How Will Public Transport Be During The Restriction In Istanbul?

Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality took the necessary measures and measures to prevent victims of healthcare workers and citizens who have to work due to their mandatory duties in the 23-day curfew restriction to be applied on April 24-25-26-4.


IETT, a subsidiary of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, will organize 23 or even 24 445 flights on Thursday, April 7 and Friday, April 747, when the citizens have limited shopping opportunities. Depending on the citizens who will make grocery shopping, the flights will be held between 07:00 and 20:00. Bus density will be monitored instantly with cameras and the number of trips will be increased if necessary.

On 23-24 April, the metrobus every 06 minutes between 00: 10-00: 3, every 10 minutes between 00: 16-00: 10, every 16 minutes between 00: 20-00: 3, 20: 00-01: It was planned to run every 00 minutes between 10.


On 23-24 April, the metrobus is planned to run every 06.00 minutes between 10.00-3, every 10.00 minutes between 16.00-10, every 16.00 minutes between 20.00-3, and every 20.00 minutes between 01.00-10.

As in the previous curfew, hospitals will be served. For this, the hospitals will be called one by one and they will be asked if they have any requests. 55 buses were allocated for the work of the security forces.

As of the previous weekend, IETT will organize 25 even 26 thousand 445 daily buses for employees on Saturday, April 4 and Sunday, April 670, where the full curfew will be applied. Working hours are planned as 07.00-10.00 and 17.00-20.00.

Metrobus will run every 06.00 minutes between 10.00-3, every 10.00 minutes between 16.00-10, every 16.00 minutes between 20.00-3, and every 20.00 minutes between 24.00-15. During these two days, there will be a shuttle service to the hospitals and 55 buses will be allocated to the police.


Metro Istanbul will serve mandatory employees in the morning and evening hours on the 4-rail system line for 8 days, where curfew will be imposed.

The flights will be held every Thursday, April 23, and Friday, April 24, between 07.00-20.00, April 25 and April 26, between 07.00-10.00 and 17.00-20.00 every 30 minutes. Density in the subways will be followed instantly with cameras. When necessary, the number of trips will increase.

Rail systems to serve are:

  • M1A Yenikapı-Atatürk Airport Subway
  • M1B Yenikapı-Kirazlı Metro
  • M2 Yenikapı-Hacıosman Metro
  • M3 Kirazlı-Olimpiyat-Başakşehir Subway
  • M4 Kadıköy-Tavşantepe Metro
  • M5 Üsküdar-Çekmeköy Metro
  • T1 Kabataş-Bağcılar Tramway
  • T4 Topkapı-Masjid-i Selam Tramway

M6 Levent-Boğaziçi Ü. / Hisarüstü Metro, T3 Kadıköy-Moda Tram, F1 Taksim-Kabataş Funicular, TF1 Maçka-Taşkışla and TF2 Eyüp-Piyer Loti Ropeway Lines, which were suspended due to lack of demand before, will not serve for 4 days. .


City Lines will continue to serve citizens who are forced to work with 23 different ferry lines on April 26-6. There will be 23 flights on 24-127 April and 25 flights on 26-85 April. Departure times will vary between 20-30 minutes depending on the intensity.

During the 96-hour curfew on City Lines, 604 personnel will be on duty at ships, piers and Haliç Shipyard.

The ferry lines that will serve are as follows:

  • Üsküdar-Karaköy-Eminönü Ferry Line,
  • Kadıköy-Karaköy-Eminönü Ferry Line,
  • Kadıköy-Beşiktaş Ferry Line,
  • Kabataş-Adalar Ferry Line,
  • Bostancı-Adalar Ferry Line,
  • İstinye-Çubuklu Ferry Line

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