The protocol of the 30-acre Traffic Education Park to be built by the Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality and the GAP Regional Development Administration has been signed.
Mayor of Sanliurfa Metropolitan Municipality Nihat Ciftci, said they have implemented an important project for traffic education.
Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality will make a Traffic Education Park in partnership with the GAP Regional Development Administration within the scope of the 'City Transportation Project'. The protocol of the Traffic Education Park, which will be built on an area of 30 decares in Seyrantepe District, was signed with a ceremony. Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Nihat Çiftçi and GAP Regional Development Administration President Sadrettin Karahocagil signed the protocol.
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Stating that they will build a Traffic Education Park on an area of 30 decares in Seyrantepe Neighbourhood, together with the GAP Regional Development Administration, Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Nihat Çiftçi said, “We are working together with the GAP Regional Development Administration for Şanlıurfa. With the project prepared by our Department of Transportation, the Traffic Training Park, which will be established on an area of 30 thousand square meters, will be transferred to Şanlıurfa. kazanwe are calling. It has been designed in such a way that training of all kinds of traffic rules can be given, consisting of a track of 30 thousand square meters on an area of 10 thousand square meters. We are implementing a project that will be completed in 2018. We are the youngest city in Turkey, we have 670 thousand students and these young people need to learn the traffic rules. While learning these, it takes time for us to learn the traffic rules in the city on the boulevards. In order for us to receive these trainings early, we will prepare the protocol with the training institutions after the project is completed. Our project will provide a very important function in learning traffic rules. Everything is implemented for people and for people in this project.”
GAP Regional Development Administration President Sadrettin Karahocagil wished the project would be beneficial for Şanlıurfa.
Within the scope of the Traffic Training Park project, 30 acres of acres, green areas, experienced traffic instructors will be trained in the 14 acres by using cordless vehicles for primary and kindergarten students. The project will be completed in a short time in which a miniature city with 3 units, open air classrooms, overpass, bus stops, children's playground and a clover junction.