Haliç Metro Bridge takes its final shape

Haliç Metro Bridge took its final shape:

End of the Haliç Metro Pass Bridge, one of the projects prepared to breathe Istanbul traffic.

The test drive will begin on October 29, and the bridge will enter service in the first months of 2014.

Once completed, 1 million people will pass through the Golden Horn Metro Bridge daily.

Haliç Metro Bridge, which is planned to be one of the important transportation ports of Istanbul, took its final shape.

A test drive will also be carried out on the bridge with Marmaray, which will open on 29 October.

180 will be merged with the Marmaray of Istanbul Metro with the bridge costing a million liras.

When the construction of Haliç Metro Crossing Bridge, one of the most important stages of the subway, is completed, passengers boarding the metro from Hacıosman will reach the Yenikapı transfer station without interruption.

Passengers here with the Marmaray connection, Kadıköy-Kartal, Bakırköy-Atatürk Airport or Bağcılar-Olimpiyat Köyü- will be able to reach Başakşehir in a short time.

“A different method was used for the passage of the ship on the bridge. The 120 meter revolving bridge, which sits on one leg, will open in this way and will lead the ships. ”

The architect of the project, Hakan Kıran, says that the bridge will bring an effective solution to Istanbul's growing traffic problem.

The public is waiting for the day with the 4 eye.

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