Ovit Tunnel, whose Tunnel Construction tender was held on February 29, 2012, and whose construction started on May 11, 2012, will be the longest tunnel in Turkey and Europe among double tube tunnels when it is completed. The Ovit Tunnel will also take the title of the world's second longest double tube tunnel. The project, which is planned to be completed in 2, offers a new vision of transportation to the Eastern Anatolia, Black Sea and Southeastern Anatolia Regions. kazanAs it will increase, it will boost the economy of the three regions.
The Laerdal Tunnel (Laerdalstunnelen), the longest road tunnel in the world, is in Norway. The length of the tunnel, which came into service in 2000, is 24 thousand 510 meters. This longest tunnel in Europe is in Norway, Oslo and. It provides transportation between Bergen.
The longest tunnel ever built in Turkey is the Nefise Akçelik Tunnel on the Persembe Bolaman road. The tunnel, which is 3 thousand 825 meters long, serves as a double tube.
12.6 km in Turkey (double tube) after the end of the long tunnel with a length when the mount ovit tunnel is planned to be completed in twin-tube tunnels to Turkey and Europe will be the longest tunnel. In addition, it will have the title of the longest tunnel in the world with its double tube.
Highways Network in over Serve with Longest Tunnels, Laerdal Tunnel in Norway 1 scuba 24 thousand 510 meters, Zhongnsnsh Tunnel China 2 scuba, 18 thousand 40 meters, Saint Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland 1 scuba 16 thousand 910 meters and Ovit Tunnel Turkey 2 scuba 12 thousand 615 meter.
OVİT MOUNTAIN TUNNEL AND CONNECTION ROADS
Ikizdere-Ispir Road 6 month of the year is under snow. The construction of Ovit Mountain Tunnel and the connecting roads, which are planned to be completed as soon as possible, in order to eliminate the grievance of the local people and to increase the road standards in the north-south corridors which are of great importance for our country, continue.
The project has a significant potential in transporting a significant portion of the GAP products to the Black Sea ports by transporting the provinces under the Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) to the Eastern Black Sea Region and then to other neighboring countries through a high standard route.
In addition, the neighboring countries in the East and Middle-East passes through the tunnel crossing to the Black Sea region, and their exports and imports using the ports in the region will increase the potential for Regional Development.