The Kanal Istanbul route, announced in 2011 and known as the “crazy project” to the public, is curious by citizens. Here is the Canal Istanbul route…
The route of the Kanal Istanbul Project, announced by a press conference by the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications of the period, was announced in January. So where is Kanal Istanbul route? Here are all the details…
On January 15, 2018, the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Ahmet Arslan, at a press conference, announced the details and the route of the Canal Istanbul project, which was announced by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in 2011, known as the “crazy project”. The speech of Minister Aslan regarding the route of the project, which he uses the expression “The biggest project of our country” is as follows;
THAT'S THE CHANNEL ISTANBUL
Küçükçekmece- Sazlıdere- Durusu road, which we consider as the fourth alternative as a result of the studies in 5 routes. Our route is 45 kilometers. Its location relative to the 3rd airport was determined as the entrance from Küçükçekmece. Apart from the 125 kilometers we have completed, we connect from Kınalı to Tem on the European side, we connect to Akyazı on the Anatolian Side. Again, passing through Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, it will be on the high-speed train line. In the far south, there will be the D100 Highway route. We aim to pass 3 passages on the Marmara side under the Küçükçekmece Lake, as in Marmaray, with a sinking tube. There will be no transits requiring a viaduct since we do a splitting from Kanal Istanbul.
Five alternatives were studied. The alternative, which provides the most advantageous position, has been decided as of today. Our work on the corridor of Küçükçekmece-Sazlıdere and Durusu will continue. With the Build-Operate-State, we will finish the tender processes and hit the first excavation.
ALL DETAILS ABOUT KANAL ISTANBUL ROUTE
The Canal Istanbul route starts from the isthmus that separates the Sea of Marmara from Küçükçekmece Lake. Kanal Istanbul, which will pass through the Altınşehir and Şahintepe neighborhoods and continue along the Sazlıdere Dam Basin, will reach the Black Sea from the east of Terkos Lake near the Terkos and Durusu neighborhoods. The project area is within the boundaries of Arnavutköy (28,6 km) Küçükçekmece (7 km), Başakşehir (6,5 km) and Avcılar (3,1 km).
Source : I www.haberturk.co
Günceleme: 24/12/2018 16:07