Kanal Istanbul's suitors are increasing

The demands of Kanal Istanbul are increasing: The tender process for the Kanal Istanbul project is expected to start in the coming months. Preliminary interviews were made with Chinese, Italian and Russian companies for the project where the Black Sea and Marmara will be connected with an artificial strait.
The tender process will start in the coming months for the Kanal Istanbul Project, which will convert most of Istanbul to the island. The feasibility studies of the project will cost 10 billion dollars completed. The Black Sea and Marmara will be connected by an artificial strait. Last year, the High Planning Council (YPK) decided to start the Channel Istanbul Project countdown begins. In the project announced by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan at the 2011, feasibility preparations are completed and the bidding process is planned to start in the coming months. 10 will cost $ 1 billion and Channel Istanbul is planned to be 25 meters deep and 150 meters wide. Within the scope of construction works calculated as 5.5 billion TL, on the east-west axis between Istanbul Strait and Silivri, it is planned to displace at least 5 highway, highway and railway which will coincide with the project. At least 8 is planned to be built on 11 bridge. In total, the project, which will cost 10 billion dollars, will be contracted piece by piece. Kanal Istanbul will be built in the form of a truncated 'V' letter. The width of the lower section will reach the 100 meter, and the distance between the two ends of the letter V can reach up to 520 meters. The depth of the channel will be 20 meters.
The route will be announced soon
Kanal Istanbul Project will bring great mobility to the real estate market since its route will be announced. The route Istanbul, which Erdoğan described as ler Crazy Project al, has not been announced, but the land prices have made a ceiling in the places where the project is expected to take place. In the project where Küçükçekmece, Başakşehir and Arnavutköy are the 3 alternative regions, the most important reason for choosing this route is that the land near the 80 of the lands on the channel axis belongs to the treasury. Indicating that the location of the project is not clear at the moment, officials said,, The shortest route is the most suitable place. We are trying to determine the route which will be an alternative to the Bosphorus. 1-1,5 will clarify the route in the month. X
'No forest land on the route'
Previously identified as Silivri, Ortaköy, İnceğiz, Gökçeli, Çanakça, Dağyenice, Karacaköy was abandoned from Evcik Dam to the Black Sea, due to the large number of lands to be expropriated. According to the plans, the project will connect the Black Sea and Marmara Sea by passing through Küçükçekmece, Başakşehir and Arnavutköy districts. Küçükçekmece Lake, which is contaminated by this project, will join the channel and Sazlıdere Dam will be disabled. The fact that there is no forest land on the road is shown as another advantage of the route.
Interested in Russian, Chinese and Italians
It was learned that Kanal Istanbul and domestic and foreign companies are closely interested. It was stated that MWH Global and Chinese companies making the Panama Canal were interested in the tender, while TAV's partner CCC closely followed the process. It was learned that some preliminary interviews were held with Russian and Italian companies, and that even a large Russian company could undertake the construction of the channel to solve the sea traffic in Istanbul.
150 ship will pass by day
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called the ğı Crazy Project 'Channel Istanbul made a great sound. Channel Istanbul will consist of two peninsulas and an island. During the construction of the canal, millions of cubic meters of excavation will be excavated. The excavation material will be used in a large port and airport construction, extinguished mines and at the closure point of the canal. The project aims to end the traffic of the Bosphorus. The channel is planned to pass the 150-160 ship from Istanbul.




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