After the 7-day break, traffic density started in the first hours of the morning in Istanbul.

The 7-day break, which started on November 15, in schools that started face-to-face education after a 1.5-year break, has ended as of today.

Students, who relieved their school stress and fatigue during the break between November, start the lesson today.

With the opening of schools, traffic density started in the early hours of the morning.

BOTH STUDENTS AND DRIVERS ATTACKED THE ROADS

Especially in Istanbul, as the traffic density started to be effective from the early hours, both students trying to catch up with school and vehicle drivers going to work on the first day of the week poured into the roads.

The traffic density, which is especially effective on the E-5 highway and TEM Highway, was viewed from the E-5 Karayolu Halıcıoğlu location.

As of 08:00, the density on the map reached 60 percent.

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