Transportation from İzmir to Çandarlı will decrease from 22 hours to 1,5 minutes with the Menemen-Aliağa-Çandarlı Motorway, which will be opened by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Cahit Turhan on Saturday, February 40.
The Menemen-Aliağa-Çandarlı Motorway, which was tendered with the BOT Model in 2017, is 55,7 km long, including the 40,2 km highway and the 95,9 km connection road. The North Aegean Motorway will be opened on Saturday, February 22, with a ceremony that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will also attend.
It Will Take 40 Minutes From Çandarlı From Izmir
A 96 meter long Buruncuk Tunnel was built on the highway, which is approximately 946 kilometers long. The highway with 12 bridged junctions, 2 level intersections, 7 toll collection areas, 3 highway service areas, 6 viaducts, 38 bridges and 182 culverts will reduce the distance from the İzmir Ring Road junction to the Çandarlı exit from the junction of Ege University Hospital.
The part of the route between Koyundere junction and Çandarlı exit can be reached in 25 minutes. The North Aegean Port, which is planned to be built on the highway, is expected to meet the traffic load significantly.
Within the scope of the project, which is planned as 3 lanes and 3 arrivals with a total of 6 lanes, there are 12 bridges, 2 level crossings, 7 toll collection areas and 3 highway service areas, 8 viaducts, 36 bridges and 1 tunnel.
Menemen-Aliağa-Çandarlı Motorway Route
Menemen-Aliağa-Çandarlı Motorway; Starting from the Koyundere junction, reaching Aliağa OSB and Yeni Şakran from the east of Türkelli and Aliağa, it runs parallel to the existing İzmir-Çanakkale road and ends in the Port region with Çandarlı Port Connection Road at Km: 65 + 700.
With the implementation of the Menemen-Aliağa-Çandarlı Motorway Project, especially on the road that serves heavy vehicle-heavy traffic; It is aimed to provide full traffic safety, life and property safety, shorten travel time and contribute to the development of tourism and industry in the region. Highway transportation requirements of the trade, industry and tourism sectors in the city center of Izmir, the bay and the Aliaga district in the north, along with the urban traffic, along with the existing urban roads, especially in ALOSBI, Petkim and Tüpraş industrial facilities, iron and steel factories, ship dismantling. facilities, fuel filling facilities, fertilizer and paper factories, and the heavy tonnage and excessive traffic density created by the Atatürk Organized Industrial Zone and Çamaltı Tuzlas in Çiğli District will reduce fuel consumption.