The connecting roads of the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge will end in 2018: The connecting roads of the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, which overlooks the Black Sea and continues to be constructed between Beykoz and Sarıyer, will end in 2018.
It was learned that the connections of the Northern Marmara Motorway of Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, whose foundation was laid on May 29, 2013, will be completed in 2018. The new road to be built between Odayeri and Kınalı on the European side and between Kurtköy and Akyazı on the Asian side will be connected to the Gulf crossing Bridge from Gebze, and heavy vehicles on the European side will arrive at the Edirne highway without waiting at the Mahmutbey toll booths.
According to information acquired by Dost Beykoz, a total of 260 kilometers of highway will be built between Silivri and Kınalı and Sakarya and Akyazı. The North Marmara Motorway will have 7 connecting roads on the Anatolian side and its total length will reach up to 136 kilometers. The length of the section, which includes 16 viaducts in total, will be 8 thousand 25 meters. The 17 tunnels on the highway will stretch along 12 kilometers in total.
'5 solid tree will be planted'
On the other hand, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, which was built between Sariper's Garipçe Village on the European side and the Poyrazköy district of Beykoz on the Anatolian side, will have the world's highest tower suspension bridge. In addition to the tower height of over 320 meters, the main bridge with its main span of 1408 meters, the Third Bridge, which also includes a rail system, will provide significant gains to Beykoz. While 700 people, 6 of whom are engineers, work in the project, 500 times the cut trees will be planted. While afforestation has been done in 5 hectares of land before, 410 hectares of land will be afforested within the scope of plans for this year.