Countdown starts to inaugurate Isteqlal megaproject

The Deputy Mayor of Isfahan for Urban Development, Iraj Mozaffar, announced: After many fluctuations, the executive operations of Isteqlal interchange (non-level intersection) was finally finished at a cost of 150 billion tomans.

As IMNA states, Isteqlal Square is one of the basics of the north entrance to the city of Isfahan. It is considered as a transportation spot with a heavy traffic due to the existence of Isfahan University of Technology in the area. So organizing this road stood high on the agenda of the municipality.

The non-level intersection of Isteqlal is a great project including 11 other projects, first phase of which was completed in the past year.

Mozaffar further reminded that the project was implemented at an area of 60500 square meters at the total cost of 150 billion tomans.

The executive operations of the project were lunched on October 2015, and finished on June 2016, stated the development deputy and added: The current phase of the mentioned project also consists of level bridges and an overpass on the road from Isfahan to the town of Shain-Shahr which were completed last year.

Mozaffar also referred to the second phase of the project and added: Phase 2 includes U-turns, underpass of Isfahan University of Technology, bridge No. 6, entrance square, metro bridge, and landscaping around the project site.

“Bridge No. 6 which is made pre-stressed has a length of 800 m and width of 13 m, connecting Azadegan Blvd. to Daneshgah Blvd.”, the deputy explained and confirmed: Constructing this bridge will increase speed and security of transportation on the road from Khomeini-Shahr town to Tehran, Iran’s capital).

Mozaffar then informed the citizens that in order to create a safe and beautiful entrance to the city, various proceedings have been made on Azadegan Blvd. such as sculptures, interesting fountains, and nice lighting.

The Isteqlal interchange is planned to be officially inaugurated in near future in the presence of Isfahan mayor, Dr. Mehdi Jamali Nejad, and urban managers of the city.

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