Ankara Metropolitan Municipality continues its efforts to provide faster and more comfortable transportation services to the citizens of the Capital. EGO General Directorate, which moved the 3rd Regional Bus Operation Branch Directorate to its new 6 thousand square meter campus in Mamak Yakupabdal District, has now moved the Gölbaşı Bus Departure Point to its new location.
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality, which has made many innovations in the field of transportation in the capital, continues to work by establishing modern facilities so that citizens can travel more comfortably and safely.
Gölbaşı 49th Bus Departure Point, where buses providing transportation services from Gölbaşı center and its neighborhoods to the city center are deployed, started to serve at its new address on 35th Street in Bahçelievler Mahallesi.
49. THE MOVEMENT POINT HAS BEEN REPLACED
Gölbaşı Bus Departure Point, which provides public transportation services with 33 vehicles on 50 routes to the city center of Ankara, was moved over time due to the expansion of its service area and the increase in the number of service vehicles.
Stating that their goal is to provide better quality and faster service to citizens, EGO 4th Region Bus Operations Branch Manager Süleyman Çakır gave the following information about the new starting point:
“We serve 33 neighborhoods in our Gölbaşı district with 50 vehicles. For this reason, due to the limited possibilities of our old departure point, we have completed the construction of a new departure point and park area on an area of 6 thousand square meters in Bahçelievler District and presented it to the service of our citizens. It serves our citizens in Gölbaşı with 50 vehicles per day, and the capacity of our parking area is up to 70 vehicles.”
The starting point, which has a parking capacity of 70 vehicles and started to serve in an area of 6 thousand square meters, will enable citizens to benefit from a more comfortable and contemporary public transportation service. 50 Bus Departure Points throughout the capital will continue to be revised in line with needs and demands.