IETT Will Increase Flights To Avoid Intensity In Public Transportation

iett will increase the trips to avoid intensity in public transportation
iett will increase the trips to avoid intensity in public transportation

Following the decision of reducing the passenger capacity in public transportation by 50 percent with the circular issued by the Ministry of Interior, IETT General Directorate will increase the number of trips during peak hours, preventing the partial intensity experienced in bus departure and return home.


Measures are being increased due to the coronavirus outbreak, which affects our country and the world. The Ministry of Internal Affairs issued a circular stating that the passenger carrying capacity stated in the vehicle license will be reduced by 50 percent in all public transportation vehicles.

Although there is a decrease of up to 70 percent in public transportation in Istanbul, additional measures were taken to prevent partial intensity in the morning and evening hours. In order to avoid an intensity exceeding the safe distance in public transportation vehicles in the city, some lines have been started to increase the timetable.

IETT General Directorate, one of the affiliated companies of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM), will increase the number of trips during peak hours, preventing the partial intensity experienced during bus commuting and return home.

In IETT buses, the production process of the driver's cabin continues in order to prevent the contact of drivers and passengers. In a short time, chauffeur protection cabin assembly will be completed for all buses connected to IETT.

Also; IETT, OTOBÜS AŞ and ÖHO buses will be posted informative banners. Informative stickers will be attached to the seats that should be left empty. The arrangement will be announced to the public with in-vehicle announcements.

On the other hand, the front doors of the vehicles in the metrobus line were closed to boarding and landing. In the application, which was initiated for the driver and passengers to travel at a safe distance, the first row of seats behind the driver in the vehicle was also closed.


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