Tire Toki Mahallesi railway station

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Tire Toki Mahallesi
TCDD regional rail station
General information
Locationİzmir-Ödemiş Yolu, Atatürk Mahallesi, Tire 35900
Owned by Turkish State Railways
Line(s)TCDD Taşıcımalk
Basmane-Tire Regional
Platforms1 island platform
Other information
StatusIn Operation
OpenedJanuary 2014 [1]
Preceding station TCDD Taşımacılık Following station
towards İzmir
İzmir–Tire Tire

Tire Toki Mahallesi station (Turkish : Tire Toki Mahallesi Durağı), officially designated as KM 91+300, is a railway station on the Çatal-Tire railway just north of Tire, Turkey. The station was opened in January 2014 to service the new TOKİ housing projects built nearby.

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  1. "TCDD'den İstasyonlarda Hat Yenileme Çalışmaları" [Improvement of railways stations by TCDD] (in Turkish). 16 December 2013. Retrieved 29 September 2017.