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Users of the card can make it within 90 minutes from first validation.

With 20 stations of the Moscow Central diameters (IDC) are free to take the metro and the Moscow Central ring. This will be done by paying the fare of transport card “Troika” rate “Wallet” within 90 minutes from first validation. So Moscow passengers will save on daily trips to 50 percent and residents of the Moscow region — up to 75 percent of the cost.

Previously, passengers could take the metro and ICC with eight stations IDC-1 (District, Timiryazevskaya, Savyolovskaya, Belarusian, Running, Testovskaya, Kuntsevo and Fili station), as well as 11 stations of the IDC-2. Talking about Volokolamsk, Tushino, the Center, Dmitrov, Riga, Kalanchevskaya, Kursk, Novohohlovskaya, Tekstilshiki, Tsaritsyn, and also of station Moscow-Commodity. In total there were 19 platforms. To 20 their number increased after the opening of the stopping point Slavic Boulevard WDC-1.

“In the coming years, the first diameter will be opening three new transfer station: Timiryazevskaya and Dmitrovskaya with transfers at the station Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya line of the metro Petrovsko-Razumovskaya with change on Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya and Lublin lines. Another change to IDC-1 from the station Lianozovo work after the completion of the namesake station of the lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya metro line. The second diameter will be three new stations: Maryina Roshcha, and Printers with transfers on the same station of the lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya line and station under construction Large ring line and Shchukin, which will replace the stop Pokrovskoye-Streshnevo, with a transfer to the station “Schukinskaya” Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line”, — said the press service

The Department of transport.

So, until 2024, the number of stations in IDC-1 and IDC-2, with free transfer to the subway and the Moscow Central ring will increase to 27.

The transport card “Troika” began to be used in the capital for more than seven years ago. She has combined tickets for all modes of public transport. During this time the Troika has become the most popular travel among Muscovites, and the program in its development recognized as one of the best in the world.

Now in Moscow, the majority of journeys on public transport is done using this transport map. In addition, the users help to reduce the annual sale of paper tickets, thereby improving the environment.

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