The half-discounted public transportation service launched by İzmir Metropolitan Mayor Tunç Soyer under the name of “Public Transportation Taşıt is increased from two hours to three hours a day. According to the unanimous adoption of the new application, the reduced tariff will be taken an hour early in the morning and begin at 05.00.
The second gospel in transportation concerns families who receive financial support from Izmir Metropolitan Municipality within the scope of Social Assistance Regulation. 0-5 children under the age of social support within the scope of low-income families 10 boarding pass will be given monthly.
Two important decisions regarding public transportation were taken at the ordinary meeting of the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality in July. The duration of the Halk Public Transportation Application ğı launched by İzmir Metropolitan Municipality in April 29 has been extended. 06.00 - 07.00 in the morning, 19.00 percent discount between 20.00 - 50 in the evening, will be applied one hour earlier in the morning and will be applied between 05.00 - 07: 00. The application, which is among the election projects of Mayor Tunç Soyer, which has been highly acclaimed since the first day, will be spread to 3 hours per day. Public Transportation Application covers bus, subway, tram, suburban and marine transportation in the city.
The second important decision on transportation will delight families with low incomes and children. A new application is also being launched for families receiving financial support from Izmir Metropolitan Municipality within the scope of Social Assistance Regulation. 0-5 children under the age of social support within the scope of low-income families 10 boarding pass will be given monthly. In order to ensure that children take part in the social life in the most innocent period, the mother or father who travels with their children will not pay travel fees with this application. Both articles adopted unanimously in Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Assembly will come into force as of 1 August.