Line 34AS

Operates on 34 stations between Avcılar Merkez Üniversite Kampüsü and Söğütlüçeşme.

Service hours: 06:30 a.m. – 1:30 a.m.


Line 34BZ

Operates on 38 stations between Beylikdüzü Sondurak (Terminus) and TÜYAP–Zincirlikuyu.

Service hours: 06:30 a.m. – 1:30 a.m.


Line 34

Operates on 27 stations between Avcılar Merkez Üniversite Kampüsü and Zincirlikuyu.

Service hours: 05:00 a.m. – 02:00 a.m.


Notes
On Saturdays, the line commences operation from Söğütlüçeşme station at 05:14 a.m. until 01:25 a.m.
On Saturdays, the line commences operation from Avcılar Merkez Üniversite Kampüsü station at 05:55 a.m. until 00:45 a.m.
On weekdays, the line commences operation from Söğütlüçeşme station at 05:20 a.m. until 01:00 a.m.
On weekdays, the line commences operation from Avcılar Merkez Üniversite Kampüsü station at 05:55 a.m. until 20:10 p.m.
On Sundays, the line commences operation from Söğütlüçeşme station at 05:20 a.m. until 00:21 a.m.
On Sundays, the line commences operation from Avcılar Merkez Üniversite Kampüsü station at 05:55 a.m. until 00:38 a.m.

Domestic Lines 

Kadıköy–Eminönü, Karaköy–Kadıköy, Üsküdar–Eminönü, Kadıköy–Beşiktaş, Haliç Line, Bostancı–Karaköy

Bosphorus Lines  

From Bosphorus – To Bosphorus

Sarıyer–Rumeli Kavağı–Anadolu Kavağı, Küçüksu–Beşiktaş, Çengelköy–İstinye, Kadıköy–Sarıyer, Anadolu Kavağı–Üsküdar, 

Üsküdar–Ortaköy, Rumeli Kavağı–Eminönü, İstinye–Çubuklu (Ferry), Küçüksu–İstinye

 Adalar Lines        

Bostancı–Adalar, Beşiktaş–Kınalıada–Burgazada, Beşiktaş–Heybeliada–Büyükada, Eminönü–Kadıköy–Adalar

 Full Bosporus Cruise (Eminönü – Beşiktaş – Üsküdar – Kanlıca – Sarıyer – Rumeli Kavağı – Anadolu Kavağı)

The tour takes nearly six hours. Cruises take a break at Anadolu Kavağı Pier until 3:00 p.m.

Short Bosporus Tour (Eminönü – Üsküdar – Ortaköy)

Information.The tour takes two hours. The cruise departs from Eminönü Ferry Station and stops at Üsküdar and Ortaköy stations before returning to Eminönü.
Note: The cruise will be available on Saturdays, Sundays and all public holidays between October 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019.It will also be available
every day between April 1, 2019 and June 2, 2019.

Line M1A – Yenikapı-Atatürk Havalimanı

Stations: Atatürk Havalimanı, DTM-İstanbul Fuar Merkezi, Yenibosna, Ataköy, Bahçelievler, Bakırköy-İncirli, Zeytinburnu, Merter, Davutpaşa, Terazidere, Otogar, Kocatepe, Sağmalcılar, Bayrampaşa, Ulubatlı, Emniyet, Aksaray and Yenikapı.

Introduced in 1989, the M1A was the first rapid-transit line of Metro Istanbul. As one of the two branch lines of the M1 transit line, the M1A runs between Yenikapı to Otogar, passing through Bayrampaşa. The line connects Suriçi to the airport, following a route that approaches Merter and Zeytinburnu before reaching Atatürk Havalimanı.


 Line M1B Yenikapı-Kirazlı

Stations: Kirazlı, Bağcılar Meydan, Üçyüzlü, Menderes, Esenler, Otogar, Kocatepe, Sağmalcılar, Bayrampaşa, Ulubatlı, Emniyet, Aksaray, Yenikapı.

The M1B route is operated jointly with the M1A line between Yenikapı and Otogar (Coach Terminal). Upon leaving Otogar station, the line passes through Esenler and Bağcılar Meydan before arriving at the last station, Kirazlı. At Kirazlı station, it is possible to switch to the M3 Kirazlı–Olimpiyat–Başakşehir metro line.


Line M2 Yenikapı–Hacıosman

Stations: Yenikapı, Vezneciler, Haliç, Şişhane, Taksim, Osmanbey, Şişli-Mecidiyeköy, Gayrettepe, Levent, 4. Levent, Sanayi Mahallesi, Seyrantepe, İTÜ–Ayazağa Kampüsü, Atatürk Oto Sanayi, Darüşşafaka, Hacıosman.

The first phase of the line, which began construction in 1992, was introduced in September 16, 2000 and operates between Yenikapı and Hacıosman. Serving nearly 320,000 passengers daily, the M2 line branches to the Seyrantepe shuttle line from Sanayi Mahallesi.


Line M3 Kirazlı–Olimpiyat–Başakşehir

Stations: Metrokent, Başak Konutları, Siteler, Turgut Özal, İkitelli Sanayi, İstoç, Mahmutbey, Yenimahalle, Kirazlı, Ziya Gökalp Mahallesi, Olimpiyat.

Construction of the line running between Kirazlı and Metrokent began in 2006. It is possible to transfer to the shuttle line for Olimpiyat Station at İkitelli Sanayi Station. This 16-kilometer line has 11 stations. The Olimpiyat station includes a depot area and a maintenance workshop. 


Line M4 Kadıköy–Tavşantepe

Stations: Kadıköy, Ayrılık Çeşmesi, Acıbadem, Ünalan, Göztepe, Yenisahra, Kozyatağı, Bostancı, Küçükyalı, Maltepe, Huzurevi, Gülsuyu, Esenkent, Hastane-Adliye, Soğanlık, Kartal, Yakacık–Adnan Kahveci, Pendik, Tavşantepe.

Completed in 2012, the first phase of the line operates on a 21.7-kilometer route between Kadıköy and Kartal with 16 stations. The second phase of the line extended the length of the route to 26.5 kilometers with additional three stations. It was completed following the construction of Yakacık–Adnan Kahveci, Pendik and Tavşantepe stations.

The line starts from Kadıköy, running on the D100 route in the Acıbadem region, and terminates at Tavşantepe. There is a 52-car (13 trains) depot and a 32-car maintenance workshop at the Maltepe Station region between Maltepe and Huzurevi stations. The entire line is situated underground, including the depot and maintenance workshops.


Line M5 Üsküdar–Çekmeköy

Stations: Üsküdar, Fıstıkağacı, Bağlarbaşı, Altunizade, Kısıklı, Bulgurlu, Ümraniye, Çarşı, Yamanevler, Çakmak, Ihlamurkuyu, Altınşehir, İmam Hatip Lisesi, Dudullu, Necip Fazıl, Çekmeköy–Sancaktepe. 

The M5 line is the second metro line commissioned on the Anatolian side. It is also the first driverless metro line in Turkey. The line’s route starts at Üsküdar, passing through Ümraniye station, and terminates at Çekmeköy–Sancaktepe.


Line M6 Levent–Boğaziçi Ü./Hisarüstü

Stations: Levent, Nispetiye, Etiler, Hisarüstü-Boğaziçi Üniversitesi. 

The M6 metro line provides access to the Boğaziçi Üniversitesi and Hisarüstü regions for passengers of the M2 Yenikapı–Hacıosman line. The line was designed to be single-tube and uses the New Austrian Tunneling Method (NATM). Built upon a single track, the trains can cross each other at the stations, but only a single train can travel per direction in any given time.

Stations: The line between Kazlıçeşme and Ayrılık Çeşmesi includes a 13.6-kilometer route crossing of the Bosporus with three underground and two surface stops. At Ayrılık Çeşmesi station, passengers can transfer to the Kadıköy–Kartal metro line. The Sirkeci station provides access to the Kabataş–Bağcılar tram line and ferryboat networks.

The Yenikapı station makes it easy for Marmaray passengers to connect to the M2 Yenikapı–Taksim–Hacıosman metro line, Kabataş–Bağcılar tram line and IDO Terminal for voyages to Yalova, Bursa and Bandırma.

Passengers can transfer to IETT city buses from Kazlıçeşme, Yenikapı or Üsküdar station. The IETT now provides new bus lines from Kazlıçeşme station to Yenibosna, Cevizlibağ, Edirnekapı and Zeytinburnu Metro.

The Marmaray route crosses the districts of Kadıköy, Üsküdar, Fatih and Zeytinburnu.

The line between Kazlıçeşme and Ayrılık Çeşmesi includes a 13.6-kilometer route crossing of the Bosporus with three underground and two surface stops.

Line T1 Kabataş–Bağcılar

Stations: Bağcılar, Güneştepe, Yavuzselim, Soğanlı, Akıncılar, Güngören, Merter Tekstil Merkezi, Mehmet Akif, Zeytinburnu, Mithatpaşa, Akşemsettin, Merkezefendi, Cevizlibağ, Topkapı, Pazartekke, Çapa–Şehremini, Fındıkzade, Haseki, Yusufpaşa, Aksaray, Laleli, Beyazıt, Çemberlitaş, Sultanahmet, Gülhane, Sirkeci, Eminönü, Karaköy, Tophane, Fındıklı and Kabataş. 

The first phase of the line was launched in 1992 between Sirkeci and Aksaray. The line initially serviced Topkapı, Zeytinburnu and Eminönü. On June 29, 2006 it was extended to service Kabataş through Galata Bridge. Passengers can connect to the M2 Yenikapı Hacıosman metro line via the F1 Taksim–Kabataş funicular line from Kabataş station. This enables easy railway access to 4. Levent and Atatürk Airport. The high-floor trams of the T2 Zeytinburnu–Bağcılar, commissioned in 2006, were replaced with low-floor trams. It took only one week to align all of the stations with the new trams. In February 3, 2011, the T1 and T2 lines merged, with the line retaining the T1 name. This line provides a direct railway line from Bağcılar to Kabataş.


The T2 Taksim–Tünel Nostalgia Tram Line

The T2 tram line was one of two heritage tramlines that used electrical power to operate. The nostalgia tram line ran on a 1,870-meter route to serve for 2,500 passengers daily. Recommissioned in the late 1990s between Taksim and Tünel, the nostalgia tram line has become a symbol of not only İstiklal Avenue and Beyoğlu, but also Turkey. The nostalgia tram use a 1,870-meter route which run down İstiklal Street from Taksim Square to Tünel.

Service Hours:  Weekdays and Saturday: 07:00 a.m. – 22:45 p.m. / Sunday: 07:30 a.m. – 22:45 p.m. / The journey takes about 20 minutes.


Line T3 Kadıköy–Moda

Stations: İskele Cami, Çarşı, Altıyol, Bahariye, Kilise, Moda İlkokulu, Moda Caddesi, Mühürdar, Damga Sokak and Kadıköy IDO. 

The T3 tram line, which commenced operations on November 1, 2003, boasts a total length of 2.6 kilometers, serving 10 stations. A total of four trams operate on the single-track route. The trams travel in a clockwise direction from Kadıköy Square along the bus lane to Bahariye Street, before returning to Kadiköy Square through Moda Street.


Line T4 Topkapı–Mescid-i Selam

Stations: Mescid-i Selam, Cebeci, Sultançiftliği, Yenimahalle, Hacı Şükrü, 50. Yıl Baştabya, Cumhuriyet Mahallesi, Metris, Karadeniz, Taşköprü, Ali Fuat Başgil, Bosna Çukurçeşme, Sağmalcılar, Uluyol Bereç, Rami, Topçular, Demirkapı, Şehitlik, Edirnekapı, Vatan and Fetihkapı, Topkapı. The T4 line was commissioned to provide easy access from Sultançiftliği and Gaziosmanpaşa to major transfer points and relieve the traffic congestion in the area. The first section of the T4 line was introduced between Şehitlik and Mescid-i Selam on September 17, 2007. Later, the extension of Şehitlik to Topkapı was launched on 18 March, 2009, extending the line’s total route to 15.3 kilometers.

The line’s high-floor tram cars pass through the Sultangazi, Gaziosmanpaşa, Bayrampaşa and Eyüp Sultan districts. Boasting a one-way capacity of 25,000 passengers per hour, the line’s stations are designed to operate with three-car series.

Line F1 Taksim–Kabataş

Stations: The Metropolitan Municipality strives to build transfer stations that integrate domestic transportation across the city and cut down on travel time. Kabataş boasts many different modes of public transportation. On June 29, 2006, the Metropolitan Municipality launched the F1 Taksim–Kabataş line to integrate road, maritime and rail-based transport.

Line TF1 Maçka–Taşkışla

Stations: Launched on April 11, 1993, this line operates between Taşkışla and Maçka. It facilitates the road traffic and pedestrian transportation between Democracy Park and Beyoğlu Marriage Office, saves time and offers a spectacular panoramic view of the city.


Line TF2 Eyüp–Piyerloti

Stations: The TF2 line was launched to revive the Golden Horn as part of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality’s Urban Design Project. The project aims to contribute to the district’s historical and touristic atmosphere and provide easy access to Pierre Loti Hill, one of the most significant viewing terraces in the city.

The station is located in Pierre Loti, a popular landmark in Istanbul. The upper platform of the station contains a binocular lookout station.