Çanakkale Bosphorus Crossing Bridge will be the longest suspension bridge in the world: Minister Bilgin stated that the Çanakkale Bosphorus Crossing Bridge will be the longest suspension bridge in the world and the tender process will begin in the middle of this year.
Feridun Bilgin, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, announced that the tender process for the Çanakkale Bosphorus Crossing Bridge, which will be the longest suspension bridge in the world, will start in the middle of this year.
Bilgin, said in a statement, Gallipoli-Lapseki route in the middle of the Çanakkale Bosphorus Crossing Bridge Project to be held in the middle of the High Planning Council (YPK) decision to apply to the Ministry of Development, he said.
Total 352 kilometers Kınalı-Tekirdağ-Çanakkale-Savaştepe Highway Project is one of the targets of the 2023 year expressing Bilgin, said the project will be implemented within the framework of build-operate-transfer.
Bilgin noted that the project includes the Çanakkale Bosphorus Crossing Bridge. Ergah The bridge to the Gallipoli-Lapseki route will be a total of 3 thousand 623 meters. The bridge, the 2 will be the longest suspension bridge in the world with a medium clearance over a thousand meters. Proj In addition to the 2 × 3 highway vehicle lane on the Çanakkale Bosphorus Crossing Bridge, the railway crossing was also projected. Çan
Bilgin, after the completion of the feasibility of the bridge and preparation of the EIA report, stated that they would apply to the Ministry of Development for the decision of the YPK in the middle of this year.
A ring will be created by motorway in Marmara Region
The Highway Project, which includes the Çanakkale Strait Crossing Bridge, will provide another link between Europe and Asia.
When the project is completed, it will be connected by Balıkesir to Çanakkale motorway, through the Çanakkale bridge to Tekirdağ and from there to Kapıkule. Thus, a ring will be created in the Marmara Region by motorway. With this project, the traffic load of Istanbul will be alleviated, transportation costs will decrease, and the transportation activities of the Aegean Region can be done through Çanakkale.