Marmaray Project, which is one of the most important projects in the world, is a project that does not pollute the environment by using high-capacity electrical energy in order to sustain Istanbul's urban life in a healthy way, to provide urban residents with a modern city life and urban transportation facilities, and to preserve the city's natural historical features.
Istanbul is a city that needs to be protected with historical and cultural values, on the other hand, to reduce the environmental impact of public transportation systems and to establish modern railway facilities to increase the capacity, reliability and comfort of railway systems.
The project is based on the improvement of the suburban railway system in Istanbul and the construction of the Railway Bosphorus Tube Crossing in order to connect the European side Halkalı and the Asian side Gebze districts with an uninterrupted, modern and high capacity suburban railway system.
Railway lines on both sides of the Bosphorus will be connected by a rail tunnel connection that will pass under the Bosphorus. The line will go underground in Kazlıçeşme; it will travel along Yenikapı and Sirkeci, which are new underground stations, pass under the Bosphorus, and connect to Üsküdar, another new underground station, and surface again in Söğütlüçeşme.
About Marmaray Project
The project is currently one of the largest transport infrastructure projects in the world. The entire new and improved railway system will be approximately 76 km long. Main structures and systems, immersed tube tunnel, drilling tunnels, open-close tunnels, level structures, 3 new underground station, 36 aboveground station (renovation and improvement), operating control center, pitches, workshops, maintenance facilities, to be built on the ground new A third line will consist of 4 parts, including the upgrade of existing lines, completely new electrical and mechanical systems and modern rail vehicles to be supplied. A separate contract is made for each section;
- Engineering and Consulting Services (in force)
- BC1 Railway Bosphorus Tube Crossing Construction
- CR3 Improvement of Gebze-Halkalı Suburban Lines, Construction, Electrical and Mechanical Systems (in force)
- CR2 Supply of Railway Vehicles (in force)
Marmaray, Haydarpaşa-Gebze and Sirkeci-Halkalı suburban lines were improved and connected with Marmaray Tunnel. With the completion of the second stage, it will serve on the 76,6 km long line and with 43 stations.
When the construction is completed, the line connected to Marmaray, 1,4 km. (tube tunnel) and 12,2 km. (bored tunnel) TBM strait passage and Halkalı-Sirkeci on the European side and Gebze-Haydarpaşa on the Anatolian side are planned to be approximately 76 km long. Railways on different continents will be combined with immersed tube tunnels under the Bosphorus. Marmaray has the deepest immersed tube tunnel in the world used by rail systems with a depth of 60,46 meters.
The line number between Gebze Ayrılık Çeşmesi and Halkalı-Kazlıçeşme is 3, and the line number between Ayrılık Çeşmesi-Kazlıçeşme is 2.
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Halkalı Gebze Metro Stations
In total, Halkalı Gebze Metro line, which has the longest metro route in Istanbul, 43 stall. From these stops 15 on the European side, while the rest 28 the stop is on the Anatolian side.
- Mustafa Kemal
- Florya Aquarium
- Ayrilik Cesmesi
- Sureyya Beach
Marmaray Map - Halkalı Gebze Marmaray Line
- You can download this Marmaray Map on your PC or mobile phone
Halkalı Gebze Metro Line Hours
Halkalı Gebze Metro Takes How Many Minutes
As mentioned above in Halkalı Gebze metro 42 stall is located. The total time between Halkalı and Gebze stops will be reduced to 115 minutes. Briefly, the passenger leaving Halkalı 115 minutes Yani 1 hours 55 minutes will be in Gebze. Please see Marmaray Map for more information!
Halkalı Gebze Metro Transfer Stations
There are many transfer stops on the Halkalı Gebze Metro line. Below you can see the metro lines (stops) that you will transfer over Halkalı Gebze Metro Line:
- M1B Yenikapı-Halkalı metro line transfer at Halkalı station
- M9 İkitelli-Ataköy metro line transfer at Ataköy station
- M3 Bakırköy-Başakşehir metro line transfer at Bakırköy station
- M1A Yenikapı-Atatürk Airport transfer at Yenikapı station
- M1B Yenikapı-Kirazlı and M2 Yenikapı-Hacıosman metro lines transfers at Yenikapı Station
- T1 Kabataş-Bağcılar tram line and sea transfer at Sirkeci station
- M4 Kadıköy-Tuzla metro line transfer at Ayrılık Çeşmesi station
- M5 Üsküdar-Çekmeköy metro line transfer at Üsküdar station
- M12 Göztepe-Ümraniye metro line transfer at Göztepe station
- M8 Bostancı-Dudullu metro line transfer at Bostancı station
- M10 Pendik-Sabiha Gökçen Airport metro line transfer at Pendik station
- M4 Kadıköy-Tuzla metro line transfer at İçmeler station
Map of Istanbul Metro
Halkalı Gebze Metro and YHT Ankara Connection
The Halkalı Gebze metro line, which is expected to be completely completed in 2019, will thus have completed the YHT Ankara connection. In other words, a passenger departing from Ankara will be able to stop in Gebze, Pendik, Maltepe, Bostancı, Söğütlüçeşme, Bakırköy and Halkalı.
GEBZE HALKALI FEE TARIFF
Maximum distance of 76,6 kilometers from Gebze to Halkalı 5,70 tbsp when determining the full fee, students will be 2,75 tbsp It pays. Passengers are 2,60 tbsp s 5,70 tbspwhile students 1,25 tbsp s 2,75 tbsp pays between.