In the new academic year, which will start on Monday, September 6, IETT increases its flights by switching to the winter schedule. METRO İSTANBUL and ŞEHİR LINES are also increasing their capacity with additional flights.
Due to the opening of schools across the country on Monday, September 6, public transportation services are increasing in Istanbul. IETT, which will switch to autumn-winter order from Monday, will increase the number of flights. Some lines that remain closed during the summer period will be reactivated. In the new tariff scheme, it is planned to organize an average of 5 thousand 245 trips per day with a total of 9 thousand 351 vehicles and 44 thousand 88 drivers. Details about bus schedules can be accessed from iett.istabul or the MOBIETT application.
As of Monday, September 6, METRO ISTANBUL will organize 16 additional rail system services every day. It will serve with a daily capacity of 5 million 187 thousand 4 people with 701 thousand 530 flights.
ŞEHİR LINES, on the other hand, will organize 22 daily trips in the Bosphorus and Marmara Sea with 48 ships on 28 separate lines and 636 piers. ŞEHİR LINES will increase its flights by switching to the winter schedule on September 13. Expeditions will also increase on the İstinye – Çubuklu Car Ferry Line.
Schools ready for the school season
IMM prepared the problematic school roads and gardens for the new academic year. The problems in 43 schools in the city, which were conveyed to IMM by the district national education directorates, were resolved.
Within the scope of the work, the roads with deformed floors were repaired, while the sidewalks were repaired. On the ground with ponding in the rain, line construction and cleaning of the existing lines were carried out. In the school gardens, worn cobblestone and asphalt floors were repaired. Comprehensive works such as landscaping and infrastructure have been completed. Thus, schools have been transformed into areas where students and teachers will spend a safer and more comfortable time throughout the year.