Operating the rail systems in Istanbul, Metro Istanbul A.Ş requested a discount of 15 percent rent paid to İBB. Revenue ratio of 1 percent paid for rent in T3, T4, T6 and M15 lines where vehicles belonging to Metro Istanbul A.Ş. is reduced to 5 percent. Describing the details of the decision, Law Commission CHP Member İsa Öztürk said, “We asked why they want a rent discount now. 'It was okay when the economic situation was good, but now we are also experiencing economic difficulties. We are looking for a remedy to avoid a raise, 'they said. used expressions.
According to the news of Özlem Güvemli from SÖZCÜ; All rail system, funicular and cable car lines that are under the authority of IETT General Directorate were transferred to Metro Istanbul A.Ş from İBB companies for 2011 years in 30. Within the scope of the transfer, it was decided to pay 20 percent of passenger revenue and 50 percent of non-travel revenue such as advertisement and occupation to IMM.
In 2017, a parliamentary decision was made on this issue and a discount was made. It was decided to pay 15 percent of the business revenue to IMM. Metro Inc. applied to IMM again on 29 November 2018 and requested revision. The request was brought to the agenda during the January session of the IMM Assembly. In the claim application, Bağcılar-Kabataş (T1), KadıköyIt is stated that Metro Istanbul A.Ş. is the property of a total of 3 rail system vehicles, including 4 vehicles operated on the Fashion (T181), Topkapı-Masjid Selam (T6) tram lines and 32 vehicles operated on the Levent-Boğaziçi University (M213) metro line.
RENTAL IN 15 PERCENT OF ALL LINES
It is necessary to revise the rental price on T15, T1, T3, M4 lines, which are operated by Metro Istanbul A.Ş., without any lease or commercial provision, in order to continue sustainable business activities effectively and efficiently, with a 6 percent rental rate on all lines. was released. Metro Istanbul suggested that 3 percent of the travel revenues of the lines in which the vehicles are owned are paid to İBB as a rental, and the remaining rental rate on other lines remains 15 percent. In the evaluation made by the relevant commissions, the demand for the rental rate of 3 percent was increased to 5 percent and regulation was made by maintaining the 15 percent rate on other lines. The decision was accepted by majority vote in the session of the IMM Assembly in January.
Describing the details of the decision to SÖZCÜ, Law Commissioner CHP member İsa Öztürk said, “According to the information given in the commission, Metro A.Ş's payment of rent at the same rate after the ownership of the wagons was criticized in the TCA reports. So they needed editing. It has been a long time since this report came out. We asked why they wanted a rent discount now. 'It was okay when the economic situation was good, but now we are also experiencing economic difficulties. We are looking for a remedy to avoid a raise, 'they said. The biggest expense of the company is electricity. The İBB company, which has increased energy costs due to hikes to electricity, asked for a rental discount in order not to increase the price of tickets before the election ”. Öztürk stated that the advertising units, which are the main source of income of Metro A.Ş, will not be operated by the company anymore due to the fact that the Court of Accounts found it against the legislation. Rental discounts were made at a rate corresponding to the advertising income. ” Öztürk recently reminded that İSPARK also asked for a rent discount in a similar way and stated that they gave a rejection vote for this decision because the IMM companies were not operated efficiently.
110 MILLION LIRA, 87 MILLION FALLS LIRAA
According to the information provided by Öztürk, Metro A.Ş paid approximately 2018 million 110 thousand liras to İBB in 438. Planning to pay 15 million liras with the 3 percent rental rate reduced to 83 percent, Metro A.Ş. was planning to equalize nearly 27 million liras lost from advertising income in this way. According to the 5 percent rate approved by IMM, approximately 87 million TL will be paid annually. (SPOKESMAN)