A new one has been added to the student-friendly practices of Ankara Metropolitan Mayor Mansur Yavas. Free ring service for students studying at METU started with the instructions of President Yavaş. Thanks to the free transportation service of EGO buses on weekdays, students will both relax economically and do not have to walk to the campus.
The practices of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, which facilitate the lives of students in the capital, continue without slowing down.
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Mansur Yavaş, who ordered the implementation of projects aimed at contributing to the economies of students with the slogan of “student friendly city”, recently launched free ring services that will provide transportation to METU students.
INTENSIVE INTEREST FROM STUDENTS ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE APPLICATION
From the first day, students showed great interest in the shuttle service that entered the campus.
In line with the agreement between the General Directorate of EGO and the Rector's Office of METU, two EGO buses will ring every 08.00 minutes between 18.00-15 on weekdays.
Ring service starting from METU A1 gate; YDYO, İİBF, Rectorate, KKM, Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, School and Architecture Faculty will carry students.
DOUBLE EASY TO STUDENTS
It will also make an important contribution to the implementation budgets, which will enable students to walk up to the faculty buildings during the winter months and provide ease of transportation.
METU students who started to use EGO buses that will serve under the name of Light Brown A-1 Ringi expressed their satisfaction with the following words:
-İrem Arslan (Preparatory Department): “I was walking every day from A-1 to campus. Ring services were very good for us students. I would like to thank everyone who contributed."
-Burcu Koç (Department of Information Systems): “Transportation in the morning was a huge problem for us. We would like to thank Ankara Metropolitan Municipality and our Mayor Mansur Yavaş for this opportunity. ”
-Kardelen İşlek (Department of Environmental Engineering): “The rings are serious trouble at METU. We have great difficulties especially in the morning. The number of ring services was insufficient. This application started by the Metropolitan was very good. Thanks to everybody for their exertion."