Gulf Transition Bridge Accelerated Works

Studies on the Gulf Crossing Bridge Accelerated: The reconnection of the ropes, known as the pr Cat's way bilinen in the Gulf Transition Bridge, which broke down three months ago and ensured the connection between the two bridge pillars, continues. In the construction of bridges, there is also a feverish work to complete the connection roads.
On the second day of the Gebze-Orhangazi-İzmir Highway Project, the works for the re-assembly of the ropes known as 'Catwalk' (cat lane), which were broken in the Izmit Bay crossing bridge, continue in the second day. 4-08.00 18.00 June Thursday between the hours of 2-682 will be kept off the passage of the ship, the Gulf transition bridge construction due to the deterioration of the work of the ropeway was said to be accelerated. In the construction of the bridge where towing operations continue, a feverish work is carried out to complete the connection roads to the Gulf Transition Bridge. A large part of the connection roads to the point of completion in some parts of the asphalt process continues. About 4 195 252 XNUMX with the world's largest middle aperture in meters long. Bridge, which will be the bridge bridge at the bridge of the bridge on the base of the XNUMX pile with the largest earthquake was made to be resistant to. Bridge towers with a tower height of XNUMX meters and made entirely of steel are built to withstand ship crashes in possible accidents.
When the Gulf Transition Bridge is completed, 65 on the 3 meter of the sea, 3 arrival and 1 will reduce the time to 60 minutes on both sides of the gulf. The steel bridge ropes to connect the two sides of the bay will be fixed to the foundations of the ground below the 6 meter. Approximately 19 billion-dollar investment in the ongoing construction of the bridge is completed, the drivers are expected to be taken as a toll 1.1 dollar-VAT. The work on the Gulf Crossing Bridge, where the works accelerated, is expected to be completed substantially in the summer months.




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