Nissibi is coming to Adıyaman

Nissibi is coming to Adıyaman: There are few days left for a dream of the Southeastern Anatolia Region to come true. Adiyaman rising Nissib is one of Turkey's Bosphorus and Fatih Sultan Mehmet bridges will line the next largest. The bridge is 100 percent domestic capital made the first big projects and Turkey's first 'tense Cable Stayed Bridge' with that feature. Nissibi will accelerate the socio-economic development in cities such as Adıyaman, Diyarbakır, Mardin, and Şanlıurfa in the region that started to strike with the solution process.
AK Party Group Deputy Chairman and Adıyaman Deputy Ahmet Aydın said that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will inaugurate the 610-meter-long bridge, the last segment of which will be installed in a few weeks. Due to the Atatürk Dam, the construction of which started in 1983 and finished in 1992, the Nissibi Bridge, which provides highway transportation between Adıyaman and Diyarbakır, was flooded along with the old Samsat district and dozens of villages. Although the transportation in the said region was made by ferries, Adıyaman turned into a dead-end with the closure of this road, which is one of the most important transit passages of the East and the West. Road transportation between the two cities was provided via Şanlıurfa. The General Directorate of Highways opened a tender for the construction of a new bridge over the Atatürk Dam Pond for the renewal of the bridge, which is of great importance for the Southeastern Anatolia Region. Tender kazanFor the first time, the Turkish company Gülsan started to work with the 100% domestic project. The foundation of the new Nissibi Bridge, named after the old bridge, was laid on February 26, 2012 by Binali Yıldırım, the former Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications.
Bogazici (1.074 meters) and Fatih Sultan Mehmet (1.090 meters), followed by Turkey, which is the largest bridge's main span of 400 meters Nissibi. With the approach viaducts, the length will be 610 meters. The feet on both sides of the bridge, which will shorten the highway distance between Diyarbakır and Adıyaman by at least 60 kilometers, are 96 meters high.

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