Transportation in Bursa will be free of charge for everyone throughout the day between August and 11-14 August. 30 August Victory Day was also adopted unanimously in the Metropolitan Municipality Council.
Metropolitan Municipality Council held its ordinary meeting in July. At the meeting held under the chairmanship of President Alinur Aktaş, it was decided to have free transportation on religious and national holidays. According to this; During the Eid al-Adha, transportation between 11-14 August will be free for all day in Bursa. All citizens carrying 'Bursakart Üzerinde will be able to benefit from the municipal and private public buses, especially the rail systems, free of charge.
Similar to the decision introduced for the Eid al-Adha, 30 was also adopted for the August Victory Day. 30 On August Victory Day, the citizens of Bursa will be able to use all public transport within the city borders free of charge, as in the Eid al-Adha. Both decisions, which were evaluated separately, were recorded unanimously.
Mayor Alinur Aktas, Eid al-Adha and 30 August Victory Day due to free transportation applications wished to bring good luck. Stating that they attach special importance to each of the religious and national holidays, they did not accept any comparisons in this regard, Mayor Aktaş said, da During the Feast of Sacrifice, we made this decision in order to contribute to the visit of relatives and friends and strengthen the unity and solidarity. We brought the same application for 30 August Victory Day, where Commander-in-Chief Mustafa Kemal Atatürk removed enemy units from Anatolia. May it be auspicious for our people. ”
Alinur Aktaş, Mayor of the Metropolitan Municipality, a Good Party Assembly Member and Group SözcüMehmet Temirtaş'a 'get well' conveyed his wish. President Aktaş condemned the attack. In his speech, Mayor Aktaş informed the council members about the recent organizations of the Metropolitan Municipality and invited all Bursalis to the Uludağ Ultra Marathon between 19-21 July and the Turkish World Ata Sports Festival between July 19-21 July. In his speech, President Aktaş celebrated the 24 July Press Day of journalists.