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Information on Subway Traffic Jams to Appear in Moscow Metro
11.01.2012 13:54
Information on Subway Traffic Jams to Appear in Moscow Metro

Special boards with information on subway congestion will be installed in Moscow. At the entrance of each station passengers will be able to find out how many people are on the platform and in trains and decide whether they should take another kind of transport.

      The innovation was invented to reduce the load during rush hours in Moscow metro.

      It is also planned to open three new stations in 2012: “Novokosino”, “Pyatnitskoe Shosse” and “Alma-Atinskaya”.

      Source: MK. Image courtesy: RIA Novosti.

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian transport Moscow Moscow metro traffic jam  

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