While the shops and commercial areas at the Greater Istanbul Bus Terminal, which is owned by İBB, are being rented out, the priority will be for the current tenants. IMM, which does not only aim for profit and profit, aims to provide a more reliable service with this understanding.
The management of Istanbul Bus Terminal, which was built according to the build-operate-transfer model and whose 25-year operation period ended on 5 May 2019, has been in Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) since 9 September. As soon as delivery, İBB, which carries out a comprehensive maintenance, repair and cleaning work within Otogar, opened a tender for the lease of commercial enterprises. Boğaziçi Yönetim AŞ, a subsidiary of IMM, was awarded the tender.
PRIORITY TO EXISTING RENTERS
İBB and Boğaziçi Yönetim AŞ decided to give priority to the operators that are actually operating in the operation of commercial areas located at the bus terminal. İBB paid attention to the preference of the operators working in the workplace, generating value and fulfilling their obligations to the Bus Terminal management.
Since Otogar's 25-year contract was XNUMX years old, the allocation documents ended at the end of the old contract period. IMM aims to make the bus station a safe place for all Istanbul residents without any profit or profit.
EVERYONE SATISFIED WITH THE NEW AUTOGRAPHY
In this context, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and its operator Boğaziçi Yönetim AŞ continue to work sensitively for a bus station that all Istanbul residents can use in peace. IMM carried out a comprehensive repair work after taking over the bus station. It implemented the central payment system and relieved the traffic at the entrance and exit. Public areas, especially toilets, which have received many complaints in the past, started to be renewed under the control of Boğaziçi Yönetim AŞ. Both Istanbul residents and artisans are satisfied with the bus station, which was mentioned with many negativities in the past.