The opening day of Inonu Boulevard, which is closed to traffic for 103 days, has been announced due to the work of the Red Crescent-Çayyolu metro.

The opening date of the İnönü Boulevard, which was closed to traffic due to the construction of the subway in the capital and which has been the subject of a long time 'opening up', has been announced.

Speaking to Ankara Hürriyet, Minister of Transportation, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Binali Yıldırım said, konuşan We will open the boulevard earlier than the designated date. It opens on Tuesday next week. Ön

Expected day 9 October

25, which is planned to be closed to traffic in June, was closed in June due to the death of a person. The 22-meter section of İnönü Boulevard, Necatibey Avenue and the General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works (DSİ) was closed to traffic. As of today, 300 is closed to vehicle traffic for the day, the Minister Yildirim, 103 will be opened to traffic again on Tuesday October.

Alternative routes

Due to the work in Kızılay-Çayyolu subway, the capitalists had to use alternative routes for the last four months. Especially in the morning and evening, there was a heavy traffic in Merasim Street. The vehicles coming from the Red Crescent direction entered the Necatibey Street from the Inönü Boulevard, while the vehicles leading to the Kızılay direction used the Merasim Street opposite the General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works.

Source: Hürriyet

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