Ankara Akyurt Fair and Industrial Zone-2 Bridge Interchanges Opened

ankara akyurt fair and industrial zone bridge junctions opened
ankara akyurt fair and industrial zone bridge junctions opened

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu stated that very important transportation projects for Ankara have been completed and new ones have been started, and said that one of them is Ankara-Akyurt Fair and Industrial Zone-2 Bridge Interchanges. Emphasizing that the density caused by transit and industrial traffic will decrease, Karaismailoğlu announced that a total of 108,3 million TL will be saved with the project.

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu attended the opening of Ankara-Akyurt Fair and Industrial Zone-2 Bridge Interchanges; "As the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, we offer our projects to the service of our nation in order to have a stronger future in all four corners of our country," he said. Karaismailoğlu said that they took the first steps in new projects with the power taken from the nation.


Karaismailoğlu said, “September was a good period for our capital Ankara, where very important transportation projects were completed one by one and new ones were started. This month, we first opened the Yazıbeyli and Saray bridge junctions in Kahramankazan. Then we laid the foundation of the Beypazarı-Nallıhan divided road. Last week, we opened the Kızılcahamam Hospital Different Level Junction.”

Under the leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Minister of Transport Karaismailoğlu stated that they have implemented giant investments one by one with the motto “service to the public is service to God” and continued as follows:

“We show our love for our country and nation with our huge works and projects. Turkey has left behind the times when it could no longer make its investments because it could not find a budget. Our country has become one of the main playmakers not only in the region but also in the global plan, with the investments it has made, growing in every field, realizing projects that are more important than the other. We support employment, trade and the economy with our projects that brought Turkey to a new age; We are building the Turkey of the future. In spite of those who tried to run a cheese ship; it brings jobs to our youth, food to households and prosperity to our people; We are raising Turkey. As you can see; Only those who stand ready to oppose our projects we produce for the future of our country can sculpt. As it has been for years, with the power we derive from our nation without heeding anyone; We have carried economic vitality, production, employment, education, health, social and cultural development to every corner of the country, and we will continue to do so.”


Emphasizing that they continue to work day and night with 4 thousand employees at over 700 thousand construction sites all over Turkey, day and night, 7/27, while carrying out all these projects, Necip Fazıl Kısakürek said, "To work like ants, to leave works like giants. He said they always keep their words in mind.

Karaismailoğlu said, "We are working to leave monuments like giants, to imprint indelible traces on our country, to make the maximum contribution to Turkey's progress, development, and greater peace and prosperity," said Karaismailoğlu, adding that with this working principle, they have largely solved the transportation infrastructure problem of Turkey, which has been going on for years. attracted attention.


Underlining that they have invested approximately 19 trillion 1 billion liras in Turkey's transportation and communication infrastructure in the last 200 years, Karaismailoğlu stated that they have increased the length of the divided road to 28 thousand 339 kilometers and the length of the highway to 3 thousand 532 kilometers. Noting that they have increased the number of active airports from 26 to 56, Karaismailoğlu made the following assessments:

“We made the airline the way of the people with the right civil aviation projects. We introduced our people to the high-speed train and became the eighth high-speed train operator in the world and the sixth in Europe. We have completed many giant transportation projects such as Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, Osmangazi Bridge, Eurasia Tunnel, Camlica Tower, Marmaray, Istanbul Airport, Izmir-Istanbul, Ankara-Niğde and Northern Marmara Highways.”


Emphasizing that the capital Ankara also received the share it deserves in the transportation and communication investments made throughout the country, Karaismailoğlu said, “However, those who made politics full of bravery instead of serving the public before the AK Party governments caused our country to stand still. Those who came to duty saying that we will bring roads, water, electricity; they did not just make a policy of ideology and lay one stone upon another. However, we did not practice populism for 19 years, we served. We have produced a service to those who sow the seeds of discord,” he said.


Expressing that approximately 2003 billion 81 million liras have been invested in Ankara's transportation and communication infrastructure since 764, Minister of Transport Karaismailoğlu said that they have increased the length of the divided road across Ankara to 172 kilometers. Karaismailoğlu stated that 5 different highway projects with a cost of 549 billion 29 million liras throughout Ankara are continuing successfully and continued his speech as follows:

“One of them is our road widening and intersection works in the 17-kilometer area from Ankara-Esenboğa junction to Akyurt Police Vocational School. As you know, Akyurt has become one of the important industrial centers of our country with the breakthrough we have made in recent years. It plays an important role in the development of Ankara's economy with its advanced organized industrial facilities. It is also an important trade center that has always been Ankara's gateway to the Black Sea Region. Its proximity to Ankara Esenboğa Airport and its location on the Ankara-Çankırı Highway that connects Central Anatolia to the Western Black Sea further strengthen this potential. It is obvious that Akyurt, where Gazi University campus is located, will grow even more in the coming period with around 400 industrial facilities and the fair area planned to be realized. For this reason, we are working towards the establishment of an advanced transportation network in order to effectively meet the increasing transportation needs of the industrial facilities in Akyurt. With the project, we are renovating the 2×2 lane 17 km divided road section between Ankara and Akyurt Police High School, to provide 3 lanes, 3 departures and 6 arrivals, to traffic. Again, within the scope of the project, we are constructing 3 different level intersections and 4 at-grade intersections. We are happy to put into service a section of 4 kilometers in total, which includes the Industrial Zone-2, Fair Crossroads with Different Levels and one at-grade intersection, with the 5,5-kilometer road where the construction works have been completed.”


Emphasizing that the density caused by transit and industrial traffic will decrease in the Ankara-Akyurt section, where Ankara connects to the Western Black Sea via Çankırı, when the project is completed, Karaismailoğlu said, “While the number of lanes on the main road is increased, the regional and transit traffic flow will be separated from each other with different level intersections built at the participation points and safe and secure. comfortable transportation service will be established. In addition, the Ankara-Akyurt section is also located on the Ankara-Çankırı-Kastamonu-Sinop north-south axis. With this project, the transportation standard of the route, most of which has been turned into a divided road with the previous works, and the Ilgaz Mountain pass through the Ilgaz 15 July İstiklal Tunnel, will also be increased. Ankara-Çankırı Road, located on the 'King's Road' route, which was among the most important trade routes of Anatolia in ancient times, will gain an important position in commercial and industrial transportation today, as it was in the past, with the construction works carried out.


Underlining that Akyurt Road will contribute greatly to the socio-economic development of both the district and the region, Karaismailoğlu concluded his words as follows:

“At the same time, when the project is completed, a total of 100,5 million TL will be saved annually, 7,8 million TL from time and 108,3 million TL from fuel. Carbon emissions will also decrease by 3 thousand 145 tons. In the next period, as the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, we will continue to serve our people by completing many more major transportation projects in line with our 2023, 2053 and 2071 targets.”


Minister of Transport Adil Karaismailoğlu made examinations on the renovated Historical Develioğlu Bridge in Kalecik. Stating that as the Ministry, they have implemented important projects in all four corners of Turkey, Karaismailoğlu said, “We protect our historical bridges, which are under the responsibility of our General Directorate of Highways, and bring them to life by renewing them. In this way, we protect our history and culture.”

Günceleme: 30/09/2021 13:24

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