The new highway journalist Timur Akkurt tested the distance between Istanbul and Izmir to 3,5 hours. Akkurt's doing as well as the track testing as one of the most used navigation systems in Turkey Yandex Maps application also says the new road given by way gidilebileceğini between 4 hours described in Izmir 5 half hours from Istanbul.
SPOKESMANAccording to Samet Demir's report; Yeni During the construction of the new highway, which caused various controversy and was criticized for paying more than 500 pounds by a car driver from Istanbul to Izmir after it was opened, the new highway was tested.
Journalist Timur Akkurt, Youtube İzmir How much is the Istanbul-Izmir highway? Is it really 3.5 clock? Unda In the test video, 3,5 stated that it is not possible to go from Izmir to Istanbul by following the speed limits on the newly opened Istanbul-Izmir highway. Tunnel crossings and other roads during the test if the speed limits of the district of Besiktas, Istanbul, Izmir, around 5 hours, but can be reached, indicating that the time will be extended if given a break Akkurt pointed out.
Akkurt also warned that there are not enough motorway facilities and gas stations on the road yet and that the drivers should start with a full tank.
NAVIGATION COMPANIES CAN'T GO AT 3,5 HOURS
Complying with the project speed limits, which were criticized by the citizens for the exorbitant road fare prices, 400 was defined as acceptable, promising that a distance of more than 3,5 km could be taken per hour. However, according to widely-used navigation company Yandex data in Turkey, opened the new Istanbul-Izmir can be considered as Istanbul's central districts using the motorway using the Eurasia Tunnel of Fatih Izmir Alsancak 4 h can be reached in a period of 30 minutes. It costs about 5 hours and costs more than 500 pounds.
OLD ROAD DRIVES AT 5 CLOCK
According to the map application used by the Apple company on their mobile phones, the journeys from Fatih to Izmir are around 5 hours. Both journeys need to be made using the Eurasian Tunnel and the Osmangazi Bridges.