Eskişehir Sarıcakaya Road Will Be Opened in 2023

Eskisehir Saricakaya Road to Be Opened in the Year
Eskişehir Sarıcakaya Road Will Be Opened in 2023

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Karaismailoğlu stated that they will complete the Eskişehir-Sarıcakaya project in 2023 and put it into service, and that when the road construction is completed, a total of 21,5 million liras will be saved annually.

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu visited the Eskişehir-Sarıcakaya road construction site; received information about the project. Karaismailoğlu, who made a statement afterwards, said that Turkey did not come easily to these days. Karaismailoğlu said, “We have less than a year left to determine what the path we will choose for the future will be,” and continued his speech as follows:

"On the one hand, the AK Party and the People's Alliance, which made our country experience the brightest, strongest and brightest period in the history of the Republic with their historical investment, development and prosperity achievements, and on the other hand, foreign militias and putschists, who adopted the politics of lies as a way of life, for their personal interests. members of the opposition eager to keep business. Our country; Until 2002, it was a country where investment was ignored and the welfare of its nation was not considered. The economic crisis has become ordinary, kazanmoments have always been others, not our nation. However, with the AK Party government, Turkey; From employment to investment, from export to production, from foreign investment to tourism, it managed to break records in every field. Now we are breaking records in exports, we can send two communication satellites to space within a year, and we are on the way to become one of the 10 countries that develop their own satellites with domestic and national resources. Our country's reputation is in a stronger position than it has ever been. In terms of transportation and infrastructure, Turkey has witnessed an unprecedented development move in the history of the Republic.”


Pointing out that the principle of 'do not stop, keep going' prevails in the AK Party government and investment understanding, Karaismailoğlu said that for this reason, the targets for 2053 have already been determined. Emphasizing that Eskişehir has received and will continue to receive the share it deserves from this huge investment and service understanding throughout the country, Karaismailoğlu said, “We have spent more than 2022 billion 18 million liras for Eskişehir's transportation and communication investments, at 53 prices. While there were only 2003 kilometers of divided roads in Eskişehir in 90, we made 227 kilometers of divided highways and increased our divided highway length to 317 kilometers. We connected Eskişehir to Ankara, Bolu, Bilecik, Kütahya and Konya by divided roads. We also increased the length of the hot bituminous paved highway in the province from 92 kilometers to 320 kilometers. During our governments, we built and repaired a single road of 240 kilometers in Eskişehir. We have completed and put into service 3 bridges with a total length of 625 thousand 54 meters. We made an investment of 5 billion 67 million liras for Eskişehir's highway investments during the term of our governments. The total project cost of 7 different highway investments continuing throughout the province reaches 1 billion 422 million.


Stating that they are all together in the project, which is one of the 7 separate highway investments in Eskişehir, Karaismailoğlu reminded that 42 kilometers of the Eskişehir-Sarıcakaya road, which is 5 kilometers long, was completed and put into service as a divided road in previous years. Noting that the tender for the remaining 37 kilometers has been completed, Minister of Transport Karaismailoğlu said, “We have completed the land and art structures in the road construction work last year. This year, we will also construct a 4,5-kilometer-long bituminous hot-coated divided road. In addition, we aim to build a single road of 5,5 kilometers. We will complete this road project in 2023 and put it at the disposal of our people. When the construction of this road is completed; We will save 17,5 million liras annually, 4 million liras from time and 21,5 million liras from fuel. In this way, annual carbon emissions will be reduced by 863 tons.”

Noting that the construction of Eskişehir-Alpu-Mihalıççık Road and Eskişehir-Sakarlıca-Mihalgazi Road are continuing rapidly, Karaismailoğlu said, “In addition to this; We will complete the BSK repairs of Sivrihisar-Eskişehir-Bozüyük Road, Sivrihisar-Emirdağ Junction-Afyon Road and Ankara-Eskişehir junction-Mahmudiye- Çifteler Road. Along with the roads, our connection roads and bridge repairs are also continuing. We protect our history, our culture and the heritage of our ancestors. We are restoring the historical Akköprü, Dağkaya, Akbaş, Konarlp, Kavuncu, Karabekir and Göynük culvert bridges. Along with the Topalyayla Bridge on the Günyüz-Çeltik-Yunak provincial road at the Sivrihisar-Polatlı junction, the construction of the connection roads continues," he said.


“We have no time for daily vicious circles and polemics. Our time, our energy, our mind and our thoughts are only with our nation. It is in the planning and construction of the services we will offer him,” said Karaismailoğlu, adding that a strong and great Turkey is possible with this sweat of his forehead and mind.

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