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More Comfort For Moscow Cyclists
29.11.2012 15:17
More Comfort For Moscow Cyclists

Over the next few years Moscow plans to enhance cycling facilities in the city. 

      The number of bicycle parking spots is on the rise. There are planned long- and short-term parking facilities, the former will be located near public spaces (museums, universities, offices), and the latter will be set up near the metro stations.

      The number and length of bicycles lanes are also going to be increased. The longest bicycle lane will connect the Fili Park and the city centre. It will extend for 22km, possibly as far as the Tretyakov Gallery, and go through Vorobyovy Gory, Neskuchny Sad, and the Gorky Park. The bicycle lanes will be marked both on the main roads and on pedestrian walks.

      Last but not least, a special cyclists Internet portal will start working where cyclists will be able to plan their trips, including plotting a route and identifying parking slots. A mobile app will also be available.



Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow cycling in Russia   

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