Work is underway for the Central Anatolian Motorway, which is designed to reduce the traffic density between Istanbul and Ankara. The highway, which will start from Sakarya’s Akyazı district, is expected to cost 1 billion euros. While viaduct works continue within the scope of the project, Akyazı Mayor Bilal Soykan informed that 18 kilometers of the 38-kilometer section within the district borders have been completed.
A second road is coming from Istanbul to the capital Ankara.
Work is underway for the Central Anatolia Motorway. The project will be built between Akyazı district of Sakarya and Ankara. The highway is expected to cost 1 billion euros.
The project is planned to be 276 kilometers long, 225 kilometers of which will be main roads and 51 kilometers will be connection roads, and will consist of 3 lanes each.
The road will start from Akyazı and pass through Mudurnu, Nallıhan, Beypazarı and Ayaş before reaching the capital.
In this context, 18 kilometers of the 38-kilometer road within the borders of Akyazı district in the Central Anatolian Highway project has been completed, while the ongoing viaduct works were viewed from the air.
Akyazı Mayor Bilal Soykan, who stated that a part of the road within the district borders has been completed, informed that 18 kilometers of the 38-kilometer section within the district borders have been completed. Mayor Soykan said that work continues on the remaining 20 kilometers. Soykan believes that the project will add a new mobility to the district.