All public transport in Bodrum and the private public transport (ÖTTA) are under the control of the municipality of Muttaş.
Muttash - Muğla Province Public Transport Authority - city bus and dolmush
Some things to know
The location of the bus or dolmus is written in large letters on the windshield. Also number.
They all have a regular schedule.
Ring means :
Return to the same point where it started, where the bus turns and comes back to the beginning. So these buses have no terminus.
Belediye means :
City buses that are not private and belong to the city of Muğla.
On the bus it says : Muğla Büyükşehir Belediyesi
Dolmuş means :
They are checked and controlled by the Muğla Province Transport Authority.
But they are private public transport (Dolmush - collective bus or also called collective taxi.)
On the bus it says : Muğla Büyükşehir Belediyesi Özel Toplu Taşıma Aracı.
No more cash in public transport
In public transport as part of the coronavirus measures, it has no longer been possible to pay for travel with cash in the vehicles since March 26, 2020. This arecredit card - no-touch payment, 2D Muğla Kart or KENTKART valid !
HES Code (abbr. HAYAT EVE SIĞAR - LIFE FITS INTO HOME ) is a must in public transport!
From December 1st 2020 it is a must for everyone! Without the HES code, you are not allowed to use public transport.
Answer to the most frequently asked question
With Muttaş public transport you cannot go directly from Bodrum to → Dalaman, Marmaris, Datça, Köyceğiz, Fethiye, Ortaca, Seydikemer, Kavaklıdere or Ula without changing trains!
Muttaş Busse areSuitable for disabled citizens They have bike racks.
THE FIRST STARTING PLACE
Below, in these links, you will find the departure times and the lines. Unfortunately only in Turkish