Air Conditioning Stop Works Continues in Diyarbakır

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diyarbakirda Klimali stop work continues 2

Diyarbakır Metropolitan Municipality continues to work on air-conditioned and closed stalls initiated by the citizens not to be affected by adverse weather conditions. Within the scope of the study, Sento Street was air conditioned and two closed stops were placed.

Diyarbakır Metropolitan Municipality, which continues its efforts to increase the number of stops on public transportation routes, places air-conditioned and closed stops so that citizens waiting for buses are not affected by the adverse weather conditions in summer and winter. Diyarbakır Metropolitan Municipality, which has previously placed 'Air Conditioned Stop' for citizens in Dicle University, Gazi Yaşargil Training and Research Hospital, Gynecology and Pediatrics Hospital, Galeria AVM front, Mega Center, Office Akkoyunlu Street, continues to change the stops at important points.

Diyarbakir Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Department, located in the city of Baglar Sento Street in the context of the air-conditioned stall work, and the bus station is used extensively by replacing the bus station stopped. Citizens can be protected from cold weather during the winter and hot weather during the summer thanks to air-conditioned stops. The 18 stands at 12 square meters, as well as 24 seating benches, as well as a library for citizens to use while waiting for people with disabilities.

New closed stops are being placed

The Department of Transportation also placed new closed stops on two locations in Kurucesme on Sento Street. Citizens thanked the Metropolitan Municipality for the stops placed in places where there were no stops.

Road line work in progress

Directorate of Transportation, asphalt road and road traffic to ensure the safety of pedestrian and road traffic continues to work. Transportation Department teams, the Organized Industrial Zone (OIZ) road marking with the end of road works began to work. The teams used the road marking tool for a thousand 200 meters long, while the study used thermoplastic paint to make the lines look better.



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