The lighting of the cat path, which was completed on the İzmit Bay Bridge, the most important crossing point of the highway project between Istanbul and Izmir, added a new color to the Bay.
Lighting work was carried out on the Izmit Bay Bridge, which is the most important transition point of the highway project that will reduce the distance between Istanbul and Izmir to 3.5 hours.
In the bridge of Izmit Bay which is the most important part of the Gebze-Orhangazi-Izmir Highway Project, lighting systems were installed in the ropes known as cat paths, which were broken and rebuilt in March. The Gulf Transition Bridge, which is on the construction site during the daytime with its lighting works, started to give a new appearance to the Gulf by working the lighting in the evening hours.
It is expected that the assembly of the steel ropes that will carry the bridge will begin after the completion of the cat path installation on the Gulf Crossing Bridge, which is constructed between Diliskası district of Dilitra district of Kocaeli and Hersek Cape of Yalova Altınova district of Kocaeli. The steel bridge ropes to connect the two sides of the bay will be fixed to the foundations of the ground below the 19 meter.
The Gulf Crossing Bridge, where the bridge connection roads have been completed to a large extent, is the 2, which has the world's largest middle opening with a length of approximately 682 thousand 4 meters. to be the bridge. The 195 steel pile, which was stuck to its base, was built to be the largest earthquake resistant bridge.
When the Gulf Transition Bridge is completed, 65 going on the 3 meters of the sea, 3 arrival and 1 will serve the vehicles with the service strip. The 60 on the two sides of the bay will take the 6 minutes to work with the transition time.
Approximately 1.1 billion-dollar investment in the ongoing construction of the bridge is completed, the drivers are expected to be taken as a toll 35 dollar-VAT. The work on the Gulf Crossing Bridge, where the works accelerated, is expected to be completed substantially in the summer months.