The installation of the guide cables to the Bay Crossing Bridge has been completed: The installation of the guide cables to the Gulf Passage Bridge, which will be the fourth largest suspension bridge in the world, has been completed.
Work on the Gebze-Orhangazi-İzmir project, which will reduce the road trip between Istanbul and İzmir to 3.5 hours, continues at full speed. The construction of the project started in 2013 and has a height of 254 meters. The marine traffic, which was stopped for a short time, also started again.
TWO COLLAR COMBINED
Cables with a length of 2 meters were united by the two sides of the Izmit Bay. The project, which will be the fourth largest suspension bridge in the world when it is completed, was completed at the end of 682.
Another major step was taken to complete the bridge, with the removal of the main cables that would allow the vehicles to cross the Izmit Bay in 6 minutes. The main cable draw consists of 330 thousand meters of cable wrapped by the robot moving over the guide cable. The placement of the decks on the bridge will end in May, unless there is any change in the program. When the Bay Crossing Bridge is completed at the end of the year, it will serve with a total of 3 lanes, 3 departures and 6 arrivals. With the project, which will save a lot of time, the Istanbul-Izmir highway will be reduced to 3,5 hours and the Gebze-Orhangazi road to 20 minutes.
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