İETT, which provides services to Istanbul every day by 3 bin 70 buses, aims to increase awareness; disabled, elderly, pregnant and children with seats reserved for women 'update' makes. Instead of warning signs under the inner cabin windows of the buses, the seats are covered with sheaths with figures representing elderly, disabled, pregnant and women with children.
IETT, one of the most established institutions of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM), President Ekrem İmamoğluHe rolled up his sleeves to make positive discrimination by order of . IETT, which carries approximately 2 million passengers from one place to another by 3 thousand 70 buses every day, is making a new arrangement for the elderly, disabled, pregnant women and women with children to have a comfortable journey.
THE NUMBER OF SEATS WILL BE INCREASED
For now, it is aimed to raise awareness and increase passenger satisfaction with the new application tested on a small number of buses. In the interior cabinets of the buses, instead of the warning signs under the windows, the seats will be covered with covers containing figures representing the woman with the elderly, disabled, pregnant and children. IETT is also working to increase the number of seats reserved for private passengers to 4 on new buses.
KOLUKISA: “WARNING PLATES WAS NOT CREATING AWARENESS AR
Hamdi Alper Kolukısa, General Manager of IETT, pointed out that the warning signs on the sides of private seats were not noticed by the citizens and said, “These special passenger seats are sometimes used by other passengers. This means that it is difficult for our passengers to travel in those seats. ”
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Uk We want our passengers to contribute to this awareness in particular, Kol said Kolukısa. Our aim; to raise the awareness that these seats belong to disabled, elderly, children and pregnant passengers. ”