Due to the congestion on the 63 Balıklıgöl line in Şanlıurfa and the parking on the roadsides in the Balıklıgöl region, the Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Department conducted a one-on-one survey and asked the citizens about the demands of the citizens for the line to be paid again and the parking fees to be rearranged.
Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality, which prioritizes public satisfaction in every service it provides, conducted a survey with citizens for 63 Balıklıgöl lines and parkomat applications in the sense of participatory municipalism. In the survey, questions were asked about whether the 63 line should continue to be free of charge and how much the parkomat fees should be.
In the survey conducted by Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Department, approximately 250 business operators on Sarayönü Street were asked whether they were satisfied with the 63 Balıklıgöl line being free of charge. Citizens who wanted the free application to be removed were asked how much the boarding fees should be.
Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Department teams measured the demands from citizens in the field with a survey and also asked the participants about the vehicles parked on the roadside. While some citizens stated that by increasing the fee schedule, roadside parking would decrease, some citizens stated that the first 15 minutes should be free and an additional fee should be introduced for the following hours.
On the other hand, Şanlıurfa Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Zeynel Abidin Beyazgül decided to provide free service for the 63 Balıklıgöl line for a year at the promotion ceremony of the trambuses he brought to the city.