Bursa Metropolitan Municipality, which has transformed the curfews into opportunities in Bursa and has made approximately 30 thousand tons of hot asphalt pavement in the last two weeks, also makes approximately 1 thousand tons of asphalt coating in the ban period covering 2-3-13 May. After the asphalt paving works in T1, T3 tram lines, Mudanya road, Setbaşı, Yeşil and Gökdere in the past weeks, the asphalt between Merinos and Acemler is renewed from the beginning approximately 20 years later.
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, supplies and market needs, especially for the citizens affected by the epidemic, gives 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 of the Ministry of Internal Affairs covering 30 Metropolitan and Zonguldak into a historical opportunity, has covered approximately 1 thousand tons of asphalt pavement in T3, T30 tram lines, Setbaşı, Yeşil and Gökdere, especially in Mudanya road in the last two weeks. had done the work.
Merinos - Refreshing Between Novices
This weekend, which took 3 days of curfew with the Labor Day, the Metropolitan Municipality teams took to the roads from the first hours of the ban. Within the scope of the works, while the last metro line was being built, Merinos, which was asphalt covered approximately 20 years ago, is renewed from scratch. In addition, hot asphalt paving works are still continuing between the 11 Eylül Boulevard Samanlı Köprülü and Vakıf intersections. While milling works are being carried out on Gökdere Ali Ferruh Yücel Avenue, on the other hand, asphalt coating works are also continuing. In addition, asphalt pavements are being reorganized on Setbaşı and Yeşil Streets, which were completed last week.
We evaluate the bans
Metropolitan Mayor Alinur Aktaş examined the asphalt paving works ongoing between Merinos Acemler and Setbaşı and Gökdere. Expressing that they have been through the curfews as Metropolitan Municipality, Mayor Aktaş said, “In the latest rail system works, Merinos was made between the novices. Now, 20 years later, we had the opportunity to renew the asphalt. Our teams have been working intensively from the first moment that the restriction started. Among the 2,5 km long Merinos novices, which is the most used main axis of Bursa, the digging process on the road related to round trip has been completed and asphalt coating continues. Protective layers are also laid on asphalt to make the road much longer. I would like to thank all my friends who have worked diligently despite Ramadan and the heat. As the Metropolitan Municipality, we tried to make full use of the curfew restrictions and prohibition practices over the weekend. This week, we will be presenting approximately 1 thousand tons of asphalt to our Bursa residents on 2-3-13 May ”.