Artillery Brigade Road will relax city traffic

The Artillery Brigade Road will relieve the urban traffic: The construction work of the 57th Artillery Brigade Road, which will connect Captain İbrahim Hakkı Street to Manisa Road, continues rapidly in cooperation with the Metropolitan Municipality and Bornova Municipality.
Bornova Mayor Olgun Atila examined the works, most of which were completed, together with the Deputy Secretary General of the Metropolitan Municipality, Buğra Gökçe. Mayor Olgun Atila said that with the completion of the road, it will be easier for the vehicles coming from Manisa to pass to Bornova Center. Bayraklı Captain İbrahim Hakkı Street, which was opened for uninterrupted transportation between Smyrna Square and Bornova Ring Road Junction, is now extended to Manisa Road. Most of the road has been opened. After the expropriation, all will be opened. This connection will not only relieve the traffic of Bornova, but also Izmir. '
Izmir to relax traffic
A total of 528 meters of Artillery Brigade Road, which is planned to be opened from the intersection of 467 Street and 680 Street to the front of Malazgirt Primary School, Bayraklı It will connect Yuzbasi Ibrahim Hakkı Caddesi, which plays an important role in urban transportation as an uninterrupted boulevard starting from Smyrna Square to the Bornova Crossroad Junction, to Istanbul Caddesi (Manisa Road). Thus, vehicles will be able to enter the center of Bornova, the ring roads, and the heavy traffic at the university and hospital intersections.
Tugay has been completed
Within the scope of this important work, Bornova Municipality built a new retaining wall of 1100 meters in the interior instead of the demolished garden wall in accordance with the agreement made with the Ministry of National Defense. The remaining 190 meters will be completed after the expropriation. Again, within the scope of the same work, Bornova Municipality built 57 guardhouse, 1 warehouses and 2 guard boxes for the 2th Artillery Brigade.

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