The 2017-2018 school year began in the morning with citizens who do not want to traffic traffic flow into the metrobüse long queues occurred at the stops. In Yenibosna, citizens waited in the queue for minutes to reach the bus stop.
The 2017-2018 academic year started again in the mornings. With the emergence of service vehicles, traffic began to experience intensity. Citizens who do not want to stay in the morning traffic flocked to metrobus. Citizens flocked to Yenibosna metrobus stop long queues. Due to the long queue formed, the Metrobus stop was fully filled and citizens had to wait for minutes to reach the station.
The 2017-2018 school year started as of this morning. On the first day of the school, the students tried to catch up with the first lesson time in the early morning hours. With the opening of schools, service vehicles took their place in Istanbul traffic. Images taken from Yenibosna in the morning were seen to be replaced by a large number of service vehicles. Traffic incidence occurred with the inclusion of service vehicles.
TRAFFIC DENSITY PERCENT 49
The traffic density in the city, where the municipality took measures against the traffic density, was at 07.30 level according to the density map of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality as of 49 hour.
17 MILLION LEARNED AN OVERVIEW FOR THE STUDENT
The new school year starts today for the 17 million students. The first semester of the new academic year will end at 19 January 2018.
The semester break, 22 will be held on January-2 February. 5 February 2018 will begin on Monday and 8 will be completed in June 2018. first semester student applications for support and training courses will be opened free of charge to the Ministry of Education students and alumni, 18-24 September 2017 second term applications 7-18 February 2018, the third period, applications will be taken in 18-24 June 2018. The first semester courses will start at 2 October 2017, the second semester courses will start at 3 March 2018 and the summer courses will start at 2 July 2018. This year 1, 5 and 9. students who will start classes will receive training with the updated curriculum.
Source : www.milliyet