How Many Passengers Do IETT Carry?

How many passengers carry iett days
How many passengers carry iett days

How Many Passengers Do IETT Carry a Day ?; The topic of Hareket Urban Mobility in Smart Cities ”was discussed at IMM's Ulaşım Sustainable Transportation Congress.. Moderated by Prof.Dr. Dr. In his session, Haluk Gerçek discussed topics such as transportation analysis, smart transportation systems and urban mobility assessments.

Ihsan Eroğlu from IETT, İSBAK A.Ş. General Manager Esat Temimhan and Murat Güvenç from Kadir Has University took place as speakers. In the panel section, Prof. from METU. Dr. Hüseyin Tarık Şengül and Professor of New York University. Dr. Kaan Özbay joined the speakers.

ISBAK on site for transportation

İSBAK A.Ş. Esat Temimhan, General Manager, stated that it is very important to be able to hold such meetings in Istanbul. “ISBAK was established to carry out the maintenance works of IMM. Today we are still in this business. However, ISBAK has undergone a transformation in years. ISBAK started to attach importance to R & D activities in this transformation process..

Temimhan stated that ISBAK's field of activity has expanded and diversified due to the traffic density of Istanbul.

“It is very important to measure and observe the traffic in the field. We have developed a system called 'ATAK' which enables us to manage the intersections more efficiently. We also carry out electronic inspections with the so-called 'EDS' system. We all see that the audit is successful in the countries with good traffic. The systems that we produce and manage in different titles are working in the field. ”

It is important to bring mind and city together

Murat Güvenç from Kadir Has University also met the "Smart" concept in English. sözcüDrawing attention to the fact that its work contains a conscious description, “There are many different service areas in the city. We can receive service in these areas through a physical or virtual network. Traditionally it could be effective if the problem was designed for peak loads. However, in the principles of this design, it became clear that it was necessary to focus on fair use rather than using the service effectively. The criterion of providing fair and equal service to all has disappeared over time. The understanding of local service provision has changed around the world. "This new system has developed and spread in a neo-liberal understanding all over the world," he said.

Stating that there is a transformation in which cities are competing with each other and that this period may not be easy, Güvenç emphasized that developed technologies in the local context may be effective between technological determinism and destructive technology. Guvenc, “As a result, I think it is more accurate to develop technologies in which people in the city can have information, sözler he concluded.

Daily Istanbul Card mobility 7 million

İhsan Eroğlu, Head of Transportation Planning Department at İETT, said that they worked on the Istanbul Card data and made a good mobility analysis. According to October 2019 data, IETT carries around 5 million passengers a day and continued his speech as follows:

Önemli The important value for us is that we can obtain passenger data during peak times. We can see from this data that student usage increased after the discount in student subscription service. IETT has created a business intelligence platform with the data it produces. In this way, it is possible to take many decisions more healthy. In order to generate the data correctly, it is possible to obtain a better result by taking the data of the transportation vehicles used outside the IETT. We can make our decisions healthier with a simulation obtained from all data ”.

Another panelist, Prof.Dr. Dr. Tariq Hussein said Sengul in Turkey not monitored closely enough to the local governments technologies, "the rulers of the city trying to manage a dynamic and dynamic structure. When we say 'Smart Cities', we make an extreme description in such a structure. What kind of city model, what kind of city administration do we see behind this smart city model? In an increasingly complex world, we see smart cities as projections of large states and large capital. It may not be an escape from today's world of technology, but we must have a certain perspective. Open-access technology is possible. ”

Foreign guests also took part in the panel

He attended New York University. Dr. Kaan Özbay gave information about the project named “C2SMART ğı. Stating that the projects that started academically started to see the interest of the sector, Özbay said that a sectoral opening opportunity emerged.

Özbay said, “We care about making some scientific background explanations instead of accessing comments from some data. What we do can be a learning opportunity where data can be put together where there is much data, such as Istanbul. ”

Günceleme: 19/12/2019 10:09

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