prepared by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) Kadıköy-The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) decision is not available for the Sultanbeyli Metro Line and the countdown for the construction has begun.
SözcüAccording to the news of lem – zlem GÃ¼vemliâ € ™; â € BB ° BB Rail System Projects The project work started by the manager in 2 years KadıköyAn important decision was made for the new metro line with 7 stations passing through the districts of Atasehir, Sancaktepe and Sultanbeyli. BB ° BBâ € ™ s application for the Environmental Impact Assessment (‡ ‡ ED) to the Ministry of Environment and City Affairs in September. The decision for ED is not necessary on 29 November 2019 for the subway line and it was the first step to start the construction work. According to the information in the project introduction file prepared for the metro line, it is 18.4 km long. Kadıköy-Sultanbeyli Rail System Line will be an express line in the east-west axis on the Anatolian side of Istanbul.
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4.6 BILLION INVESTMENT
The construction of the line, whose investment value is determined as 4 billion 653 million 264 thousand TL, is planned to be completed in 4 years. The line consists of 7 stations: “Esatpaşa, Financial Center, Ataşehir, Türk-İş Blokları, Ferhatpaşa, Samandıra and Veysel Karani”. Kadıköy- The number of vehicles required for the Sultanbeyli Rail System Line at the initial investment stage was planned as 144, including reserves.