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Aquabuses in St. Petersburg Stop Working till Next Spring
22.10.2012 17:58
Aquabuses in St. Petersburg Stop Working till Next Spring

Water taxis in the city of St. Petersburg have stopped its navigation, the northern capital's administration reports.

      On Saturday, the first aquabuses to leave for winter rest were ships on the "Central" and "Nevsky" lines. The work of "Primorsky" and "Kurortny" lines will be stopped on October 29 and 31, respectively.

      "The decision was taken in accordance with worsening of the weather conditions in the city and passenger traffic's decrease," it is said in the press release.

      Aquabuses are special fixed-run taxis, which were first launched in May 2012. Four routes - "Kurortny", "Central", "Nevsky" and "Primorsky" lines - link together St. Petersburg's districts and outskirts.

Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: St. Petersburg water transport public transport   

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