Traffic controls are being intensified on the central roads of Thessaloniki, in view of the start of the works for the construction of the Flyover.
As it became known yesterday, the first construction site on the ring road is expected to be installed early next week.
At the same time, yesterday a note was placed on Konstantinou Karamanli Avenue by the Traffic Police, according to which the road in question has been included in a Special Plan for Intensive Traffic Policing, at the same time calling on drivers not to park along it.
Today, with an announcement issued by the Thessaloniki Traffic Directorate, it is announced that several central axes have been included in a Special Plan for Intensive Traffic Policing in order to remove illegally parked vehicles “and to use the entire road surface for current vehicle traffic”.
The announcement of the Thessaloniki Traffic Directorate states:
It is announced that, as part of the construction work of the Flyover project, to facilitate the movement of drivers in the city center, the Traffic Directorate, among other actions, has designed a Special Plan for Intensive Traffic Policing on specific Roads.
Until the start date of the construction works, staff of the Thessaloniki Traffic Directorate will provide information to citizens – drivers, while, in addition, traffic controls will be intensified along the main road axes:
- Road Axis 1: K.Karamanli – N.Egnatia – Egnatia – Monastiriou.
- Road Axis 2: West Entrance (Old Station) – 26her October – N. Kountouriotis – L. Nikis – 30her October – G. Papandreou – Adrianoupoleos – E. Venizelou – National Resistance – L. Agricultural School.
- Road Axis 3: National Resistance – V.Olga – V.Georgiou – M.Andronikou – Tsimiski – Polytechniou – West Exit (Old Station),
in order for every illegally parked vehicle to be removed and the entire roadway to be used for current vehicle traffic.
We ask for the understanding and cooperation of citizens.