The temporary bridge, which was built on the road connecting Çatalzeytin-Türkeli districts, instead of Çatalzeytin Bridge, which was destroyed due to the flood, was opened to traffic. Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu and General Manager of Highways Abdulkadir Uraloğlu opened the bridge, which was put into service by placing 2×2 prefabricated culverts. noticed how it works.
“Permanent projects to be made will be done in a way that will not be affected by possible disaster situations”
Underlining that they will continue to work by staying in the region, our Minister Karaismailoğlu said, “It is as if we have put our transportation axes on their way. We met urgent needs. We also started our permanent projects from one side. The permanent projects we will do from now on will be made in a way that will not be affected by such possible disaster situations.
“An exemplary work was presented to the world in the flood region”
Adding that an exemplary work has been put forward in the flood region, Karaismailoğlu said, “The permanent projects we will do from now on will be done in a way that will not be affected by such possible disaster situations. We had a similar disaster in Giresun last year. After one year, our permanent projects there come to an end. We will finish these projects in Kastamonu and Sinop in a much shorter time and return life to normal.”