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Large-scale transportation infrastructure investments have a direct impact on the socio-economic circumstances of their very locations. Such investments trigger significant regional developments like increase in accessibility and business volume or decrease in costs, as well as direct positive effects on individuals like employment or time and money saving. Improved access to the region, affordability of economic and social activities with new transportation networks accelerate the production, tourism and labour force, and notably the market size. Additionally, the competitive market of the region gets stronger with a healthier market economy.

The latest transportation infrastructure investments of Marmara and Aegean regions would definitely provide many advantages as well. Thanks to these projects, all parameters of real estate, tourism, trade, transportation, or education will be redefined with a new synergy.

Surely, these large-scale public investments will have a direct impact upon the Turkish real estate industry. Huge projects of the Northern Marmara Motorway, the 3rd Bosphorus Bridge, the 3rd Airport, Marmaray, Canal Istanbul, Eurasia Tunnel, Izmit Bay Crossing and Dardanelles Strait Bridge will enhance the internal dynamism and regional development of Istanbul.

Although the Northern Marmara Motorway, the 3rd Bosphorus Bridge and the 3rd Airport are located within the provincial borders of Istanbul, the projects will affect the whole Marmara region due to its scope and scale. Designed as the largest airport in the world, the 3rd airport will be connected to a high-speed rail line as well. Thus, the transportation from Taksim Square to the airport will only take 15 minutes. With an annual capacity of 150 million passengers and connections with the Northern Marmara Motorway and the 3rd Bosphorus Bridge, the airport will serve for Anatolia as well.

Designed to ease the local transportation of Istanbul and planned to be completed soon, the Eurasia Tunnel is expected to enhance the interaction between Asian and European sides. With the tunnel and the 3rd bridge, there will be 4 different alternative routes between two continents. The Eurasia Tunnel will be operated for alleviating the local traffic load, while the 3rd bridge and the Northern Marmara Motorway will serve for loaded vehicles. Thus, substantial fuel and time savings will be enabled through the separated traffic flow. 

According to the announced plans, a new bridge will also connect Asia and Europe over the Dardanelles Strait in Çanakkale and a highway linking Tekirdag, Çanakkale and Balikesir provinces which will be further connected to the Southern Marmara Highway. Thus, a continuous highway network will be created around Marmara region, offering an alternative route between Europe and Asia.

These large-scale investments concerning Istanbul and surrounding provinces and other related infrastructure projects will accelerate the development of the Marmara region while triggering economic growth, new real estate developments, and interaction between different industries.

With all investments are located around productive industrial and agricultural zones, the infrastructure projects will increase the overall production capacity and revenues. They will further have an impact on employment, qualified workforce, and even information technologies around the Marmara region, the main driver of national economy.

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