The Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure emphasized that the travel time, which was 80 minutes, was shortened by 39 minutes with the Kahramanmaraş-Göksun Road, which connects the Central Black Sea and Central Anatolia Regions to the Mediterranean Ports. Stating that the bridges and viaducts are known as the "Literature Road" because they bear the names of famous poets, the Ministry of Transport also drew attention to the fact that a total of 336 million TL was saved annually with the road.
The General Directorate of Highways of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure made a written statement about the Kahramanmaraş-Göksun road. It was noted that the Kahramanmaraş-Göksun Road is located on the route connecting the Southeast Anatolia-GAP Region to Central Anatolia and the Black Sea Region, and it was pointed out that the road is important for both Turkey and the regional economy.
THERE ARE 16 DOUBLE TUBE TUNNELS WITH A LENGTH OF 451 thousand 11 meters
Underlining that the road is 64,1 kilometers long in total, the statement said, “Within the scope of the road built in the standard of divided road with bitumen hot mix pavement; There are 2 double tube tunnels with a total length of 16×451 thousand 11 meters, 570 viaducts with a length of 2 meters, 145 bridges with a length of 3 meters and 734 crossroads with a length of 6 meters. With the project in the divided road standard, an important step has been achieved in the works carried out on the North-South axis. Safe and comfortable transportation was provided, connecting the Central Black Sea Coast and Central Anatolia Region to Mediterranean ports, Syrian border gates and Middle East countries via Kahramanmaraş. The effects of traffic accidents and seasonal conditions on transportation were minimized. In addition, the project, which is part of both the east-west and north-south axis by integrating with the Kayseri-Kahramanmaraş-Gaziantep State Highway, contributed to the social and economic development of the region by providing transit traffic and tourism circulation.
THE ROUTE HAS BEEN SHORTENED 15,9 KILOMETER
Emphasizing that the route, which was 80 kilometers before, decreased by 15,9 kilometers to 64,1 kilometers with the construction of the new road, it was noted that the travel time, which was 80 minutes, decreased by 39 minutes to 41 minutes. In the statement, it was stated that a total of 199 million TL was saved annually, 137 million TL from time and 336 million TL from fuel oil, and it was stated that carbon emissions were reduced by 27 thousand 756 tons.
THE REGION'S "LITERATURE ROAD"
In the statement, "The tunnels and viaducts on the route of the road can be accessed by poets, writers, writers, thinkers, folk poets Ali Kutlay, Aşık Mahsuni Şerif, Hayati Vasfi Taşyürek, Abdürrahim Karakoç, Bahaettin Karakoç, Cahit Zarifoğlu, Alaeddin Özdenören, Akif İnan, Rasim Özdenören, Erdem. Bayazıt, Nuri Pakdil, Sezai Karakoç and Necip Fazıl Kısakürek are named, so the road is also known as the 'Literary Road'.
Günceleme: 31/05/2022 13:00