A total of 3 thousand 177 m by the Metropolitan Municipality of Ordu, right next to the ring road2Work continues on the construction of the last leg of the Altınordu Intercity Bus Terminal, which was built on the area of Istanbul.
The project, which has a total terminal area of 22.000 m², includes 28 platforms, 9 midibus parking areas, 98 parking lots for district and village vans, a commercial vehicle park for 11 vehicles, a guest parking lot for 50 vehicles and 20 company rooms within the terminal building.
Saying that 90 percent of the works are completed, the Metropolitan Mayor Dr.. Mehmet Hilmi Güler said, “With the implementation of the project, daily traffic density will be reduced in the city center, and a modern facility will be launched in intercity transportation.”
“A BEAUTIFUL WORK WILL BE AVAILABLE”
Stating that the works continue on the 2 km road, which simultaneously provides access to the terminal with the terminal building, Mayor Güler said, “53% of the works were completed in the Altınordu Terminal Project, which we have taken over with 90 percent completed. Apart from this, we are making the asphalt of the 2 km connection road. We also offer a road with a bicycle and walking path that will ease the load of city traffic. When the work is completed, a very good work will be revealed. ”
SUPPLY CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES
In the project, where building and exterior works were completed, the Metropolitan Municipality, which was awarded the supply tender for the remaining works, granite floor coverings, ceramic coatings, metal suspended ceiling, plaster, paint and installation works, environmental and facade lighting, landscape floor coverings, wrought iron railing and environment. will make the construction of the wall paint manufacturing.
Within the scope of supply construction work that started on 02.04.2020, construction works such as suspended ceiling applications, pavement and infrastructure, plaster works, granite coating and wall productions, electrical and installation works, assembly productions continue.