Izmir Metropolitan Municipality continues its works to complete the tunnel and viaduct project that will provide a connection between Buca and Izmir Bus Terminal without entering the city traffic. The tender held for the completion of the construction of 2 viaducts, 2 highway underpasses and 1 overpass, which constitute the first phase of the giant project, has been concluded. The price of the tender, in which 6 companies competed, was 41,2 million TL. happened.
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality continues its works to complete the construction of the viaducts that will connect the bus station with the "longest highway tunnel of Izmir" to be opened between Buca and Bornova. Upon the application of the contractor companies for the liquidation of the work based on the fourth provisional article of the Law No. 4735, titled "Liquidation and Transfer of Contracts", the first tender was held for the completion of the suspended productions as soon as possible. Construction of the Connection Road Between Buca Onat Street and Intercity Bus Terminal and Ring Road Within the scope of the First Stage supply tender, the tender for the completion of the construction of 850 viaducts, 2 underpasses and 2 overpass on the route of 1 meters, Bertoğlu Construction Limited Company won. A contract was signed with the company. Manufacturing works that will start in ten days will be finished in 6 days.
Next is tunnel tender
The Metropolitan Municipality is also preparing to bid for the completion of the unfinished tunnel construction in the new year. The longest tunnel of İzmir will be built within the scope of the second phase of the "Buca-Onat Street, Intercity Bus Terminal and Ring Road Connection Road Project". The deep double-tube tunnel will have a length of 2,5 kilometers and will serve as 2 departures - 2 arrivals total four lanes. The height of the tunnel is 7,5 meters and its width is 10,6 meters.
The bus station will be reached without entering the city traffic
With the tunnel and viaduct project on the 7.1-kilometer route, Çamlık, Mehtap, İsmetpaşa, Ufuk Ferahlı, Ulubatlı, Mehmet Akif, Saygı, Atamer, Çınartepe, Center, Zafer, Birlik, Koşukavak, Çamkule, Meriç, Yeşilova and Karacaoğlan neighborhoods are overtaken by Bornova Kemalpaşa Street. There will be a connection to the Bus Terminal from here. Vehicles passing the longest tunnel of İzmir on Homeros Boulevard and Onat Street will be able to reach the bus station and the ring road without entering the busy traffic of the city. When the giant investment is completed, the urban traffic will be relieved and the Homeros Boulevard in Buca will be connected to the İzmir Bus Terminal in Işıkkent, without entering the city traffic.