AŞTİ (Ankara Intercity Coach Terminal, Turkish: Ankara Şehirlerarası Otobüs Terminali) is the intercity bus terminal of Ankara, Turkey.

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GeographyEdit

AŞTİ is situated to the west of Mevlana Boulevard , the former Ankara ring road at 39°55′05″N 32°48′44″E / 39.91806°N 32.81222°E / 39.91806; 32.81222 . [1]Its address is Beştepeler Mahallesı, Mevlana Bulvarı, No:82 Söğütözü, Çankaya.[2]

The terminalEdit

The terminal was put into service in 1997. Its closed area is 128,520 square metres (1,383,400 sq ft) . It is a two-storey terminal where the lower floor is reserved for incoming traffic and the upper floor is reserved for outgoing traffic. Daily traffic is about 2500 busses.[3]

Main roads from AnkaraEdit

Ankara is situated more or less at the center of Turkey. There are five main roads from Ankara.

Boulevards and highways Direction Examples of target cities
Ondokuz Mayıs Boulevard-  D.200 (east side) East and Northeast Turkey Samsun, Sivas, Erzurum, Trabzon
İrfan Baştuğ Boulevard-  D.140 North Turkey Çankırı, Kastamonu, Sinop
Fatih Sultan Mehmet Boulevard –  D.750 (north side ) Northwest Turkey İstanbul, Zonguldak, Bolu
İsmet İnönü Boulevard-   D.200 (west side) West Turkey Eskişehir, İzmir , Bursa, Antalya
Mevlana Boulevard -  D.750- (south side) South Turkey Konya, Kayseri, Mersin, Adana, Gaziantep

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