With the opening of the ring road in Ordu, Altınordu Intercity Bus Terminal, which was started to be built by the Metropolitan Municipality in order to relieve intercity and urban traffic, counts the days for the opening.
The terminal, which was implemented by Ordu Metropolitan Municipality on an area of 22.000 square meters on the Eskipazar Site, right next to the ring road, will be put into service on Tuesday, December 1, 2020. The old bus station, which serves in a limited area and is in the middle of the city, continues to be relocated.
SIGNIFICANTLY RELAXING THE TRAFFIC LOAD
The terminal, which will significantly relieve the traffic load of Altınordu district; It consists of 26 platforms, 9 midibus parking areas, 98 parking areas for district and village minibuses, 11-vehicle commercial taxi park, 50-vehicle guest car park and 20 company rooms in the terminal building. Altınordu Intercity Bus Terminal, built with new and modern technology, is a self-sufficient building, generating an estimated 322 KW of electricity annually with high-standard solar panels placed on its ceiling. At the same time, the connection roads of the terminal, which will be opened for use with its modern structure, have been made comfortable.