Students who are newly enrolled in the universities in Konya benefit from buses and trams of Konya Metropolitan Municipality free of charge for 3 days. The students who were able to make applications from the elkart stand, which was established by the Metropolitan Municipality Elkart Bureau and Zafer Square, thanked the Metropolitan Municipality for their application.
Konya Metropolitan Municipality allows students who enroll to the universities in Konya to use their hand bars free of charge in public transportation for three days.
Students who enrolled in Selçuk University, Necmettin Erbakan University and KTO Karatay University and Konya Food and Agriculture University use 3 free of charge on buses and trams of the Metropolitan Municipality during the day after they start using the discounted handbags. At the end of the day, 3 continues to use the students' handcards as a discount card at the discounted rate.
Student ID cards issued by the schools of Selcuk University, Necmettin Erbakan University and KTO Karatay University can also be used as discounted elkart, while students who are newly enrolled in Konya Food and Agriculture University can also fill by stopping at the Metropolitan Municipality Elkart Branch Office.
The university students who were able to make applications from the Elkart Bureau of the Metropolitan Municipality Elkart Bureau and Zafer Square, expressed their satisfaction with the application and thanked the Metropolitan Municipality for their service.
ELKART ADVANTAGES DO NOT COMPLETE
Elkart owners can use their second and 60 60 discount in the 40 minutes on the transfer lines, and XNUMX can be used in XNUMX minutes.
For the use of discounted elkart, registration of the first residence in the Population Registration System must be within the provincial boundary of Konya. Students residing in dormitories must receive approved dormitory registration documents as well as elkart offices. Students from outside of the city are given 20 daily time during the construction of residence and dormitory records.