State road D750 (Turkey)

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D.750
Route information
Part of
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 are in Bolu and Ankara provinces. Connections to are in Konya, Adana and Mersin provinces and connection to 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 Ring road.
  3. ^ To east (Niğde)
  4. ^ To west (Konya)
  5. ^ Page of General Directorate of Highways (Turkey)