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Photo: Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow. Denis Grishkin
Since the opening day, more than 90 thousand people have visited the demo pavilion.
Over 90 thousand people visited the demonstration pavilion of the Moscow Central Diameter (WDC) for six months from the date of its opening. During this time, more than 200 excursions were conducted there. This was told by the head of the rail transport development department. Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development of Moscow Andrey Akimov.
“Since the opening day, the daily number of visitors to the IDC pavilion has doubled. During this time, more than 200 group and individual excursions were held here and more than 40 events were organized. It is important that the pavilion not only informs visitors about the IDC project, but is increasingly becoming a platform for urban cultural and educational events, ”he said.
During its work, the pavilion became a popular place among metropolitan schoolchildren, transport companies, as well as families with children. In addition, tourists often come here. For half a year, guests from France, England, USA, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Spain, Italy, Great Britain, China, India and other countries visited here.
In the pavilion you can learn about the WDC routes, the timing of the launch of the first diameters and methods of payment of travel. This is where the router is located, with which you can build new alternative routes and evaluate the savings in travel time.
The main exhibit of the pavilion is the full-size model of the Oriole train. Visitors have the opportunity to visit the driver’s cab and use virtual reality glasses to ride through the first two diameters.
The demonstration pavilion also became a permanent site for the project. “Music in the subway”.
Pavilion WDC is located on the Kiev Station Square. It is open daily from 09:00 to 21:00. Free admission. Sign up for daily free tours on site “Excursions in the subway”.
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