D-100 Highway could be closed to traffic in the directions of Istanbul and Ankara due to possible flood at the West Köprülü Junction in Kocaeli Dilovası district during heavy rains. Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality ISU General Directorate teams, which started to work on the infrastructure with horizontal boring in order to eliminate this situation, completed 95 meters of the 63 meters of horizontal drilling.
95 METER SECOND HORIZONTAL DRILLING
Within the scope of the infrastructure work, ISU teams completed the horizontal drilling in the accession branch of the intersection, which was used to return to Dilovası city center, and the second horizontal drilling of 95 meters on the south leg of the Western Junction is feverishly working. 95 meters of the 63-meter horizontal drilling has been completed. The teams are producing a total of 310 meters of rainwater line from the part where the flood may be experienced to Dil Creek, where the water will be discharged. ISU teams had previously manufactured the infrastructure line crossing the D-100 Highway from north to south. In addition, an evacuation line was laid to Dil Creek from the junction branch where the first drilling was made.
THE LINE WILL DRAIN THE RAIN WATER TO THE LANGUAGE
The horizontally bored stormwater line to be built within the project will prevent floods that may occur in the bridge crossroad area in excessive rainfall. Rain water coming under the bridge with the line to be built will discharge into Dil Creek.
D-100 CLOSED TO TRAFFIC DURING INTENSIVE RAIN
In Kocaeli, especially in the spring months, floods can occur in certain parts of the city. Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality, which wants to put an end to such situations, will carry out horizontal drilling and rainwater line manufacturing at the Batı Köprülü Junction in the D-100 Highway Dilovası district. With the work done, floods that occur during rainfall will be prevented and the traffic of the D-100 Highway in the Istanbul and Ankara directions will continue without a hitch.
Günceleme: 29/01/2021 17:53