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Ticket price on public transport in Moscow has not been risen in 2013
2.01.2013 15:14
Ticket price on public transport in Moscow has not been risen in 2013

From January, 1, 2013 ticket price on public transport in Moscow has not been risen. At that from February 1 the Moscow transport company Mosgortrans will offer new options of transport cards.


      

From January1 up to February 1 the transport tariffs in Moscow will be remained the same: 25 Rubles for a bus, trolleybus and tram ride, 28 Rubles if a ticket is sold by a driver. One Metro ticket costs 28 Rubles.


      

Limitless smart cards for bus, trolleybus and tram will be offered in Moscow from February. Smart card for a day will cost 60 Rubles, for 5 days will cost 250 Rubles, for a month 840 Rubles, for 3 months 2,15 thousand Rubles, for a year 7,3 thousand Rubles.  


      

In 2013 two types of new all-transport passes, complex and multipurpose will be introduced.




Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Moscow public transport    

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