Haliç Bridge on the Golden Horn.
|Carries||9 lanes of the O-1 motorway|
|Locale||Ayvansaray–Halıcıoğlu, Istanbul, Turkey|
|Official name||Haliç Köprüsü|
|Other name(s)||Halic Bridge|
Golden Horn Bridge
|Owner||Metropolitan Municipality of Istanbul|
|Total length||995 m (3,264 ft)|
|Width||32 m (105 ft)|
|Height||22 m (72 ft)|
|Engineering design by||IHI Corporation|
Julius Berger-Bauboag AG
|Opened||10 September 1974|
Haliç Bridge (Turkish: Haliç Köprüsü, "Golden Horn Bridge") is a highway bridge on the Golden Horn (Turkish: Haliç) in Istanbul, Turkey. It connects the neighborhoods of Ayvansaray in the southwest and Halıcıoğlu in the northwest. The bridge carries the O-1 motorway, also known as the Istanbul Inner Beltway.
It was constructed between 1971 and 1974, and entered service on 10 September 1974. The engineering firms which undertook the construction works were IHI Corporation of Japan and Julius Berger-Bauboag AG of Germany.
The bridge has a length of 995 m (3,264 ft), a width of 32 m (105 ft), and a height of 22 m (72 ft) above sea level.
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