President Ekrem Yüce, who made statements about the ongoing work in the double road work, which will be an alternative to Arifiye district center transportation, said:
Our project, which will continue along the road from the Terminal Junction just after the Tank Pallet Factory and end at the Railway Overpass Bridge, will have a length of 2 kilometers. Our excavation and filling works continue. Hopefully, we will complete it as soon as possible and put it at the service of our fellow citizens. Best wishes.
Sakarya Metropolitan Mayor Ekrem Yüce made statements regarding the double road work that will be a new entrance to Arifiye. Emphasizing that they will bring an alternative to district center transportation with the project that will have a length of 2 kilometers, Mayor Yüce stated that the teams continue their excavation and filling works. Wishing that the divided road project will be beneficial to Arifiye, President Yüce expressed that they will continue to work for maximum satisfaction in transportation.
We made a double road of 2 kilometers
Chairman Ekrem Yüce, who shared his evaluations on the ongoing works in the region, said, Arifiye has a developing structure with each passing day. Therefore, we started our work to create a new alternative to transportation in our district. Excavation and filling operations continue in the artery, for which a stormwater infrastructure was built. With the double road, which will be 2 kilometers long and 20 meters wide, we will bring double comfort to the transportation of the district center. Best wishes.
Alternative to Arifiye entrances
President Ekrem Yüce, who also included the route information of the new double road in his explanations, concluded his words as follows: Our project, which will continue along the road from the Terminal Junction just behind the Tank Pallet Factory and end at the Railway Overpass Bridge, will also be an alternative to Atatürk Street. We will continue to contribute to the future of transportation in our city with new double road works and to minimize vehicle traffic with new routes.