President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that they named the tunnels opened on the road between Kahramanmaraş and Göksun, as well as the names of Seven Beautiful Men, as well as other beautiful poet-writers, and said that they named this road as the Literary Path.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan officially opened the road between Kahramanmaraş and Göksun. Noting that the poets and writers of Kahramanmaraş gave their names to the tunnels and viaducts built on the road with a total length of 64 km, President Erdoğan stated that they named the road Literature Road.
We Named The Literary Path
Speaking at the opening ceremony, President Erdoğan said: “As Master Necip Fazıl said, we work like ants to leave giant artifacts. We named 11 double-tube tunnels, 2 viaducts, 3 intersections and 6 crossroads with 4.671 bridges on this road, which is important for our Southeastern Anatolia-Central Anatolia and Black Sea region, after our poets and writers who grew up in Kahramanmaraş. Ali Kutluay, Erdem Beyazıt, Akif İnan, Rasim Özdenören, Alaaddin Özdenören, Abdurrahim Karakoç, Bahaeddin Karakoç, Sezai Karakoç, Aşık Mahsuni Şerif, Hayati Qualification Taşyürek, Cahit Zarifoğlu, Nuri Pakdil and Necip Fazıl Kısakürek, we gave the names of our masters here. We named this road, named after so many literary figures, the Literary Path. Our young people will be inspired as they take this route. A total of 80 billion TL was spent on this road, which joins our Kayseri-Kahramanmaraş-Gaziantep state road. Our journey, which previously took 41 minutes, has now decreased to 75 minutes. In addition to all these, with the construction of this road, we will save 55 million TL annually, 130 million TL from time and XNUMX million TL from fuel ”.