60 Percent of Ilgaz Mountain Tunnel is Completed

60 Percent of Ilgaz Mountain Tunnel is Completed: The tunnel that will connect Central Anatolia to the Black Sea is planned to be opened next year.
60 percent of the Ilgaz Mountain Tunnel is completed - The tunnel that will connect Central Anatolia to the Black Sea is planned to be opened next year. 60 percent of the Ilgaz Mountain Tunnel, which will connect Central Anatolia to the Black Sea, has been completed. Governor Vahdettin Özcan told reporters that the Ilgaz Mountain Tunnel between Çankırı and Kastamonu is a project to be proud of. Özcan emphasized that the works are continuing uninterruptedly and said, “We have finished about 60 percent of the work now.
Turkey is one of the project's pride. We are building a tunnel of 5,5 kilometers, 5,5 kilometers right and 11 kilometers left tube. an individual does not happen in an accident el joy within our construction work "expresses the kullandı.tünel the economy as an important contribution to save the Governor Ozcan provide the tunnel the Black Sea, bildirdi.- would connect Central Anatolia and the Mediterranean Sea Kastamonu" Turkey's third longest tunnel “The 15th Regional Director of the General Directorate of Highways, Sami Uyar, stated that they travel about 12 meters per day in the tunnel. Thanks to the tunnel, the time lost by the drivers on the road will decrease,” Uyar said: “The 27,5-kilometer road from Tunnel to İndağı site will be made of hot asphalt. Our 5,5-kilometer tunnel will shorten the transition time by half an hour for small vehicles and 45 minutes for large vehicles. When we open this place, we will overcome the most important problem. We are connecting İnebolu to Mersin, thus improving the main transportation infrastructure. Our vehicle pass through the tunnel will take place in April 2016 and will be opened to traffic. The longest tunnel in traffic tunnels, but this is projected when the planned construction of tunnels over Turkey will be the third longest tunnel. " .

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