According to the forecasts of the authorities, the transfer of public transport in 24-hour mode reduces traffic jams in Istanbul by 30%.This innovation – is the initiative of the new mayor Ekrem Imamoğlu. Since 30 August, 24-hour continuous public transport (including official holidays, religious holidays and weekends) was introduced on six metro lines and 24 bus routes.The head of Istanbul municipality Ekrem Imamoglu gave a press conference on the occasion of the new schedule of public transport.Watch movement transport is indicated from 00.30 to 05.30 am.Istanbul became the eighth city in the world to operate a significant part of public transport, including the metro, around the clock. Seven other cities include New York, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Chicago, Tokyo, Copenhagen and Sydney.It is known that the night rate on public transport in Istanbul is twice higher than the day, except for weekends and national holidays (April 23, May 19, August 30, October 29, New Year’s Eve). These days, travel will be free around the clock.According to the mayor, this is only the first stage, and in the future the number of “night” lines and public transport routes will be systematically expanded.