Bursa-Ankara road was opened to traffic

In Bursa, within the scope of the Bursaray Kestel line construction, the Ankara road, which was closed to traffic due to the construction of the station and line, was opened to transportation after the completion of the asphalting works between Esenevler and Otosansit.
With the return of the weather conditions to the seasonal norms in Bursaray Kestel Line, the work was accelerated. While the rough construction of 7 stops on the route has been completed to a great extent, the road arrangement works have reached the final stage in order to eliminate the traffic congestion on the Ankara road.

The problem in the region was eliminated, especially as the traffic was directed to Yiğitler Mahallesi and Otosansit, especially in the direction of Ankara road. After the completion of the Ankara road departure direction of the intersection to be built in Esenevler, the asphalting works were initiated during the inspection tour, which was also attended by Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Recep Altepe.

Within the scope of the works in the direction of traffic in the direction of Ankara Yigitler District and Otosansit reminded that the President Altepe, so as to eliminate traffic congestion in order to eliminate asphalting 3 day, the road promised to open the weekend transportation. Mayor Altepe, who kept his promise to the people of the region, opened the Ankara Road Esenevler-Otosansit transportation after the completion of the works.

Emphasizing that the next parts of the project will be put into service without waiting as they are completed, President Altepe said, “A significant progress has been made in the rail system works that will bring comfortable transportation with the east of the city. Just as we are opening the Ankara road departure direction without waiting for the completion of the project, we will open the other completed sections without losing time. Our goal is to complete all productions by the end of the year and start carrying passengers on this line in the spring of 2013. said.

Source : http://www.zaman.com.tr



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