Another Good News for Antalya Students in Public Transportation

another good news to the students of Antalya
another good news to the students of Antalya

Mayor Böcek pleases students' decision Graduates of high school will benefit from 1 year discount


Antalya Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Coordination Center (UKOME) has made a series of decisions to delight students. With the arrangement made by UKOME under the instruction of President Muhittin Böcek, late graduates from high school will be able to use a discounted card for one more year during university preparation. UKOME also after Alanya, Kemer, Serik, Manavgat and Gazipasa also made a discount on public transport students. University students who use 1 cubic meters of water free of charge, then the public transport in Alanya from 5 pounds to 2.25 pounds Antalya Metropolitan Municipality, students continue to take decisions to delight. Antalya Metropolitan Municipality Transportation Coordination Center (UKOME), upon the instruction of Mayor Muhittin Böcek'in high school graduates, a year after graduation to continue to use the discounted public transport card has decided.

STUDENT DISCOUNT IN 4 DISTRICTS

UKOME also applied discounts on public transport price tariffs for students in 4 districts after Alanya. Kemer, Serik, Manavgat, 2.25 pounds for the student fee 2 pounds, 2.50 pounds in Gazipaşa public transport price was reduced to 2 pounds.

WELCOME TO STUDENTS

Mayor Muhittin Böcek wished the new UKOME resolutions and the discounted prices available on public buses to be beneficial to all students and said, gençler The young people whom Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk has entrusted our future are very valuable for us. As the Metropolitan Municipality of Antalya, we continue to provide our contribution to continue their education. We have already taken the discount decision for 4 districts in Alanya. We did not forget our young people preparing for university. After high school, they will benefit from another year of discount. We will continue to work and support our students and young people. ”



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