Sector: Infrastructure (Motorways)
Client: ÇANAKKALE OTOYOL VE KÖPRÜSÜ İNŞAAT YATIRIM VE İŞLETME A.Ş
Ultimate Client: General Directorate of Highways – KGM)
O&M Subcontract signed: 28th November 2018
Start of O&M: 1st January 2022
End of O&M: 31st May 2034
The 1915 Çanakkale Bridge is designed and being constructed as 4,608 meters long in total; including 2,023 meters of mid-span, 770 meters of side spans, 365 and 680 meters of approach viaducts.
When completed, the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge will be the longest mid-span suspension bridge in the world with its mid-span of 2,023 meters and it will also have the reputation of being the world's highest tower suspension bridge with a height of 334 meters. In addition, a 45.06 meters-wide twin box girder deck system will be applied to the bridge.
1915 Çanakkale Bridge and Motorway Project comprises of the 88 km-long motorway, including the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge (5 km approximately), and 13 km-long access roads stretching between Malkara district of Tekirdağ and Lapseki district of Çanakkale
Besides the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge, the project also includes the construction of 2 approach viaducts, 4 viaducts, 55 bridges and overpasses (including 1 ecological overpass), 40 underpasses, 238 culverts of various sizes, 12 junctions (including those on the state road), 4 motorway service areas, 2 operation and maintenance centers, and 7 toll plazas.
The Project constitutes a segment of the 324-km-long Kınalı-Tekirdağ-Çanakkale-Savaştepe Motorway Project.
The Project route passes by the southern tip of the Malkara settlement and the western border of Şarköy then turns towards the southwest and reaches the Gallipoli Peninsula via the eastern part of Evreşe. Passing through the northern end of Gallipoli, the motorway reaches the region of Umurbey on the Asian shore via the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge located between Sütlüce Village in Europe and Lapseki in Asia.
Levent Mahallesi Cömert
Sokak No: 1,
Yapi Kredi Plaza C Block
No: 40-41, Floor: 17
Levent, 34330 Beşiktaş, Istanbul, Türkiye