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Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy M7 Metro Line, Put Into Operation 28th October!

Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy M7 Metro Line, Put Into Operation 28th October!

Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy M7 metro line is put into operation at 14.00 on the 28th of October which is today. The length of Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy metro line is 18 km. With a capacity of ‎‎70,000 people in one direction per hour!‎

 

The total line length of the metro station is 43 km! The opening of the metro line is vital ‎in terms of transportation between Mahmutbey and Mecidiyekoy. Following examination of the details of the metro line, you will feel ‎the magical atmosphere of Istanbul!

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M7 Mahmutbey- Mecidiyekoy: First Driverless Metro Line of the European Side

Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy M7 metro line construction will be over tomorrow. It will ‎terminate the waste of time due to transportation issues in Istanbul!‎

Let’s review the first driverless metro station of Istanbul European Side…‎

It will eliminate the transportation problem between Mecidiyekoy and other ‎districts. The foundation of the Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy M7 metro line was laid on the 9th ‎of February in 2014. The rail systems are still being ‎improved in Turkey. According to the statements, rail systems provide comfortable ‎transportation between city centers and other locations.‎

 

The operation of the Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy metro line will considerably eliminate ‎transportation issues. Also, it will increase the living standards in Istanbul. On the other hand, there was a delay in the metro line ‎because of the Covid-19 impact. Nevertheless, the Mecidiyekoy-Mahmutbey ‎metro construction will be over tomorrow.‎

Other Metro Lines within the Scope of the Project:‎

Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy M7 metro line will be operating tomorrow as the first phase of the ‎project. What about the other phases? When will they be operated?

Phase1:        Mecidiyekoy-Mahmutbey Line
Phase2:        Kabatas-Mecidiyekoy         Line
Phase3:        Mahmutbey-Esenyurt        Line

 

The metro construction was delayed due to the coronavirus. ‎Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy M7 metro line is the first phase of the project. It will be ready on 28th October.  Mahmutbey and Mecidiyekoy are integrated by the metro line to be operated tomorrow.‎

Second Stage Works: Works for the Kabatas-Mecidiyekoy line was started in 2015. The line ‎will be ready in 2021. However, it might be extended to Sishane depending on ‎the process.‎

Third Stage Works: The construction of the Mahmutbey-Esenyurt line is still under ‎construction. The extension of the stage tendered in 2017 to  Beylikduzu is within the planning.‎

M7 Metro Line

How Many Stations Are On The M7 Mahmutbey Line? What Will be The Route?‎

The first phase of the Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy metro line will be opened on October 28th ‎which is tomorrow. So, how many stations are there? What is the route?‎

The project will minimize the traffic issue of Istanbul.  Also, the time spent on the road! It includes ‎‎13 underground and 2 ground stations.‎

Mecidiyekoy > Caglayan(2 min) > Kagithane (4 min)> Nurtepe (6 min)> Alibeykoy (8 min)> ‎Yesilpinar (9 min)> Veysel Karani (11 min)> Aksemsettin (12 min)> Kazim Karabekir(14 ‎min) > Yeni Mahalle (16 min)> Karadeniz Mahallesi(18 min) > Tekstilkent (20 min)> Yuzyil ‎‎(22 min)> Goztepe(24 min) > Mahmutbey (26 min)‎

What About The Travel Time for Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy  M7 Metro Line?

What will be the travel time with the Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy metro? It is the first thing that comes to ‎mind for everyone looking forward to the completion of the project.

After the completion of the first phase of the project and the integration with the other lines, the travel times will be as follows:‎

Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy, which will be ready tomorrow, 26 minutes-20 km


Mahmutbey – Sabiha Gokcen Airport    : 95 minutes

Mahmutbey – Yenikapi                             : 45 minutes
Uskudar – Mahmutbey                             : 48 minutes
Mahmutbey – Kadikoy                              : 52 minutes
Caglayan – Gaziosmanpasa                      : 13 minutes
Mecidiyekoy – Alibeykoy                          :   7 minutes

The project including 15 stations with mainline tunnels and other links is 18 km-long. The ‎project will provide transportation to Sisli, Eyup, Kagithane, Eyup, ‎Gaziosmanpasa, Esenler, and Bagcilar districts. Besides, this metro can carry 70,000 people in one ‎direction per hour!

Transportation Problem of Istanbul Solved with The New Metro Line!‎

Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy metro line will solve the transportation problem of Istanbul! “When ‎will Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy metro line be ready?” You can find many details about the Mecidiyekoy metro stations, and M7 metro line in this ‎article.

The project is still under construction. However, the project will be ready on the ‎28‎th of October 2020. It will link important districts of Istanbul thanks to its wide network integration.‎

Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy metro line will minimize the time wasted in traffic! The districts will be improved due to transformation ‎with the urban renewal and metro projects in Istanbul. It will eliminate not only the traffic ‎problems but also the loss of time.‎

The project will be the pioneer of the regional transformations. Because you will eliminate the ‎loss of time between your house and workplace in Istanbul!‎

Do you spend long hours between your workplace and home? Does the distance between your ‎social living space, home, and workplace cause physical and mental fatigue?

Your life will ‎gain value with the metro project. No need to suspend ‎your dreams because of the location between your house and office… The disappearance of ‎your transportation problem in Istanbul will change your social and business life. The ‎Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy project will eliminate the city chaos. Moreover, the construction developers closely follow the project!‎

Another important detail during the development of new constructions! The density of vehicles such as metrobus, bus, the tram will decrease!‎

The development of new housing projects, living spaces, shopping malls, and many other ‎living projects depending on this transportation network already causes great curiosity and ‎excitement!‎

The first train set has been put on the rails at Gayrettepe – Istanbul Airport Metro

First Operation is Free for M7 Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy Metro Line in ‎28-29 October ‎‎2020!‎

Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy M7 metro line will start operation on Wednesday which is the 28th of ‎October, 2020. Also, the first operation is free for M7 Mahmutbey-Mecidiyekoy M7 metro line ‎on October 28th and 29th!‎

Mahmutbey M7 metro line Mahmutbey Station will be ‎integrated with M3 Kirazli-Olimpiyat-Basaksehir metro lines. It will also connect to ‎the T5 Eminonu-Alibeykoy tram line via Alibeykoy station. Also, a very comfortable ‎journey will wait for you! Traveling to the most valuable districts of Istanbul will be very easy by connecting to the ‎T4 Topkapi-Mescidi Selam Tramline.‎

Firstly, there is rapid development in the Kagithane region. Secondly, the ‎development of vehicles has drawn the attention of home buyers to the region! Finally, the direct transfer will be through the ‎Kagithane metro station after the completion of the ‎metro line to Istanbul Airport!‎

 

The integration will connect Mahmutbey station and the M3 metro ‎line. With the integration of the Kirazli-Olimpiyat-Basaksehir metro line, you will ‎easily reach the furthest regions of Istanbul. Nowhere will ‎be far away from you anymore in Istanbul!

 

You will have easy and comfortable transportation ‎to every part of Istanbul thanks to the developed networks and means of transportation.‎..‎

 

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