Transportation in Istanbul 50 Percent Discount During Ramadan Feast: Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Council decided to make public transportation at a 50 percent discount during Ramadan Feast. IMM also took a series of measures to make the Ramadan Feast go smoothly. Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Council, IETT buses, metrobus, metro, tram, funicular, city lines ferries and Istanbul Bus A.Ş. and 50 percent discount on private public buses. Accordingly, citizens will benefit from public transportation at a 3 percent discount during the feast that will last 50 days. IMM also took a series of measures for the Eid al-Fitr. In a written statement made by İBB, it was stated that all institutions, especially IETT, Transportation Inc., İSKİ, fire brigade, municipality, are at the service of citizens full time. In the statement, “IETT; In parallel with the increase in passenger density, which will increase during the day of AREA and feast days, the bus will increase the number of trips and will take all necessary measures to ensure that services are not disrupted and regular and additional trips are made regularly. Our citizens will be able to convey their IETT related problems to phone number 444 1871. ULAŞIM A.Ş; Full staff and full fleet will serve during the holiday. During the three days of the holiday, the metro, light metro and tram services will take place infrequently in the afternoon and frequent in the afternoon. Citizens can send all kinds of problems and complaints to ULAŞIM A.Ş.'s phone number 444 00 88 and http://www.istanbul-ulasim.com.tr forward to address. İSKİ; will provide water at full capacity all over Istanbul. İSKİ will increase the number of measures related to possible water failure and channel blockage, and will increase the number of sentinel teams. Alo 185 and 321 00 00 can be applied for water and channel blockages throughout Istanbul. Firefighters will be on duty 24 hours a day as always ”. The statement also stated that the Health Directorate and the Metropolitan Municipality police teams will continue their inspections during the feast period.