Traffic Noise is Reduced in Kayseri

Traffic Noise is Reduced in Kayseri
Traffic Noise is Reduced in Kayseri

📩 01/11/2023 13:28

Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Dr. Memduh Büyükkılıç said that traffic-related noise was minimized with technical measurements and science-based modern asphalt solutions made by the Department of Technical Affairs in the important main arteries of the city with high traffic volume.

Metropolitan Mayor Dr. Memduh Büyükkılıç attaches importance to the planning and investments made in this direction for the development and renewal of Kayseri in accordance with the sustainable city model.


In line with Mayor Büyükkılıç's sustainable city vision, Metropolitan Municipality teams strive to develop new techniques in combating environmental problems, especially air and noise pollution, and to ensure that their work is in line with this vision.

Traffic-related noise is minimized with technical measurements and science-based modern asphalt solutions made by the Metropolitan Municipality Department of Technical Affairs.


Metropolitan Mayor Dr. In his statement on the subject, Memduh Büyükkılıç said, “We strive to add value to our city and serve the people of our city. Our primary goal is to create a more livable, sustainable city. "We continue our asphalt work day and night with the understanding that Road is Civilization," he said.

Stating that they have carried out work on the important main arteries of the city in the last month, Mayor Büyükkılıç said, “In the last month, we have carried out the asphalt works between the multi-storey intersections on General Hulusi Akar Boulevard, Seyyid Burhanettin Boulevard Boulevard, Kartal Martyrs' Memorial, Talas Boulevard, the side road in front of the Nation's Garden and Mustafa Kemal Pasha Boulevard. "We have renewed important main arteries with high traffic volume in the city center," he said.


Büyükkılıç emphasized that road-related noise was minimized and continued his words as follows:

“According to the data obtained by our Department of Technical Affairs based on the measurements made, a 10-15 percent reduction in traffic noise was achieved on these streets. No matter what work is done, it is necessary to think multi-facetedly, not one-sidedly. We are working not only to make asphalt, but also to do better and to contribute more to our people. The reduction in noise level of up to 15 percent with asphalt works was very important for us in this respect. I congratulate our relevant Department and technical team. “We will continue such work on our roads where it is needed.”

Metropolitan Municipality Technical Affairs Department Head Yasin Harmancı, who is a Civil Engineer and also an Environmental Engineer, said in his statement: “We carried out our work with the support of our president, Dr. In line with the directives of Memduh Büyükkılıç, we are working to ensure that Kayseri takes its place among sustainable cities and improves its position in this regard. "Our technical team makes great efforts in the field and in production, especially in asphalt," he said.

Harmancı, Head of the Department of Technical Affairs, stated that their studies on sustainability regarding urban transportation structures are continuing and said, "Pedestrian road and median curb heights and materials used, green texture or stone texture in the median, roadside parking planning, intersection types, signaling systems and smart We examine the effects of intersection solutions on air and noise pollution and try to develop optimum solutions. Our president, Dr., for the support he gave us in all our work on technical issues. "I thank Memduh Büyükkılıç," he said.