The connection roads of the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge will be completed at 2018: The connection roads of the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, which is under construction between Beykoz and Sarıyer facing the Black Sea of the Bosphorus, will end at 2018.
It was learned that the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, which was laid at 29 May 2013, will be completed on the 2018 of Northern Marmara Motorway connections. The new road between Odayeri and Kınalı on the European side and between Kurtköy and Akyazı on the Asian side will be connected to the bridge of the Gulf from Gebze and the heavy vehicles on the European side will reach the Edirne highway without waiting in Mahmutbey tolls.
According to the information obtained from Dost Beykoz, a total of 260 kilometers long highway will be built between Silivri and Kınalı and Sakarya and Akyazı. The North Marmara Motorway will have 7 connection ways on the Anatolian side and the total length will reach up to 136. In total, the length of the section where the 16 viaduct is located will be the 8 bin 25 meter. The 17 tunnel on the motorway will extend to 12 in total.
'5 solid tree will be planted'
On the other hand, the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, built between Garipçe Village of Sarıyer on the European side and Poyrazköy district of Beykoz on the Asian side, will have the world's highest tower suspension bridge. In addition to the tower height exceeding 320 meters, the Third Bridge, which also has a rail system on the main opening of the 1408 meter, will provide significant gains to Beykoz. 700 6 500 people working in the project, while 5 solid tree planting of trees cut will be done. Previously, the 410 hectare area will be afforestation, while the 460 hectare area will be more afforested within the scope of the plans for this year.