Those who spend the Eid al-Adha holidays in their country created traffic density on the way back. Despite the evening hours, the intensity created by the vehicles carrying holidaymakers on the Kocaeli TEM Highway continued its effect.
The vehicles carrying the holidaymakers turning from Anatolia to Istanbul brought traffic to the stopping point from time to time in the TEM Highway Izmit section at night. Vehicles in the direction of Istanbul in Izmit Bekirdere Viaducts location had difficulties in navigating the traffic jam.
TRAFFIC DENSITY OF 43 CITIES AT THE PASSING POINT
In Kırıkkale, which is the connection point of 43 provinces in transportation and which is described as ‘key intersection’, long vehicle queues were formed after the turns started. As of 18.00, vehicle density increased, while traffic crews made efforts to relieve traffic jams.
POLICE INSPECTION AT ÇAMLICA TOURS
Istanbul Police Department Traffic Inspection Branch Directorate teams audited at Camlica Counters. During the inspections involving the police helicopter, the children in the vehicles were also given a whistle to warn their families if they did not follow the rules. On the other hand, in addition to the whistle, the teams distributed leaflets with traffic rules to children and drivers.
ROADS ARE FOLLOWED FROM THE EMERGENCY COORDINATION CENTER
Bayram return traffic congestion occurs in Turkey is being followed from found Highways Emergency Co-ordination Center at the General Directorate. 4 tracked over Turkey’s live traffic density Coordination Center. Accidents and emergencies occurring on highways after the return of the holidays are intervened immediately.
Celal Koruç, Director of the Road Maintenance and Repair Branch of the General Directorate of Highways, who made evaluations about Eid traffic, said the following:
* We have approximately 68 thousand kilometers of road network. Our 17 regional directorates and 119 branch offices are spread all over the country. In any traffic accident and emergency, our teams go and carry out their emergency interventions.
* Our people living in our metropolitan cities such as Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir experience a lot of traffic during the feast when they return to Anatolia and return to their home country.
* Our citizens do not leave their travels to the last day of a more conscious holiday than before. Citizens will definitely keep track of their distance when they leave. İHA-DHA