Maarintie was reopened to traffic in week 31

With the rapid progress of the Maarintie rail construction, Maarintie and the intersection of Tietotie, Konemiehentie and Maarintie has reopened for motor vehicle traffic in week 31

With the rapid progress of the Maarintie rail construction, Maarintie and the intersection of Tietotie, Konemiehentie and Maarintie has reopened for motor vehicle traffic in week 31. The asphalting and paving works on the road nearly completed. The alignment of Maarintie has changed slightly.

Ainonaukio has closed to motor traffic on Tuesday 28th of July. However, Otakaari will remain open to traffic, allowing easy access to the university buildings.

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Walking and cycling
Walking and cycling path is open on Maarintie.

Motor vehicles
The passage of motor vehicles on Maarintie has reopened in week 31. The intersection of Tietotie and Konemiehentie was opened to traffic at the same time. The section of Maarintie at Ainonaukio has closed from 28th of July.

Public transport and stops
Line 108N will pass through Puumiehenkuja from 27th of July. Bus stops will remain the same

 

 

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