Public transport trips increased by 8,3 percent per month and weekend trips by 22 percent. While buses were the most preferred, an increase occurred in all passenger categories. On the Mecidiyeköy-Mahmutbey M28 Metro Line, which was opened on October 7, an average of 28 passengers per day was transported between 31 and 17 October. On weekdays, an average of 844 thousand 479 vehicles passed by collar on a daily basis. The highest intensity in collar crossings was experienced between 786-15.00. The traffic density index, which remained at the same level as September, was measured as 17.00 on average.
Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Statistics Office published the November issue of the Istanbul Transportation Bulletin, which includes October public transport data. Changes in public transportation were reflected in the figures as follows:
On the total trip 8,3 percent increase
In public transport, the total number of trips increased by 8,3 percent per month and by 4,8 percent in the average number of trips per day.
EMore than n buses were used
48,4 percent of smart ticket rides, rubber-wheeled public transportation, 28,6 percent Metro-Tram, 12,8 percent Metrobus, 6,8 percent Marmaray and 3,4 percent preferred seaway.
Travel increased in all categories
There was an increase in all passenger categories on a monthly basis. There was an increase of 6,7 percent in citizen crossings, 12,1 percent in student transfers, 60 percent over the age of 6, and 4,4 percent in disabled citizens' travels.
Weekend trip increased by 22 percent
Weekend trips increased by 22 percent per month and weekday trips by 4 percent.
M7 Metro line opened for use
On the Mecidiyeköy-Mahmutbey M28 Metro Line, which was opened on October 7, an average of 28 passengers per day was transported between 31 - 17 October.
The busiest crossing through the main arteries is on October 16
The hourly number of vehicles passing through 94 sections on the main arteries during the week was 2 thousand 402 in September, and 2 thousand 331 in October. The highest level was recorded on October 16, with an hourly average of 2 thousand 471 vehicles.
Peak hour is 08.00
The peak time of vehicle activity on weekdays was 13.00 to 15.00 and the busiest time was 08.00. The peak hours of the traffic on weekdays and weekends were measured as 13.00 and 15.00.
Most collar passes on October 2
The daily average number of vehicles crossing the collar on weekdays was recorded as 479 thousand 786. The busiest day of the collar transition was Friday, October 509 with 444 thousand 2 vehicles. 39,2 percent of the vehicles passed through the 15 July, 45,6 percent FSM, 6,3 percent YSS and 8,9 percent Eurasia Tunnel.
Epeak hours between 15.00-17.00
The highest intensity was seen between 15.00-17.00 and the least intensity between 03.00-05.00 in the collar passages.
Traffic density index, 28
The traffic density index remained at the same level as in September, and was measured at an average of 28. The highest index average was observed on Fridays and the lowest on Sundays.
The traffic density index on weekdays was measured as 30 on average, at the same level as in September. Looking at the hourly distribution on weekdays in October, peak intensity was measured as an average of 18.00 at 62:83. Looking at the weekend, the value remained at the same level as in September. The highest traffic density index was measured with 9 on Friday, September 18.00 at XNUMX:XNUMX.
Average speed same as September
Weekday average speed on the routes remained the same as in September, measured at 59,5 km / h. While the average speed during the week did not change compared to September, the weekend average was 0,9 km / h with a decline of 62,2 percent.
The time in traffic has decreased
The average daily time in traffic on the road network on weekdays decreased by only 0,9 percent compared to September. While the time spent at the morning peak hour decreased by 3,3 percent, it increased by 1,9 percent at the evening peak hour.
In the Bulletin, which was prepared using the data of the Public Transportation Services Directorate, BELBİM and İBB Transportation Management Center, speed and duration studies were carried out by using the sensors on the main routes.