Izmir Bay Crossing 70 will minutes to minute 10

Izmir Gulf Crossing 70 minute to the 10 Minute: Izmir traffic to relieve the Environment Road, İZBAN and Konak Tunnel explaining the implementation of AK Party deputy Atilla Kaya, "Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, the Gulf Crossing was ordered by the order. Project planning and EIA process will be completed in 2017. With this project, Izmir's traffic 'Lightning' will flow with speed, 'he said.
While the Izmir Ring Road, IZBAN and Konak Tunnels, which were implemented during the period of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications of Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, significantly relieved the urban traffic, the time came for the Izmir Bay Crossing project. AK Party Izmir Deputy Atilla Kaya said, “If the Ring Road, İZBAN and Konak Tunnel had not existed, traffic would not have progressed in İzmir. New ones of these works are also on the way. The project design and EIA process of the Izmir Bay Crossing Project will be completed at the beginning of 2017. With the Bay Crossing Project, İzmir's traffic will flow at the speed of 'Lightning' ”.
Reminding that Prime Minister Yıldırım had completed the unfinished construction of the 55-kilometer-long Izmir Ring Road in total, and opened the Konak Tunnel and the 112-kilometer İZBAN line, Kaya said, A relief was provided in the regions of Alsancak, Basmane and Çankaya. Thanks to the Konak Tunnel, which takes the road from 30 minutes to 2-3 minutes during the busy hours of the day, İzmir residents save 30 million lira of fuel a year. We cannot thank enough to our Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, the architect of this project, ”he said.
It's time for the Gulf Passage
We do not say 'we did these and it's done'. We are working to ease the traffic in İzmir with new projects, ”said Kaya,“ The second phase final projects of the 12.6-kilometer-long Izmir Bay Crossing Project, which will connect the Çeşme Highway by extending from the Ring Motorway in the north and the Atatürk Organized Industrial Zone to İnciraltı in the south, have been approved. . Project design and EIA process will be completed at the beginning of 2. With the completion of the Izmir Bay Crossing, traffic from the north axis of Izmir will be able to reach the south axis of the Gulf without entering the city. The Izmir Bay Crossing, which is planned as a road and rail system, will ensure the same connection of existing or planned rail systems on both sides. "
Project call to Metropolitan
Kaya made a call to the Metropolitan Municipality for cooperation and said, “For the solution of the traffic problem, the Metropolitan, which is the main responsible for the urban traffic order, should also produce projects. Metropolitan should prepare short-term transportation and traffic improvement projects and public transportation projects as soon as possible and take action. We are ready to support Büyükşehir in this matter as well as in any other issue, ”he said.
Izmir Ring Road, in order to relieve urban traffic, especially from the existing south line, Balçova, Uzundere, Karabağlar, Gaziemir and Buca districts north, Bus Station, Bornova, Karşıyaka, Çiğli and Menemen direction was made to connect seamlessly. Vehicles coming from Aydın Karşıyaka The traffic, especially in Altınyol, due to the fact that they were going in the direction of the business, became more intense when the business entrance and exit was added. When the İzmir Ring Road was opened, this burden was largely eliminated. Until the end of 1976, only 2002 kilometers of the Ring Road, which was planned in 11, could be built. The project gained momentum after the AK Party government came to power and Binali Yıldırım became the Minister of Transport and was completed and put into service in 2007. Work is underway to extend the ring road from Koyundere to Menemen. In the coming days, a tender will be held with the build-operate-transfer method to extend it from Menemen to Çandarlı.
İZBAN, which was put into service between Aliağa and Menderes in 2010, was extended to Torbalı in recent months. Thus, the total length of İZBAN increased to 112 kilometers. The number of passengers transported in İZBAN until the end of 2015 was 87 million. It was stated that the number of passengers transported by İZBAN until August 2016 reached 60 million. With the impact of the newly opened Torbalı line, the number of passengers transported by İZBAN is expected to reach 2016 million annually at the end of 100. It is also planned to extend İZBAN to Bergama and Selçuk in the upcoming period.
Konak Tunnel, which has a 1674 meter long double tube, was opened to traffic on May 24, 2015. The tunnel enables the vehicles, which create a serious density in the city center, to pass to the opposite side via the tunnel when they come from the Yeşildere road and Mustafa Kemal Beach Boulevard, without entering these congested areas. Vehicles coming from the coast get the opportunity to pass directly to Adnan Menderes Airport, Buca, Bornova, Otogar region, and those coming from Yeşildere road to Güzelyalı, Balçova, Çeşme direction. It is calculated that 315 million vehicles have passed through the Konak Tunnel, which was completed with a total expenditure of 15 million TL, since the day it was opened. Thanks to the Konak Tunnel, which takes the road from 30 minutes to 2-3 minutes during the rush hours of the day, it is calculated that the inhabitants of İzmir save 30 million lira energy annually. Konak Tunnel not only breathes the traffic of İzmir, but also increased the traffic safety of the drivers. The tunnel is planned to make fast access to the bus station from Konak and Buca, along with the connection roads, in the future.
It will connect the Çeşme Highway by extending from the Ring Motorway and Atatürk Organized Industrial Zone in the north to İnciraltı locality in the south. The Gulf Passage, which is planned to be approximately 12.6 kilometers long, will be a sea passage of 6.9 kilometers. The 1900-meter part of the sea crossing will consist of a immersed tube tunnel, 4 thousand 175 meters of it will be a bridged pass, and the 880-meter section will consist of an artificial island. The artificial island is planned to be in the shape of a crescent-star. With the project, the 31-kilometer-long coastal road will be shortened by 19 kilometers and the 55-kilometer ring road by 43 kilometers. With the project, which is expected to cost 3.5 billion liras, the journey time between Çiğli and Narlıdere will be approximately 65-70 minutes by the coastal road and 45 minutes by the environment, to 10 minutes. The project will also include the rail system.


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