Investigating the Elmalı Bus Terminal Project, which was completed by the Antalya Metropolitan Municipality, Metropolitan Municipality Deputy Secretary General Durmuş Ali Arslan said that the new bus station will be put into service as soon as possible in line with the instructions of the Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Muhittin Böcek. The new bus terminal, which has been brought to Elmalı by the Antalya Metropolitan Municipality, is counting the days for the opening.
Metropolitan Municipality Deputy Secretary General Durmuş Ali Arslan paid a visit to Elmalı Bus Terminal area. During the visit, Arslan was accompanied by Metropolitan Municipality Resource Development and Participations Department Head Osman Yılmaz, District Services Department Head İlknur Aygün and contractor company officials.
WORKS ARE CONTINUING
Deputy Secretary General Arslan, who obtained detailed information from the contractor company officials by making examinations in the new bus terminal area built on an area of 10 thousand square meters, stated that the works are continuing to put the facility into service in the best and most efficient way. Arslan said that they came together with the contractor company officials in order to prepare the new Elmalı Bus Terminal for the opening in the best way with the instructions of the Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Muhittin Böcek and said, “As the Metropolitan Municipality, we have made another important investment in Elmalı”.
WILL BE OPENED IN A SHORT TIME
Arslan, who said that the facility will provide more comfortable facilities in terms of transportation to Elmalı, will be a large living space that can contribute to the district economy with its shops, sales departments and restaurant areas, said, “At the same time, the units of ATASEM and ASAT and the units of our district municipality will serve our people. The operation of our facility will be carried out by our Resource Development and Affiliates Department. "We will open our facility to service as soon as possible with transportation and commercial companies taking their places."