Coronavirus outbreak, which made the Marmaray Turkey's busiest public transport was also affected. In Turkey, following the announcement of the first case was detected in the Marmaray 450 460 thousand passengers transported per day, fell to 420-430 thousand. It is stated that it may drop some more. It is stated that the citizen, if possible, focuses on individual transportation rather than collective and focuses on travel by car.
Haberturk 'According to the news of Ten Olcay Aydilek; The second case in Turkey coronavirus was detected. After the official announcement about the first patient, there was a shift, especially from the public transport, towards the individual. Citizens, who continue to benefit from public transportation systems, use “individual” measures in order to avoid getting infected in the subway, suburban trains and city buses or minibuses, while some citizens have turned to travel by car as a new individual measure.
DOWN TO 420 THOUSANDS
The first sign of this came from Marmaray. In Marmaray, 450 to 460 thousand passengers are transported daily under ordinary conditions. The number of passengers in a short period of time following the description of the first case seen in Turkey was down nearly 10 percent. The number of passengers per day fell to 420-430 thousand. It is stated that it may drop some more.