The Metropolitan Municipality, which has been implementing the Action Plan to Combat Coronavirus since March and struggling to prevent the epidemic from spreading, announced that the sale of single-use Esbilets in public transport will be stopped as of November 5, and Hes Code will become mandatory for all Eskart. .
Eskisehir is one of the provinces with the highest rate of increase of cases in Turkey to prevent the spread of the outbreak Metropolitan Municipality continues to take various measures. Within the scope of the Ministry of Interior circulars and the protocol signed with the Ministry of Health, HES Code becomes mandatory in public transportation as of November 20.
Citizens need to match the indefinite Hes Codes they will receive via Hayat Eve Sığar mobile application, E-Government or SMS with their Eskart in order to benefit from public transportation service. Eskart holders http://www.eskisehir.bel.tr or http://www.estram.com.tr Metropolitan Municipality officials, who stated that they can make matching via, said, “Due to the increasing cases, such an application is made in line with the instructions of the relevant Ministries. In this context, we stop the single-use Esbilet sales on November 5th. Anyone who wants to benefit from public transportation will be able to use trams and buses with the Escards they will match with the Hes Code. The process of matching Hes Code and Eskart is a process that takes about 1 minute and is very important for public health. Our citizens will match the indefinite Hes Codes with the Eskart Numbers on the Filling Receipt they bought from the kiosks and markets during Eskart filling. Criminal action will be applied by the Ministry of Interior to anyone who has positive or contact and uses Eskart after 20 November. Our request from our citizens is to obtain their Hes Codes and match them with their cards until this date. Citizens who cannot perform this transaction over the internet, to our Head Office in the Old Marriage Office, Youth Center, ESMEK behind the Opera, 71 Evler ESMEK, Emek ESMEK and ESMEK in Yunus Emre Public Bazaar during working hours. They stated that those who do not perform this transaction cannot benefit from public transportation service.