Giant projects full gas: The Eurasia Tunnel returned to the construction site square with the third airfield, where filling and excavation works continued. When completed, the Eurasia Tunnel Project with the third airfield, the world's largest airfield, was viewed from the sky.
With the third airfield where filling and excavation work continues, the Eurasia Tunnel has turned into a construction site. The Eurasia Tunnel Project was viewed from the sky with the third airport, which will be the world's largest airport when completed. Filling and drilling operations continue at the airport, where dozens of construction sites and dozens of earthmoving trucks work intensively. Work continues uninterruptedly in the Eurasia Tunnel, Marmaray's brother. Built on an area of 76.5 million square meters, the airport is expected to cost 10 billion euros. It will be the largest in the world with the dimensions of the airport, which has a closed area of 1 million 471 thousand square meters. The airport, which will serve a total of 150 million passengers, will finally be completed in 2018. On the other hand, he also viewed the route of the Eurasia Tunnel Project (Istanbul Strait Road Tube Crossing), which is expected to reduce the distance between Kazlıçeşme and Göztepe to 15 minutes. The ongoing project is expected to be operational in 2017. The length of the tunnel will be 5,4 km. In the tunnel, where 120 thousand vehicles are expected to pass daily, the vehicles will travel in 2 lanes, 2 arrivals and 4 departures, and on double floors. With the widening and arrangement of the connection roads at the entrance and exit points of the tunnel, the traffic will yet become fluid. The Eurasia Tunnel will be among the most important investments of Istanbul, which wants to host international giant organizations, regarding the solution of the traffic problem.