State road D750 (Turkey)

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D.750
Route information
Length: 722 km (449 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Zonguldak
South end: Tarsus
Highway system
View of the volcano Hasandağı from the D750 state road, south of Aksaray.
Turkish state road D 750 at Konya junction. Toros Mountains in the background

D.750 is a north to south state road in Turkey. It starts at Zonguldak at the Black sea coast and ends at the junction of D.400 near Tarsus in the Mediterranean Region. It crosses many state roads (like D.100, D.715, D.300, D.330 and D.805).[1]

Itinerary[edit]

Province Location Distance from
Zonguldak
(km)
Distance from
Zonguldak
(mile)
Distance from
Tarsus (D400)
(km)
Distance from
Tarsus (D400)
(mile)
Zonguldak
Zonguldak 0 0 722 449
Devrek 45 28 677 421
Bolu
Mengen 102 63 620 385
D100 122 76 600 373
Gerede[2] 133 83 589 366
Ankara
Kızılcahamam [2] 195 121 527 327
Ankara (D140) 272 169 450 280
Konya D715 371 231 351 218
Ankara Şereflikoçhisar 418 260 304 189
Aksaray Aksaray[2] (D300) 496 308 226 140
Konya
D330 (north)[3] 565 351 157 98
D330 (south)[4] 587 365 135 84
Niğde
Ulukışla 602 374 120 75
D805 607 377 115 71
Adana Pozantı 645 401 77 48
Mersin Tarsus (D400) 722 449 0 0

Connections to motorways[edit]

There are a number of connections to motorways of Turkey [5] . Connections to O-4 are in Bolu and Ankara provinces. Connections to O-21 are in Konya, Adana and Mersin provinces and connection to O-51 is in Mersin province.

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ Vatan Türkiye Turizm Atlası, Boyut Yayıncılık, İstanbul, 2009 ISBN 978-975-23-0634-9
  2. ^ a b c Actually the ring road.
  3. ^ To east (Niğde)
  4. ^ To west (Konya)
  5. ^ Page of General Directorate of Highways (Turkey)