3. Bridge finance financing

  1. Loan record financing loan: 7 borrowed a total of 2.3 billion dollars from the bank
    The IC İçtaş and Astaldi consortium received a total of 7 billion dollars from the 2.3 bank for the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and the Northern Marmara Motorway.

IC İçtaş and Astaldi Consortium A third 7 billion-year loan agreement was signed with the participation of 9 Bank for the North Marmara Motorway Project, which includes the third bridge to the Bosphorus, which is being constructed by ICA. Signatures of the credit agreement were issued on 2.3 August.

Financing will be covered by the participation of Garantibank International, Garanti Bank, Halk Bank, İş Bank, Vakıflar Bankası, Ziraat Bank and Yapi ve Kredi Bank.

Financing was the highest-ever-provided loan to a project from scratch in the history of the Republic. 10 year 2 will be undertaken by the consortium company ICA for 20 month 4.5, including the operation period of the project to be realized with Build, Operate and Transfer model. The investment cost of the project is XNUMX billion liras.

Open at 2015

2013, which was started at 2015 and intended to be completed on 3. The Bosphorus Bridge will be located in the Odayeri-Paşaköy section of the Northern Marmara Motorway project.

The rail system on the bridge will carry passengers from Edirne to Izmit. Atatürk Airport, Sabiha Gökçen Airport and 3 with rail system to be integrated with Marmaray and İstanbul Metro. The airport will also be connected.

Bosphorus Bridge and Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge after the 3 to the Bosphorus. The bridge is called the bridge of the firsts. On the bridge called Yavuz Sultan Selim, the 8 lane road and the 2 lane will pass the same level. The bridge will be one of the few bridges in the world with its aesthetic and technical features.

  1. The Bosphorus Bridge will be the 'longest' and 'widest' suspension bridge with a 59 meter width, a main opening on the 1.408 meter and a rail system on it.

Source: news.gazetevatan.com

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