Niğde Environment Highway was opened

The Niğde Environment Highway, 20 February 2012, was opened on Wednesday with a ceremony. Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Binali YILDIRIM, Niğde Governor Alim BARUT, Governor of Nevşehir Abdurrahman SAVAŞ, General Director of Highways M. Cahit TURHAN, district deputies, mayors and citizens attended the ceremony.
In his speech, Minister Binali YILDIRIM said that Niğde took its name from abundance and abundance and that Niğde 10 has been an uninterrupted settlement center for a thousand years. YILDIRIM said that the motorway will continue from Adana to Niğde and from Ankara to Istanbul and said, da We have equipped every corner of the country with divided roads. We split the roads, we merged lives. Today we are adding a new one to these services Bugün.
Located on the highway in Nigde Environment axle located between Europe and the Middle East where Ankara-Pozantı Motorway, intercontinental great importance in the bridge position on a continuous motorway network facilities in Turkey. The highway connecting Cappadocia, Mediterranean and Southeast Anatolia Regions, which are one of our main tourism centers, also connects Iskenderun and Mersin Ports to the Central Anatolia Region.
Launched for service, the Niğde Environment Motorway is located within the 10 km Gölcük-Kemerhisar section of the Ankara-Pozantı Motorway.
Ankara-Pozantı Highway has become more functional with the opening of the Niğde Environment Highway. Transit traffic from Mersin and Adana and Niğde city traffic were separated from each other. Thus, Turkey's largest manufacturing center in the field of agriculture especially cotton produced in the GAP and Cukurova region, cereals, vegetables, fruits, and soon the inner and safe way to reach foreign markets in citrus products; In addition, the connection of the rich tourism centers in Southeast Anatolia and the Mediterranean Region to the Central Anatolia and Cappadocia Region became easier.

Source: KGM

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