Giant Budget for Road Investments from Izmir Metropolitan Municipality

Giant Budget for Road Investments from Izmir Metropolitan Municipality
Giant Budget for Road Investments from Izmir Metropolitan Municipality

Investments did not slow down in İzmir, which experienced the biggest epidemic of the century, earthquake and flood disaster together. Izmir Metropolitan Municipality has invested 3 billion 730 thousand liras in the last three years, from the opening of new roads to pedestrian overpasses, especially asphalt, plain road and junction arrangements, in order to renew the city's roads and provide comfortable transportation.

Izmir Metropolitan Municipality has carried out important works in the last three years to ease the traffic flow and to provide a safe and comfortable transportation. Investments did not slow down in İzmir, which experienced the biggest epidemic of the century, earthquake and flood disaster together. İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Department of Science Affairs and İZBETON teams continued their work with great devotion from the main arteries of the city to the farthest village roads.

2,7 billion was spent on asphalt, surface coating and parquet works

With an investment of 1 billion 743 million liras, 4 million 124 thousand tons of asphalt was poured and an average of 10 meters wide and 2 thousand 104 kilometers long road was asphalted. 6 million 678 thousand square meters (334 kilometers long) plain road was arranged. 4 million 383 thousand square meters (877 kilometers) of key cobblestones were laid.

72 kilometers of new road opened

A new road with a width of 8 meters and a length of 72 kilometers was opened. BayraklıAs part of the works carried out on the 1848th Street and Yeni Girne Street connection in , a new development road was opened in the region. The connection of Lale and Çaldıran neighborhoods to Yeşildere Street was ensured with the bridge built in the Vezirağa region in Konak and a total of 600 meters of connection roads. The closed part of 8780/1 street in Ata Sanayi in Çiğli district, 700 meters long, was opened by the Science Affairs teams and the road was connected to 8855. Street. Thanks to this work, a connection was established from the region to Anadolu Caddesi, Evka-5 and Atatürk Organized Industrial Zone. A comprehensive study was carried out at the Nilüfer junction in Bornova Naldöken District. A new construction road of approximately 1281 meters was opened on 19/400 Street between the Junction and Cengizhan Street. With this road, the 4th Industry in the region was connected to Ankara Street and the highway. Murselpaşa Boulevard. Karşıyaka- It opened new zoning roads in the region where the hospital is located in the direction of Bornova. An open parking lot for 4 thousand 143 vehicles was built.

Cycling era

By turning the pandemic process into an opportunity by the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Department of Transportation and Science Affairs Department, Martyr Nevres, Vasıf Çınar, 2. Kordon and Pleven Boulevard, in Narlıdere, between Narlıdere Center and Sahilevleri bicycle path, Yeşildere Street side road, Şirinyer - Between Basmane, on Sevgi Yolu and Uğur Mumcu Street in Dikili, on Rıza Erten Street in Çeşme, KarşıyakaApproximately 1671 kilometers of bicycle paths were put into service in Bostanlı creek side, Cheesecioğlu creek side, Halkpark and 27 Street, Talatpaşa Boulevard and Cumhuriyet Boulevard in Konak.

The epidemic turned into an opportunity

Connection to Food Bazaar from Mürselpaşa Boulevard side road, Bayraklı Traffic was relieved by making arrangements in Soğukkuyu, Konak Vezirağa, Cigli Ata Sanayi and Bornova Nilüfer Street. The metropolitan city turned the curfews into an opportunity in terms of road renewal works during the pandemic period. In this context, Altınyol, Yeşildere Street, Mithatpaşa Street, Gaziemir Akçay Street, Mürselpaşa Boulevard and the surrounding of Kültürpark, which are one of the most important arteries of İzmir and have not been working for years, have been completely renovated.

Bus station viaduct completed, Buca Tunnel started
2 viaducts, 2 highway underpasses and an overpass, located in the first phase of the Buca Tunnel and viaduct project that will directly connect İzmir Intercity Bus Terminal to the city center, have been completed with an investment of 154 million liras. With the tunnel construction worth 559 million liras, the construction of 2 underpasses, 4 culverts, 4 intersections, 1 overpass and wall constructions in the third and fourth stages of the project began. The tunnel will facilitate transportation from Konak to the intercity bus terminal with the viaducts to be put into service in the coming months. The total length of the project, which will give a breath of fresh air to urban traffic, will reach 7,1 kilometers.

Golden touches to traffic

In order to reduce traffic density and congestion in the city, and to ensure uninterrupted and safe traffic flow, intersection arrangements at 56 points were completed. Bornova Egemak, Konak Karataş, Güzelyalı, Alsancak Train Station, Cehar Dudayev, Balçova Marina, Bayraklı Çiçek Mahallesi, Üçkuyular Deniz Feneri Street, Buca Ring Road exit, Çiğli Koçtaş, Karabağlar Yaşayanlar, Mustafa Kemal Sahil Boulevard 16 Street intersection and Altınyol Street are among the important intersections.

New overpasses

Izmir Metropolitan Municipality is building new overpasses to ensure the transportation safety of cyclists, disabled and pedestrians who want to cross the street where the traffic is fast and dense, taking into account the demands from the citizens. Martyr Er Altan Yenil pedestrian overpass on Konak Mürselpaşa Boulevard has been renewed. To Buca Doğuş Street, Karşıyaka A new overpass was built in Yalı District, Gaziemir Aktepe and Buca 23 Nisan Primary School. Göztepe Martyr Kerem Oğuz Erbay pedestrian overpass is being renewed.

Convenient transportation with highway bridges

With an investment of 400 million liras, vehicle and pedestrian bridges that were destroyed by the rains on nearly 70 streams in many districts are being renewed, and safe and comfortable transportation is provided for the citizens. In the last 3 years, 3 highway bridges and 13 culverts suitable for vehicle passage were built on the stream. Works on 2 highway bridges, 2 culverts and 2 pedestrian bridges continue. Torbalı Muscovite Stream Highway Bridge, Dikili Bademli Neighborhood Highway Bridge and Vezirağa Highway Bridge over Yeşildere have been completed. A highway bridge was built on the İZBAN line in the Menemen Seyrekköy District, and the connection between the İzmir-Çanakkale Highway and the agricultural lands was ensured. 13 culvert bridges, especially Gaziemir, Karabağlar, Balçova, Menderes and Urla, have been made suitable for vehicle passage. The road bridges in Menemen Hasanlar and Bergama Fevzipaşa Neighborhood, 2 pedestrian bridges in Seferihisar, and a culvert in Urla and Karabağlar are continuing. Renovation works of 9 highway bridges in 14 districts have also started.

Emergency resolution teams

Emergency Solution teams, formed with the vision of "fair and equal welfare" of Izmir Metropolitan Mayor Tunç Soyer, worked at 16 points in 148 neighborhoods in Konak, Buca, Karabağlar and Bornova. By listening to the demands of the citizens and headmen, problems such as intersection arrangement, pavement, creek cleaning, key cobblestone paving, parking arrangement, cleaning of rubble wastes were urgently solved. Work continues at 20 addresses.

Floods ended in Mavişehir and Altınyol

The Mavişehir Coastal Fortification Project was completed with an investment of 37 million liras, and the floods in Mavişehir due to the rising sea came to an end. Within the scope of the works, 4 kilometers of in-water concrete was produced 2,2 meters below the ground in order to prevent the passage of sea water under the ground; It was aimed to protect the area from the wave effect of the rock fortification, which was built 160 centimeters above sea level in the front part. The infrastructure of the region was strengthened so that similar problems would not be repeated on Altınyol Street, which was flooded and closed to traffic during the flood disaster.

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