The Mayor of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, Mansur Yavaş, continues to introduce new transportation projects that will ease the city traffic and prevent traffic accidents with the people of the Capital. Ankara Metropolitan Municipality opened the link road, which connects Ankara Boulevard and Sabancı Boulevard and consists of a total of 6 lanes, to traffic.
Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Mansur Yavaş is adding new ones every day to the transportation moves that prioritize driving safety in the capital city traffic.
Yavaş, which has completed the projects that ensure uninterrupted traffic flow in the city with multi-storey and bridged intersections, continues to bring the people of Başkent together with new alternative connection roads in order to ensure safety of life and reduce traffic accidents.
THE CONNECTION ROAD BETWEEN ANKARA-SABANCI BULVARI HAS BEEN COMPLETED AND OPENED TO TRAFFIC
The Department of Science Affairs completed the connection road between Ankara Boulevard and Sabancı Boulevard, which had not been used for many years and was idle, working on a 7/24 basis in a short time.
Mayor Yavaş, who frequently informs the citizens of the capital on their social media accounts about the transportation projects, announced that the connection road between Ankara Boulevard and Sabancı Boulevard has been put into service as of May 24:
“Our priority is the life safety and comfort of Ankara residents. We have completed the works of Ankara-Sabancı Boulevard connection road in order to prevent accidents with traffic density on Eskişehir Road and Sabancı and Anadolu Boulevard. "
3 DEPARTURE-3 ARRIVAL TOTAL 6-LANE ROAD
Along with the connecting rods, the 2-kilometer new connection road consists of a total of 3 lanes, 3 of which are round-trips.
Thanks to the connection road, which will create an alternative route in city traffic and includes 3 return islands; Drivers coming from the direction of Hacettepe Junction and Sabancı Boulevard will be able to pass to Etimesgut more easily, and to Kızılay via Ankara Boulevard.