In Bursa, roads that have not been maintained for years due to the traffic density have reached comfort thanks to the curfews. With the works carried out only on curfews, the 28-kilometer route has been renewed from the beginning by pouring approximately 80 thousand tons of asphalt.
In order to prevent the spread of the corona virus epidemic, the Metropolitan Municipality, which has made an intense effort in the provision of hot food, provisions and market needs, has brought life to the main streets that have not been maintained for years by turning the epidemic into an opportunity. The Metropolitan Municipality, which turned the curfews imposed by the Ministry of Interior on the weekends as of April 30 in provinces covering 11 metropolitan cities and Zonguldak, into a historical opportunity, and asphalt paving works initiated in all main arteries where it is not possible to intervene due to traffic load in normal times, also on eve and feast days. he continued. In the last 6 weeks, Mudanya road, T1, T3 tram lines, Setbaşı, Yeşil, Namazgah, İpekcılık and Gökdere - The roads that have not been maintained between the novices have been renewed from the beginning. The route of the Ankara road, whose arrival direction has been renewed between Merinos and Gökdere last weekend, has also been made befitting Bursa with the works going on during the holiday. The night of the eve was renewed by the teams that landed in the first minutes of the ban. With the works carried out only on curfews, the 28-kilometer route has been renewed from the beginning by pouring approximately 80 thousand tons of asphalt.
It was worth our effort
Evaluating the pandemic process that started in the second week of March in terms of municipal services, Bursa Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Alinur Aktaş said that they gave a good exam both in terms of social services and routine municipality. Mayor Aktaş, who stated that they, as metropolitan, attach great importance to social aid issues to the disadvantaged and disadvantaged citizens in order to prevent the spread of the epidemic, said: “However, life continues at full speed despite all measures taken in terms of health. For this reason, we have evaluated the curfews applied especially on weekends very well and renewed the main arteries that could not be intervened for years. In this process, we completed the works that would normally take months, day and night, in a short time. Our teams worked hard, but it was worth our effort. I would like to thank all my teammates working devotedly in this process. ”