This project provides financing for the construction of 13km of the new Umraniye-Atasehir-Goztepe Metro line, including 11 stations.
Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey with a population of around 15 million inhabitants. The city is a public legal entity established and governed under municipal laws of Turkey. The municipality of Istanbul will finance and implement the project. Istanbul Metro Company, which is fully owned by the municipality, will operate the proposed metro line.
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Osmaniye Mahallesi Çobançeme Kouyolu Bulvar No:5 34568 Bakrköy/ISTANBUL
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