End Approaching at Nissibi Bridge

Nissibi Euphrates Bridge 'in Ended Approach: Atatürk Dam construction began over two years ago and laid foundation of Turkey's longest suspension bridge carrying the third feature Nissib Nearing the end of the bridge.
The 610 meter long Nissibi Bridge, which will connect Adıyaman to Diyarbakır and the east, opens to vehicle traffic in October. Governor Mahmoud Demirtas, the Bosporus Bridge and the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge after Turkey's third largest suspension bridge in Nissib built as the state of the bridge and the bridge going to the received information about the study was conducted.
Expressing that the construction of the bridge has been longed to be expected by Adıyaman people for years, Governor Mahmut Demirtaş said, “As it is known, it has been under the dam lake due to the construction of the Ataturk Bridge, which connects our eastern provinces and eastern provinces. and the construction of the bridge has been longed for years by our people. As a result of the examinations we made today, I observed that the works on the bridge, the foundation of which was laid 2 years ago, continue rapidly and progress is being made day by day. It is envisaged that the bridge will be completed and put into service by the relevant company in October. This bridge will be completed emerged when one of Turkey's most important works. With the opening of the bridge to vehicle traffic, Adıyaman will no longer be a blind spot and transportation will be provided very easily. Buda will cause both socio-economic development and revival of tourism in Adıyaman. ”
Governor Demirtaş stated that with the launch of the Nissibi Bridge, which will be the transition point of many provinces with Adıyaman and Diyarbakır, transportation in the region will be more comfortable and safe.
Demirtaş stated that the bridge to be built will bring a serious vitality to the tourism economy of the region, considering the touristic values ​​and belief tourism of Adıyaman, as well as making a serious contribution to the country's economy by saving time and fuel.



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