Pilot application of Turkey Card has been completed: It will be used in 6 provinces by the end of the year – Last Minute Turkey News

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Abdulkadir Uraloğlu made evaluations about Türkiye Card. Regarding Türkiye Kart, which offers the opportunity to benefit from all transportation services and the financial system, he said: “Our aim within the scope of the project is to put Türkiye Kart into use in every field by establishing an exchange, switch, netting and operation center in which all stakeholders in the transportation sector, where urban public transportation services are provided, will be involved.” . To ensure that Turkey Card can be used as a single card for transportation, money transfers, shopping and many other needs.” he said.


Minister Uraloğlu said, “Technical infrastructure processes have been completed in Konya. The new airport metro line integration in Istanbul is also ready. The contract process with Kayseri Metropolitan, Yozgat and Gümüşhane Municipalities has been completed. In line with the Presidential Annual Program, our goal is to launch the project in 6 provinces by the end of 2023. The umbrella contract processes for the commissioning of Türkiye Kart in all rail systems operated by TCDD and TCDD Taşımacılık continue. Post-contract integration processes will be initiated on GAZİRAY, BAŞKENTRAY and İZBAN lines. We aim to expand the project by including other municipalities and operators in the system in the future. Türkiye Card Project will bring a significant transformation to the transportation sector. “Our citizens will be able to carry out transportation and payment transactions more easily, quickly and effectively,” he said.


Turkey Card, which will be used in 6 provinces at the end of the year, can be used in public transportation, POS and ATM devices, municipal fees and tax payments, parking payments, contracted workplaces, taxi payments, food and beverage vending machines. In addition, top-up transactions can be made via PTT channels, banks and government institutions, online channels, mobile application and contracted workplaces.

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