MIL-OSI Russia: For the convenience of passengers: in May, the operation of ground transport changed in eight districts of Moscow

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MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –

Source: Moscow Government – Moscow Government –

In May, three new and six combined routes began operating in the capital. Modern Russian electric buses began running on two more. And on route 21, the routes changed and new stops appeared. The Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport spoke about this Maxim Liksutov.

“In May, we adjusted the operation of bus and electric bus routes in eight districts of Moscow. Now residents can get to important social facilities and rail frame stations faster and more conveniently. We are increasing the comfort of travel around the city and developing a network of ground transport on behalf of Sergei Sobyanin,” said Maxim Liksutov.

Thus, in the Solntsevo area, the traffic patterns of bus routes No. 575, 862, 734 and 330 have been changed. In addition, they began to run more often – passengers wait less time for transport at stops, and it has become even more convenient for them to get to the stations of the fourth Moscow Central Diameter.

Electric buses have replaced buses on routes No. 204 and 114 in the north of Moscow. Travel has become more comfortable and the impact on the environment has been reduced.

Buses No. 265 now go along Kolodeznaya Street and Olenyi Val. Citizens now have a convenient route to metro stations and social facilities.

You can find out more about all the changes in ground transport operations in May Online.

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