Public Transport in Istanbul Increased by 31 Percent Compared to March 248,5

Public transportation in Istanbul increased by a percentage compared to March
Public transportation in Istanbul increased by a percentage compared to March

As of the end of June, the number of trips in public transportation has increased by 36 percent in Istanbul. The daily trip increased by 31 percent compared to March 248,5, exceeding 3 million 569 thousand. 49,2 percent of the passengers preferred the bus, 27,8 percent preferred metro-tram, 13,2 percent preferred Metrobus, 6,6 percent Marmaray and 3,2 percent maritime. Traffic density index increased by 135 percent compared to the previous month and reached 30; It reached the level of 18.00 before the Covid-19 period at 66, when the density was highest. Vehicle passage between the two sides increased by 23,4 percent compared to May; the most crossings took place on Friday, June 26.


Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Istanbul Statistics Office evaluated the developments in Istanbul transportation in June 2020 Istanbul Transportation Bulletin. The bulletin, which it detected the first cases in Turkey Covidien-19 before and after the March 11, April, May and June compared values.

THE NUMBER OF JOURNEY INCREASED 36 PERCENT IN JUNE

The number of smart ticket users, which was an average of 1 million 5 thousand 2 between 625-455 June, increased by 22 percent between 26-26,9 June and reached 3 million 331 thousand 534. The number of trips increased by 30 percent on June 36 to 3 million 569 thousand 764. The increase rate for passengers over 60 was 145 percent.

DAILY JOURNEY HAS PASSED 3,5 MILLIONS

As of March 19, after the Covid-31 determination, the average daily trip was 1 million 24 thousand 248, this number increased to 30 million 248,5 thousand 3 with an increase of 569 percent as of 764 June.

THE MOST BUS IS USED

In June, 49,2 percent of passengers are buses, 27,8 percent are metro-trams, 13,2 percent are Metrobus, 6,6 percent are Marmaray and 3,2 percent are seaways. preferred.

VEHICLE MOBILITY BETWEEN 15.00 - 18.00 HOURS

On the days when curfew is not forbidden, the busiest vehicle mobility is generally between 15.00-17.00; On the days of the ban, it was between 17.00-19.00.

23,4 PERCENT RISE IN TRANSITION BETWEEN TWO COLLAR

On weekdays and on the days when there is no curfew, the number of vehicles crossing the collar in May was 328 thousand 220 per day, while it was 405 thousand 169 in June.

MOST TRANSITION, 26 JUNE FRIDAYS RECORDED

The busiest transition in June occurred during the week of June 08-14; The busiest day was on Friday, June 26. 46,5 percent of the collar passes are from July 15 Martyrs, 38,5 percent from FSM, 6,2 percent from YSS bridges; 8,7 percent was realized through the Eurasia Tunnel.

2 THOUSAND 337 VEHICLES PER HOUR

While the average number of hourly vehicles passing through 94 sections on main arteries on weekdays in May was 523 thousand, this number increased to 2 thousand 337 in June. The number of vehicles was hourly between 11-15 May, seeing the highest weekday average and became 888 thousand. The hourly average of vehicles increased by 8 percent on June 12-24,5, compared to the highest weekday average of May, was realized as 2 thousand 350.

TRAFIC INTENSITY INDEX IS 30

While the traffic density index was measured as 10 with the effect of curfews in April, it was 13 in May. In June, it increased by 135 percent compared to the previous month and was measured as 30.

THE MOST DENSITY AT 18.00 HOURS

The index value, which was measured at 18.00 on weekdays, with the highest density, was 19 before Covid-66 and reached this level in June.

VEHICLE AVERAGE SPEED DECREASED BY 4 PERCENT

Average speeds on the road network, which increased with the holidays, dropped with the start of the normalization process in May. However, speed values ​​were still above the average in early March.

The average speed of the weekday morning peak hour observed at the beginning of March as 54 km / hour was calculated as 61 km / hour in June. Likewise, the average speed of the peak hour on weekdays increased from 46 km / h to 49 km / h.

13 PERCENT IMPROVEMENTS IN TRAFFIC PERIOD

From the beginning of March (between Bayrampaşa and Kozyatağı), the average time of the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge passes from 72 minutes to 37 minutes at the peak hour on weekdays. On the 15 July Bridge (Halıcıoğlu - Kadıköy) fell from an average of 62 minutes to 30 minutes. Overall, the average daily traffic in the week over the routes under review improved compared to the beginning of March, compared to the rate in April, improving by 13 percent.

In the Bulletin, which was prepared using the data of the Public Transportation Services Directorate, BELBİM and İBB Transportation Management Center, speed and duration studies were carried out by using the sensors on the main routes.



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