Golcuk Captain's Road Traffic Transit

Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality is working to make the traffic on D-130 fluent. At the crossroads at the Gölcük Yüzbaşılar crossroad, the Metropolitan Municipality works quickly. The intersection, which is currently guided by traffic lights, will become transit with the project. The elimination of the lights will relieve the traffic in the region. The project will eliminate vehicle clutter in the lights.

SOUTH SIDE ROAD CONTINUES
In the ongoing project, the southern side road bored pile applications are being made. North side road superstructures were brought to the level of binder asphalt. Border production was done. South side road retaining wall manufacturing is completed. On the south side road paneling and assembly is continuing. In this section, electricity poles were installed between Adalıdere and Değirmendere.

ISIKLAR MIDDLE SHOULD
When the intersection project in D-130 is completed, the area where traffic density is generated by the vehicles which are mainly engaged in intercity transportation will take a sigh of relief. Golcuk-2, after the interchange of the Değirmendere crossroads, the capitals will transit traffic in the region. After the Gölcük-2 intersection, the captains' capitals, which are controlled by the traffic lights, will be relieved by a bridge intersection.

RETURNS UNDER BRIDGE
The main road traffic passing through Değirmendere and Gölcük-130 intersections on İzmit-Yalova highway (D-2), will be provided at the location of the capitals by the completion of the project. The project will eliminate the traffic lights in the capitals. Yalova and Izmit direction turns will be made at the roundabout under the bridge.

190 METER BRIDGE
Within the scope of the project, a simple beam bridge with 190 meter length and 8 spans will be constructed. By providing transparency in the intersection area, the perimeter settlements will be kept at a minimum length and the bridge length will be kept long enough to ensure a safe, secure space for return and return under the bridge.

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