Alternative Way to Çambaşı Plateau

alternative way to the plateau plateau
alternative way to the plateau plateau

Mayor of Ordu Metropolitan Municipality Mehmet Hilmi Güler said that the asphalt works in the Harami District of Kabadüz district, which provide alternative transportation to Çambaşı Plateau, have been completed.


Asphalt mobilization in the neighborhood and group roads continues in Ordu. With the works carried out by the teams affiliated with the Metropolitan Municipality Science Affairs Department, the roads have a comfortable structure with a high standard. Mayor of Ordu Metropolitan Municipality Mehmet Hilmi Güler said, “We have completed the second floor emission asphalt works on the route, which offers alternative transportation to the 2 thousand altitude Çambaşı Plateau, which is among the most beautiful plateaus of the Black Sea Region.”

CONNECTING TO HIGHWAY THROUGH HARAMI NEIGHBORHOOD

Expressing that Çambaşı Plateau is an invaluable blessing for Ordu, Mayor Güler said, “The plateau adds life to the visitors. But we need to improve the transportation facilities to attract people to the plateau. While the works between Altinordu Cambasi Highway continue, we also offer alternative transportation opportunities to the plateau with the works we do on the neighborhood group roads. We have brought the 9-kilometer route, which connects to the Kabadüz-Çambaşı Road from the borders of Harami District over the Black Sea Mediterranean Road, to the second floor emission asphalt. This road was a route where 300 vehicles pass every day and our residents use it intensely. ”

TARGET: 12 MONTHS TOURISM

Emphasizing that the works will continue for 12 months to live in Çambaşı, Mayor Güler said, “In the summer, Çambaşı Plateau is a tourist center frequented by local and foreign tourists. Çambaşı gained an assertive place in winter tourism with the fact that the Ski Center became operational at full capacity. Now we have started building hotels with our army businessmen. We've come a long way. Tourism investments continue in the region. However, the road is indispensable. In this context, our work will continue increasingly. ”



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