Bridge cables started to be towed on the Bay Bridge



Bridge cables were started to be towed at the Bay Bridge: One of the important steps was taken at Izmit Bay Bridge which is the most important part of the Gebze-Orhangazi Izmir Highway Project, which will reduce the Izmir highway journey to 3.5 hours. The guide cables were started to be used in the operation of the robots that will process the main cobbles that will carry the decks to pass the vehicles. At the moment, when one side of the guide cable is pulled, 2 bin 682 meter main cables will be formed and two sides of Izmit Bay will be united.
At the end of the year, the 4 towers will be the world's 254 largest suspension bridge. One of the most important steps on the bridge is the guide cables to be used for the extraction of the main cables to be placed on the main deck. The grid cables on the right side of the bridge are now completed. These guide cables, which were first lowered by the tugboats, were then stretched between the two towers and the left side of the bridge was connected to the two sides even though it was symbolic.
After the completion of the cables on the other side, the main cables to be transported to the Gulf of Izmit will be used to transport the vehicles in 6 minutes. The main cable draw will be made by winding the 330 thousand meter long thin cables by the robot that will move on this guide cable.
If there is no fault in the program, the main cables will be completed in February, and by the end of May, the installation of the tables will be finished. At the end of the year, the 3 is going to serve the 3 lane and 6 arrivals will bridge the bridge, but also 4 of the Earth. will take the title of big suspension bridge. The bridge will take the Istanbul-Izmir highway to 3,5 hours and Gebze-Orhangazi road to 20 minutes. At the same time, especially in the summer months, holiday holidays, those who want to spend outside Istanbul in the highways and ferry piers iizdiham will be slightly reduced.

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