The 3rd bridge on Kirmasti Stream, which was built by Bursa Metropolitan Municipality and will breathe the district traffic due to its alternative route, was opened to traffic with a ceremony.
Bursa Metropolitan Municipality, which dedicates a large part of its energy to combating the corona virus and social aid during the pandemic process, continues its infrastructure and transportation projects without interruption. The Metropolitan Municipality, which continues uninterruptedly to increase the quality of existing roads, to open new roads, to work on bridges and junctions in order to prevent transportation from being a problem in Bursa, has 17 districts. kazanHe added the 3rd bridge in Mustafakemalpaşa district to his transportation works. The third bridge, which connects the Fevzidede and Yenidere neighborhoods on both sides of the Kirmasti Stream, which divides the Mustafakemalpaşa district into two, will also give the district traffic a breath of fresh air as it creates an alternative route. The new bridge, designed with seven spans of 3 meters in length and 175 meters in width, is also the longest bridge ever built by the Metropolitan Municipality. While the project, in which 13,75 meters of road was built for bridge connections, cost approximately 800 million TL, the bridge that the people of the district have been waiting for for years, Metropolitan Mayor Alinur Aktaş, Mustafakemalpaşa Mayor Mehmet Kanar, Bursa Deputy Mustafa Esgin and AK Party Bursa Provincial President. It was put into service with a ceremony attended by Ayhan Salman.
We kept our promise
Bursa Metropolitan Mayor Alinur Aktaş reminded that he made a promise about the bridge on the infrastructure inspection trip in the Çeltikçi District of Mustafakemalpaşa about a month ago, as they promised that they raised the bridge to 10 June but they delayed the opening two days for MP Mustafa Esgin to participate in the program. . Expressing that they live the happiness of keeping their promises, Mayor Aktaş noted that Mustafakemalpaşa is a district that is open to development with its population exceeding 100 thousand, agricultural potential, and touristic values. Emphasizing that he had dreams about 17 districts, especially Mustafakemalpaşa, and Bursa, the President said that they saved the Koşuboğazı Quarter from the septic tank last year, and that most of the 6,5-kilometer sewer line in the Çeltikçi Quarter was completed and the works would be completed in a short time. President Aktaş announced that the tender for the package treatment system, which will bring both neighborhoods to a modern infrastructure, will be held at the end of August.
The good news came one after another
President Aktaş also listed the good news about the projects that Mustafakemalpaşa district has been waiting for for years, giving dates. Expressing that there was a delay in the tender for the 8-kilometer transmission line and the 318-kilometer city network line, which will be made with the European Investment Bank loan, Mayor Aktaş noted that they will strike the first digging on 20 July in the project that will provide the district with healthy drinking water. Expressing that the infrastructure works can be a bit of a problem, Mayor Aktaş noted that they aim to complete the project in 2-2,5 years without any problems, by making it step by step. Reminding that the tender for the Youth Center, which will add color to the social life in the district and will include sports halls, youth center, special areas where children and especially women can develop themselves, will be held on June 25, Mayor Aktaş announced that the facility will be put into service with all its units, stage by stage. “What kind of services can be provided to our 17 districts even in our dreams when we go to bed? kazanPresident Aktaş said, “Mustafakemalpaşa entrusted us with a great trust in the district and the Metropolitan in the March 31 elections. We have no other problem but to fulfill this trust in the best way and to hand it over to those who will do better than us when the day comes.”
The name of the bridge: Lala Şahin Pasha
Bursa Deputy Mustafa Esgin said that the bridge built by the Metropolitan Municipality not only connects the two sides of the district, but also consolidates the brotherhood by uniting hearts and minds. Not only to Mustafakemalpaşa, but to 17 districts kazanEsgin thanked Bursa Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Alinur Aktaş for his services and said that this work should have a name rather than being referred to as the third bridge. Esgin suggested that the bridge be named after Lala Şahin Pasha, who had a tomb and a complex in Mustafakemalpaşa, was the Lala of Sultan Murat I, was the governor of the governorship, and helped Edirne, Plovdiv and Zağra join the Ottoman lands. Esgin's proposal was accepted with applause by both the protocol members and the citizens.
Mustafakemalpaşa Mayor Mehmet Kanar thanked everyone who contributed to the construction of this bridge, which they have been waiting for for many years. Stating that they were happy to keep their promises before the election, although it took 1 year and 2 months since he took office, Kanar thanked President Aktaş for his support to the district.
After the speeches were cut, the Lala Şahin Pasha Bridge, the longest bridge ever built by the Metropolitan Municipality, was opened to traffic.