Ministry of Transport Said to Stop Selling Bus Tickets to Exorbitant Prices

the ministry of transport said stop selling bus tickets at an exorbitant price
the ministry of transport said stop selling bus tickets at an exorbitant price

Transport and Infrastructure Minister Adil Karaismailoglu said in a statement that companies had to reduce the number of trips in road passenger transportation within the scope of the measures taken against the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) outbreak.


Karaismailoğlu, who stated that it was determined that after the expedition of the expeditions, some businesses started to set off their buses after they had filled a certain part, Karaismailoğlu said:

“Because of the situation in question, our citizens started to have to wait in the terminals in the morning, both due to getting permission and waiting for the buses to be filled to a certain extent. In order to correct this situation in favor of the citizens, we have made some temporary arrangements for the sector in the Road Transport Regulation by the General Directorate of Transport Services Regulation under our Ministry. We have implemented a 50 percent discount ceiling fare tariff for passenger terminal operators by road. With this discount, the ceiling fare tariff has been determined for companies carrying out scheduled passenger transportation. In this way, we are instrumental in increasing the number of flights that companies will organize. ”

Change Criteria for Flights

Pointing out that they have made other regulations within the scope of the regulation, Karaismailoğlu said, “We have provided the companies with the opportunity to transfer the passengers they will carry to other companies for 3 months. Thus, we will prevent our citizens from waiting at the terminals to say 'let the bus be filled'. We will ensure that our citizens reach their destination without any problems and we will be instrumental in the companies being less affected by this process. ” used expressions.

Karaismailoğlu stated that with the same arrangement, the companies carrying scheduled passenger transportation were able to change their timetable in the timetable, 2 hours in advance, provided that the passengers who bought tickets were informed in advance.

“Nobody Can Achieve Unfair Profit From Our Citizens”

Karaismailoğlu emphasized that they received the senses that there were tickets to the citizens at exorbitant prices, especially after the decrease in the number of trips.

“As the administration, we have applied the necessary sanctions to companies and individuals under the stairs trying to benefit from this process. In this process, nobody can gain unfair earnings from our citizens. With the arrangement we made, we have determined the floor and ceiling fee tariff for domestic scheduled passenger transportation activities by road and ended the application of exorbitant prices to our citizens. ”

Karaismailoğlu, informing that the companies carrying out international transportation have taken measures to reduce the difficulties in data entry due to the Kovid-19 outbreak, said, “With this regulation, we postponed the penalty points of international transportation companies using UBAK Permit Certificate to 30 June.” said.

Thanks to the Logistics Sector

Minister Karaismailoğlu said that many companies operating in road transport within the scope of the Kovid-19 measures are working with the understanding of service to the citizens by showing superhuman efforts.

Emphasizing that these companies provide shelves to be filled in the markets and that they are on the road to meet all the needs of the citizens, Karaismailoğlu said:

“On this occasion, all our healthcare professionals and all the people working in this process, carrying them from road construction to supervisors and, most importantly, food, detergent, hygiene materials, to our home, markets, pharmacies, which are invisible heroes in the transportation sector that we strive to manage. I would like to thank all our logistics employees for a loan. ”



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