Asphalt is being thrown at Köprülü Junction in Salihli

salihlide koprulu kavsaga asphalt discarding
salihlide koprulu kavsaga asphalt discarding

Hot asphalt works started at Manisa Metropolitan Municipality at the bridge junction on E96 İzmir-Ankara highway. Cengiz Ergün, Mayor of Manisa Metropolitan Municipality, wishes to eliminate the financially damaged and fatal accidents in Salihli, as well as to realize the project they have implemented in order to differentiate between domestic and intercity traffic. also heralded that the upper part of the bridge will be opened soon.

Manisa Metropolitan Municipality in the district of Salihli mortal and financially damaged accidents were initiated at the point where the work began in the Crossroads and Road Application Project asphalt works began. Salihli Mayor Zeki Kayda also examined the studies. President Kayda, who emphasized that a thousand-meter-long overpass on the front of the garage and on the Dörtyol junction will end the transportation of mortal and financially damaged accidents, and gave the good news that the top section of the junctioned bridge will be reached in a short time. Mr. Kayda, thanking Cengiz Ergün, Mayor of Manisa Metropolitan Municipality and his team for the huge investment that was given to Salihli, said: “We will be opening this giant investment which was brought to our Salihli with our Mayor Cengiz Ergün very soon. Approximately 600 thousand vehicles crossing a day, the traffic intensity of the E27 highway and the important connection paths on the bridge with the intersection of both the fatal accidents will end and transport will relax. Salihli'ye be better. Sal

Let Salihli Be Good
Mayor of Manisa Metropolitan Municipality Cengiz Ergun, Salihli, material damaged and fatal accidents, as well as to separate the city and inter-city traffic to realize the life of the project they wish to be better; also heralded that the upper part of the bridge will be opened soon.

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