New Highway from Kocaeli to Istanbul

new way from kocaeliden istanbula
new way from kocaeliden istanbula

Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality continues to implement various projects for easy transportation to every point of the city. New roads are being used as an alternative transportation route while accelerating the flow of traffic. For this purpose, the Metropolitan Municipality continues its transportation projects without interruption. Easy connection with Istanbul will be provided with the project carried out in Çayırova. The connection between the Tuzla-Şifa neighborhood and Çayırova will make the transportation easier between the two regions.

The application is completed in the project A1 edge of the bridge, P1, P2 and P3 middle feet in the ongoing project. Prekas were placed between the feet of A1 - P1 and P1 - P2. Road 2 vent bridge was completed and A3 and A2 edge feet were manufactured. The transportation problem between Şifa Neighborhood and Çayırova, which does not have a direct connection to the Şekerpınar connection road, E-80, will be eliminated through the connection roads. The residents of Şifa Neighborhood, which can reach Şekerpınar connection road through Çiftlik Caddesi, will provide easy access to Çayırova after the completion of the project.

The project will be connected to the E-80 to provide both east-west and north-south traffic flow. The bridge and connecting roads to be built in the southern part of the truck park in the neighborhood will connect the two regions. Within the scope of the project, 1 91 and a half meter 7 meter wide and 90 meter 11 meter wide bridge are being constructed.

Within the scope of the project, 2 bin 500 meter road will be manufactured. In the study 4 thousand 615 cubic meters concrete, 675 tons of iron, thousand 429 meters stormwater sewer line, 597 meters will be made of drinking water line. 852 meter piles will be manufactured for bridges. 5 bin 600 square meters parquet flooring, 10 bin 150 meter curb to be laid. 11 bin 725 tone asphalt material to be used on the roads.


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