Manisa's Traffic will be Relaxed with Intelligent Intersections

Cengiz Ergün, Mayor of Manisa Metropolitan Municipality, has been briefed about the implementation of the smart junction in the city center.

Manisa Metropolitan Municipality, while continuing to work to relieve the flow of traffic in the city center, Manisa Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Cengiz Ergun, Manisa Metropolitan Municipality Department of Transportation with the briefing at the Fatih Junction Junction project began to learn about the smart junction project. Briefing Department of Transportation Head Mümin Deniz, Head of IT Department Metin Memiş, Head of Municipal Police Department Aydoğan İra and company officials were present. In his speech before the briefing, Mümin Deniz, Head of Transportation Department said, bulunan We established our smart junction systems at the junction where we completed the infrastructure of Gediz Junction, Kanuni Köprülü Intersection, Fatih Köprülü Intersection, Lale Junction in Laleli and State Hospital in Manisa Center. In our traffic control center, these intelligent junction systems are required to be monitored and controlled with image, computer hardware, counting and planning. It is also a system that requires programmatic intervention. We started to implement this system at intersections larda.

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Cengiz Ergün, Mayor of Manisa Metropolitan Municipality, stated that they continue to work to relieve the traffic flow in Manisa after the presentation and said, gün We have recently opened the Bahceli Köprülü Junction, which has created a solution to the urban traffic problem. In addition, we continue our intersection projects at Fatih, Kanuni, Devlet Hastanesi and Gediz Crossroads, where the citizens are heavily used and have a certain amount of time during the day. We will start to implement the smart junction project we started at Fatih Köprülü Junction on Monday at the State Hospital Junction. We will continue to work on the traffic congestion of Manisa. Man

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