The road works on the route that will connect the highlands of Ordu's Mesudiye and Kabadüz districts are approaching the final. It is aimed that the road constructed with the roller compacted concrete road application, which has a longer life than asphalt, will contribute to tourism.
Ordu Metropolitan Municipality is preparing the city for the future with the works it has started in the field of tourism. The Metropolitan Municipality approached the final in the works on the road that will enable the integration of the Kabadüz district Çambaşı Plateau and Mesudiye district Topçam Mahallesi with an alternative road that has just been built. With the completion of the road, the shortest route will be put into service for those who want to reach Çambaşı Ski Center from Central Anatolia.
DIRECT TRANSPORTATION FROM THE BLACK SEA-MEDITERRANEAN ROAD
The route, which will provide direct access to Çambaşı Plateau via the Black Sea Mediterranean Road, meets with a roller compacted concrete road. When the works are completed, an alternative route will be provided to the road between Altınordu and Çambaşı, which is still accessible with steep ramps and dangerous bends.
25 KM OF ROAD WILL GET A COMFORTABLE BUILDING
25 kilometers of the 5-kilometer-long road had previously met with hot asphalt. The Metropolitan Municipality teams, which started the roller compacted concrete road work on the 20-kilometer route, completed the concrete road works on the 14-kilometer part of the road. It is aimed to complete the remaining 6 kilometers at the end of the season and to provide an alternative route to tourism.