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Today, these roads and Osmanbey metro stop will be closed

Some roads will be closed to traffic today due to the commemoration ceremony to be held in Istanbul on the 16th anniversary of the murder of Agos Newspaper Editor-in-Chief Hrant Dink. Osmanbey station on Yenikapı-Hacıosman Metro Line will be closed for operation as of 13.00.

Some roads will be closed to traffic due to the commemoration programs to be held in Şişli on the 16th anniversary of the murder of Agos Newspaper Editor-in-Chief Hrant Dink.

ROADS TO BE CLOSED

In this context, starting from 11:00 by the Traffic Inspection Department officials, Halaskargazi Caddesi (from Osmanbey turn to Taksim direction, from Valikonağı Caddesi junction to Mecidiyeköy direction), Ergenekon Avenue (from Pangaltı junction to Mecidiyeköy direction), Tavukçu Fethi Sokak, Saksı Sokak (from Ergenekon Street entrance) and Zafer Sokak Şişli direction will be closed to traffic. As an alternative route, the flow from Taksim will be diverted to Valikonağı Street.

Drivers and pedestrians who want to go to Şişli will be able to use the direction of Şişli from the Valikonağı and Rumeli Avenue Osmanbey junction, and the direction of Ergenekon Avenue from the Osmanbey junction.

Osmanbey metro

OSMANBEY METRO STOP WILL BE TEMPORARILY CLOSED

It has been announced that Osmanbey station on Yenikapı-Hacıosman Metro Line will be closed for operation as of 13.00. In the statement made on the social media account of Metro Istanbul, “In line with the decision taken by the Governorship of Istanbul, Osmanbey station of our M2 Yenikapı-Hacıosman Metro Line will be closed for operation as of 13:00. Do not stop at Osmanbey station.” expressions are used.

Gül Demirci

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