IETTye fee per stall offer

İETTye offers a fee per stop: Let the fare schedule be applied according to the number of stops in IETT and Public Bus. The decision will be made by President Topbaş ...
CHP Kösedağı prepared a proposal to the Mayor of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Kadir ği Mayor Kadir Topbas quit his car and take a bus in the evening to the day of his choice, take the bus on a route he wants to travel. In order to prevent the economic victimization of the citizens, the fee tariff for the number of stops used in the metrobuses should be applied in the IETT and Public buses mek and suggested their recommendations.
Traffic chaos in Istanbul, buses that do not arrive on time; buses that are neglected, pollute the environment, take passengers over the capacity, briefly bring the problems and problems that Istanbul suffers in transportation to the agenda of the IMM with a written question proposal and read orally in the IMM Assembly Kadıköy Mesut Kösedağı, CHP Member of the Municipality and IMM Assembly, made suggestions and recommendations to IMM President Kadir Topbas and asked the following questions:
Lar In order to increase the use of public transportation vehicles and prevent the economic victimization of the citizen, do you consider using the fare tariff in the buses according to the number of stops in the metrobuses?
For example, 50 ride on the first stop on a line or 45. The passenger at the station pays the same fare. This is why the citizen does not prefer the bus for short distances. Do you plan to charge a fee on public transport during relatively quiet hours? Did you make some fixes and fixes of some metrobus stops that are difficult to reach, walking distance and number of stairs? Up to date, how much punishment have you so far committed to vehicles belonging to the bus company, which is maintenance-free, polluting the environment, taking passengers above its capacity? Are you planning to add additional time to high-capacity lines that are full every hour? How many penalties did you charge for IETT drivers complained to the White Table by citizens?
Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) Assembly in November, XBY in November meetings of the members of the CHP Mesut Kösedağı, Soydan Alkan, Deniz Erzincan, Uygur Cakmak, Ahmet Temurlenk, Ulku Kocer and Murat Tezcan signed by the unanimous vote of the Presidency a written question:
To the Presidency of the Assembly of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality;
Mr. President, Members of the Assembly:
Today, the time we spent to go from one place to another in Istanbul has been a saga of sorts. The time lost in traffic causes a waste of both nerve and gasoline. Mr. Mayor Kadir Topbas'la quit his car and leave the vehicle in the evening with a vehicle he wants, I would be happy to travel if he agrees on a route he wants, I would also be happy to mention. I would like to take a bus to Topbas and take a bus to 11US (Üsküdar-Sultanbeyli) line one morning.
According to the adır Istanbul Transport and Traffic Survey günümüzde survey conducted by Bahçeşehir University, the one-way residence time in traffic is approximately 50 minutes. If we add the way back to this, we spend about two hours in a day in traffic, and if we rate this as our life expectancy, 40 year of life of a person who lives in Istanbul and uses a 3 year is in traffic. Nowadays, it is very important to encourage public transport to ease the traffic in Istanbul. According to the same survey, the most preferred vehicle for public transport is the bus with 21, followed by minibuses with 12 and BRT with 12. In the same study, the ratio of those who think that the transportation investments to be made in the next five years will provide a solution to the traffic in Istanbul remain at 46, while the remaining 54 does not believe the permanent solution.
It is the duty of the Assembly to solve the transportation problem which is the biggest problem of Istanbul and the 2015 of our 40 budget is not the political side of the time lost in traffic. In the light of these findings, in order to relieve traffic in Istanbul and to encourage public transportation;
1- Do you plan to use fare tariffs on buses in order to increase the use of public transportation vehicles and to prevent the economic victimization of the citizen? (eg 50 at the first stop on a line or 45 at the stop the passenger who pays the same fee, which causes the citizen to choose a short distance bus.
2- Do you plan to charge a fee on the public transport during relatively quiet hours?
3- Have you worked to detect and correct some metrobus stops that are difficult to reach, walking distance and number of stairs?
4- Caring for vehicles that are not maintenance-free, polluting the environment and taking passengers above their capacity so far, how much punishment have you been punishing?
5- Are you planning to add additional time to high-capacity lines per hour?
6- How many penalties did you give to IETT drivers complaining about White Table by citizens?
I hereby submit my proposal to the President of the Presidency.

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