Ended at Salihli Bülent Ecevit Junction

Salihli Bulent Ecevit Junction
Salihli Bulent Ecevit Junction

📩 20/11/2021 00:02

The Salihli Junction, called the road of death by the people of Salihli, was approached to an end in the intersection project initiated by the Manisa Metropolitan Municipality. Stage stage 1 in the studies organized. With the opening of the stage to the vehicle traffic, the works on the side road connections are progressing at full speed.

The works initiated by the Manisa Metropolitan Municipality at the junction called the 'crossroads of death' by the people of Salihli have come to an end. Within the scope of the project called Bülent Ecevit Köprülü Junction in Manisa Metropolitan Municipality Council, after the completion of the 800-meter-long bridge, a total of 26 thousand 600 square meters of hot asphalt, lighting poles and guardrails on both directions on the bridge, the 1st stage of the İzmir-Ankara highway was opened to vehicle traffic and Salihli Contributed to the relief of 's vehicle traffic. Manisa Metropolitan Municipality Deputy Secretary General Ali Öztozlu and Head of Road Construction and Repair Department Kurtuluş Kuruçay examined the ongoing works by Manisa Metropolitan Municipality on 23 thousand square meters of side road connections and received information about the latest situation from the contractor company representative.

To be completed in a short time

Deputy Secretary General Ali Öztozlu stated that they will complete the work in the shortest time and underlined that the viaducts under the vehicle traffic are being considered as parking lots and that they will also respond to Salihli's parking need with the project. Side road connections and the work in the parking area to be completed as soon as possible, indicating that they aim to be used as a parking space, especially in the Salihli'nin lighten the load on the parking lot, he said. Ali Öztozlu wished that the work done would be beneficial to the people of Salihli.

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