The truck stop for 300 trucks and 100 small vehicles near the Uppsala border gate, which opens from Turkey to Greece, is set to start service next month.
Infrastructure and superstructure works have been completed at the truck yard, which is named after Ibrahim Geren, the head of the Ipsala Exchange Company, who died in 2021 as a result of his illness.
The facility is scheduled to enter service next month, after companies in the truck yard complete their installations.
The parking area with a capacity of 300 trucks and 100 small vehicles, which is expected to eliminate the congestion experienced from time to time in front of the border gate, will provide many opportunities for drivers.
In the social areas that will be established in the truck yard, there will be a market, a cafeteria, a restaurant, a market for local products, a prayer room, a barber shop, a currency exchange office, shower areas, and a laundry.
Drivers who will use the social areas will be able to spend their time comfortably and rest until their turn.
The truck stop will also serve expats to spend their summer holidays in Türkiye. Expats will have the opportunity to travel comfortably using the parking area on the way to the arrival and return.
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