Which connects Asia and Europe, is a high standard, safe, high quality and uninterrupted transportation investment that will ease the transportation of the Marmara Region, which hosts the largest industrial zones of our country. 4 Lane tunnels of The North Marmara Motorway carry the distinction of being the largest tunnels in the World.

It will have a total distance of 400 kilometers including the connecting roads when completed. In total, 14 viaducts, 37 bridges, 3 tunnels, 19 overpasses, 43 underpasses and 118 culverts in the European part of the North Marmara Motorway ; In Asian part, a total of 16 viaducts, 106 bridges, 5 tunnels, 54 overpasses, 53 underpasses and 481 culverts are built. With the completion of the project; It is aimed to increase service quality and safety in transportation by separating regional traffic which grows and develops around the main transportation arteries in the East-West direction in the Northern Marmara Region created by urbanization and industrialization and intercity and international traffic passing through.

Habipler-Hasdal junction, which is another branch of the Northern Marmara Motorway on the European side, provides a solution by creating an alternative to city traffic together with the connection road. Thus, it connects the Marmara Region to the Aegean and Central Anatolia Regions with a highway network and provides a solution for the transit passage of the Marmara region. Thus, transportation from Istanbul to Bursa takes 1.5 hours and from Istanbul to Izmir in 3.5 hours. It can be reached from Istanbul to Eskişehir in 2.5 hours and from Istanbul to Ankara in 3.5 hours.

The motorway which will contribute to the developing industrial investments of the Marmara Region will pave the way for new investments in this region with Istanbul Airport connections, Osmangazi Bridge Gulf connection and Karasu intersections.

Our motorway route between Tekirdağ and Sakarya which connects with Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and Istanbul Airport connection roads will significantly reduce the traffic load in the existing transportation networks and especially the Bosphorus crossings. Economic losses such as increased fuel consumption, vehicle maintenance and repair costs, noise caused by traffic density, environmental pollution and emission emissions will be minimized.