TCDD: High rise to commuter fees

TCDD: The high rise in suburban wages is not correct. Some of the media coverage of some media broadcasts in the last year does not reflect the fact that the increase in suburban wages.

Suburban statement from TCDD:

- "The news in some media outlets that the highest increase in suburban wages has been made in the last year does not reflect the truth."
- "TCDD is not in a position to raise, on the contrary, it will continue to make all kinds of sacrifices for the economic travel of citizens"

The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) General Directorate, located in some media outlets reported that last year more than 1 suburb fees to reflect the fact that news reports do raise.

In a written statement made by TCDD, it was stated that the costs of urban public transportation were determined by the Transportation Coordination Center (UKOME) and TCDD had to legally comply with UKOME decisions.

In the statement, which stated that the wage adjustments were made in Ankara on 1 September 2011 and in Istanbul on 15 August 2012, it was stated that the said news did not reflect the truth.

  • No wage adjustments in Ankara since 2011

In the statement, it was noted that the same fee was applied to the urban transportation authorities in Ankara and Istanbul suburban trains, and it was reported that the suburban train fees on the Kayaş-Sincan line section in Ankara were applied as 2011 liras, which is the same fee as the municipal buses in 1,75.

In Istanbul, IETT, IDO, Private Public Buses, Private Marine Engines and Istanbul commuter trains 1 July 2006 Akbil based ticket systems, the date of the ticket integration is provided in the statement reminded, the following recorded:

“In this context, in line with UKOME decisions, starting from 15 August 2012, single-use ticket token fee is 3 lira, Akbil fee is 1,95 lira, 2 boarding passes 1,25 lira, 3 rd 1 lira, 4, 5 and 6 passes. It is set at 0,75 lira. In Istanbul suburban lines, which are suspended due to Marmaray works, ticket prices of up to 0,75 lira are applied instead of fixed ticket fees. TCDD is not in a position to raise, on the contrary, it will continue to make all kinds of sacrifices for the economic travel of citizens.

Source : www.memurlar.net

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