Minister of Transport visited Arslan Avrasyol Construction Site

Minister of Transport Arslan visited the Avrasyol Construction Site: The works for the launch of the Avrasyol project, which will connect the Asian and European continents for the first time through a highway tunnel that runs under the sea floor, continue for a period of time before the 7 day 24 clock continues. On the other hand, the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ahmet Arslan visited the Avrasyol site today (9 June 2016 Thursday) and made observations. Mr. ATAŞ's Chairman, Başar Arıoğlu, who came to Arslan, ATAŞ CEO Seok Jae Seo and ATAŞ Executive Vice President Mustafa Tanrıverdi gave information about the ongoing works. Başar Arıoğlu, Chairman of the Board of Directors of ATAŞ, stated that Minister Arslan was one of the signatories of the Avrasyol Project and presented the photograph to the Minister when he was signed at that time.
Arslan entered the Bosphorus Crossing, which was completed with Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), which was developed specifically for the project, on the Asian side. Arslan and the members of the press followed a period of time in Avrasyol and examined the seismic seals which increased the resistance of the project to earthquake. Minister Arslan, the sea surface of the tunnel at the deepest point of the 106 meter under the press members of the press and took pictures with the project staff.
Minister Arslan, Avrasyol's European exit point on the last tabliye made statements to members of the press. Minister Arslan, '' the Eurasian Tunnel is a project with records. Eurasia Tunnel; He is the brother of Marmaray who came to Istanbul not to be a burden to the Historic Peninsula but to take the burden. And it is Eurasia that has received awards around the world. 'Nobel' tunneling, Oscar'i say, say, received the most prestigious awards. It was a project that could contribute to environmentalism and also received awards in this field. Çevre
In his speech Minister Arslan shared the details of the project and continued:
“This record project ensures that the traffic on the Historic Peninsula in Istanbul passes under the sea to the Anatolian side without further tiring Istanbul. It also allows you to switch to the European side in 15 minutes without using bridges from the Anatolian side. We reached 82 percent in construction in the Eurasia Tunnel. Our goal is to complete the Eurasia Tunnel in December and present it to the service of Istanbul. We expect 120 thousand vehicles to pass through the Eurasia Tunnel and approximately 40 million vehicles per year. With the conveniences of this project, Istanbulites will prefer the Eurasia Tunnel and we will pass the 120 thousand figure within 1-2 years and increase the numbers above it. The Eurasia Tunnel will continue to serve without the slightest damage, even in the largest earthquake, which is thought to happen every 2.500 years. ”

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