TÜBİTAK has quit work to investigate traffic problem in Istanbul

TÜBİTAK has left the power of work, investigating this: TUBITAK rolls up its sleeves and embarks on work to solve the transportation problem in Istanbul. Tübitak, which will enter a joint project with IETT, will solve the traffic problem of Istanbul. They will build such a system that the flights will be increased during peak hours. It is planned to consider an automation system.


Kadir Topbaş and Tübitak, who won the victory, rolled up their sleeves and are thinking together about the traffic problem in Istanbul. Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Council approved IETT's 2013 Annual Report. IETT General Manager Hayri Baraçlı said that they realized their budget of over 2 billion by 90 percent and provided Istanbulites with a safe and quality journey in world standards.

Director Hayri Baraçlı stated that they carried approximately 52 thousand passengers with 535 vehicles on the 8-kilometer Söğütlüçeşme-Beylikdüzü Metrobus line with 906 thousand 800 trips per day. Stating that they have signed a 24-month protocol with TÜBİTAK to increase the efficiency of the bus and all bus lines in Istanbul, Baraçlı continued his words as follows: 'With this project we started, we are creating a more flexible line structure. It will be an exemplary model that reduces the waiting and travel time of our passengers at the stops. We will have integrated the entire transportation system under the responsibility of IETT, comfortable, fast, reliable and integrated with each other. '

POPULATION UP TO CHINA

Indicating that IETT serves with environmentalist vehicles on all lines, Baraçlı said that IETT is a giant institution with 7 235 employees. Expressing that they have traveled 2013 million, 3 million 59 thousand flights and covered 700 million kilometers and carried 5 million passengers with a fleet of 379 thousand 170 buses in 462; He noted that 6 percent of public transportation in Turkey was carried out by IETT.

 

 


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