The Osmangazi Bridge
77 Yalova

How to Build Osmangazi Bridge

How Osmangazi Bridge Was Built: The countdown for the opening of Dilovası Osmangazi Bridge continues. Preparations for the opening ceremony to be held on June 30 are about to be completed. 7/24 works are underway on the bridge. Overlooking the entrance of the bridge and Dilovası [more…]

77 Yalova

Two Sides Converged on Izmit Bay Bridge

The assembly of all decks on the Izmit Bay Suspension Bridge was completed, and the two sides of the bay came together. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is expected to attend the ceremony to be held on Thursday, while the 2-meter-long bridge will be completed in May. [more…]

RAILWAYS

Final Retouching on the Bay Bridge

Final Touches on the Bay Bridge: In the construction of the Izmit Bay Bridge, which is the most important crossing point of the Gebze-Orhangazi-Izmir highway project, which will reduce the distance between Istanbul and Izmir to 3.5 hours, the last 14 days that will allow the two sides of the Gulf to unite. [more…]

Billion TL guarantee payment for osmangazi bridge
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Last 340 Meters on Bay Crossing Bridge

There are 340 meters left to the junction of the two sides on the Bay Crossing Bridge. Nearly 750 workers, mostly Turkish workers, coming from different countries of the world, joined the Gulf Crossing Bridge and brought the two sides together. [more…]

06 Ankara

When will Ankara-Sivas high-speed train line open

When will the Ankara-Sivas high-speed train line be opened: Minister of Transport, Binali Yıldırım, announced that they aim to complete the Ankara-Sivas high-speed train line by the end of 2018. One of the most important legs of the Ankara-Sivas high-speed train project has been completed. 5 [more…]

34 Istanbul

Three-tier tunnel project tender soon

The tender for the three-storey tunnel project is coming soon: Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Feridun Bilgin said that the 3-storey tunnel planned to be built in the Bosphorus will be the first in the world with its size and scope. Bilgin project's BOT [more…]

RAILWAYS

5 months left to Izmit Bay Bridge

5 months left to Izmit Bay Bridge: It has been announced that Izmit Bay Bridge, which will reduce the distance between Izmir and Istanbul to 3,5 hours, will be completed in March. The statement came from the Minister of Transport Feridun Bilgin. Transportation, Maritime [more…]

Osmangazi Bridge Project
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Bay Crossing Bridge Illuminated

The lighting of the catwalk, whose assembly was completed on the Izmit Bay Bridge, which is the most important crossing point of the highway project between Istanbul and Izmir, added a new color to the Bay. The highway project that will reduce the distance between Istanbul and Izmir to 3.5 hours. [more…]

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The Opening of the Bay Bridge

The opening of the Gulf Bridge will be delayed: The other temporary road will be lowered on the Gulf Bridge, many metal materials will be made abroad, so the opening of the bridge will be delayed for a while. On Saturday at the IZMIT Bay Crossing Bridge, the temporary [more…]

RAILWAYS

Cables were towed Izmit Bay merged

Cables were pulled, Izmit Bay came together: One of the most important stages of the Izmit Bay Bridge, which is the most important pillar of the Gebze-Orhangazi Izmir Highway Project, which will reduce the Izmir highway journey to 3.5 hours, has passed. Decks where vehicles will pass [more…]

RAILWAYS

The third highway road in Istanbul

The third highway is on the way to Istanbul: Transport Minister Lütfi Elvan announced that a third highway will be built to ease Istanbul. The highway from Sakarya Akyazı will extend from the third bridge up to Tekirdağ Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Lütfi [more…]

GENERAL

Izmit Bay Bridge shifted out

Izmit Bay Bridge 's output has been shifted: Gebze-Orhangazi-Izmir highway to the Izmit Bay crossing the first exit of the suspension bridge, because of the ground shift shifted from the village of Kılıç to Semetler village. Turkey's largest highway project in [more…]