Torbalı railway station

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Torbalı
TCDD Taşımacılık regional rail station
İZBAN commuter rail station
Torbali station.jpg
The TCDD platform on the left with the new IZBAN platform on the right.
Location5058. Sk, Torbalı Mah. 35860
Torbalı, İzmir
Turkey
Coordinates 38°10′15″N27°20′51″E / 38.1708°N 27.3475°E / 38.1708; 27.3475 Coordinates: 38°10′15″N27°20′51″E / 38.1708°N 27.3475°E / 38.1708; 27.3475
Owned by TCDD
Line(s)TCDD Taşımacılık
İZBAN
Platforms3
Tracks5
Connections Bus-logo.svg ESHOT Bus: 724, 727, 770, 780, 781, 782, 798
Construction
Structure typeAt-grade
Platform levels1
Disabled accessYes
Other information
StatusIn Operation
History
OpenedDecember 1860 [1]
Rebuilt2013-15
Electrified2015
Previous names ORC
Services
Preceding station  TCDD Taşımacılık  Following station
toward  İzmir
İzmir-Denizli
toward  Denizli
İzmir-Nazilli
toward  Nazilli
İzmir-Söke
toward  Söke
İzmir-Ödemiş
toward  Ödemiş Şehir
İzmir-Tire
toward  Tire
 İZBAN 
toward  Alsancak
Southern Line
Terminus

Torbalı railway station (Turkish : Torbalı garı) is the larger and busier of the two railway stations in the town of Torbalı, Turkey. The station is located 49.7 km (30.9 mi) south of Alsancak Terminal in Izmir and is the southernmost station to service all regional trains south of Izmir.

Contents

Torbalı has three platforms (2 island platforms, 1 side platform) servicing TCDD regional trains as well as IZBAN commuter trains.

Just south of the station is Torbalı junction, where the Torbalı-Ödemiş railway splits off the Izmir-Eğirdir railway.

Connections

Torbalı is serviced by several bus services that operate to neighboring towns and villages. The stop is located besides Haluk Alpsü Boulevard.

ESHOT Bus service [2]
Route NumberStopRouteLocation
701Haluk Alpsü BulvarıPancar — TorbalıHaluk Alpsü Boulevard
714TorbalıTorbalı — TorbalıTorbalı Terminal
724TorbalıŞehitler — Torbalı Aktarma MerkeziTorbalı Terminal
727TorbalıBayındır — Torbalı Aktarma MerkeziTorbalı Terminal
770TorbalıSelçuk — Torbalı Aktarma MerkeziTorbalı Terminal
780TorbalıBülbüldere — Torbalı Aktarma MerkeziTorbalı Terminal
781TorbalıTulumköy — Torbalı Aktarma MerkeziTorbalı Terminal
782TorbalıTaşkesik — Torbalı Aktarma MerkeziTorbalı Terminal
798TorbalıTire — Torbalı Aktarma MerkeziTorbalı Terminal

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References

  1. "ORC History". trainsofturkey.com. Retrieved 20 March 2016.
  2. "Nokta - Duraktan Geçen Hatlar". eshot.gov.tr (in Turkish). Retrieved 22 December 2017.