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Underwater Parking Slots Project Goes Ahead In Moscow
11.01.2013 12:07
Underwater Parking Slots Project Goes Ahead In Moscow

 The lack of overground parking has led to an unusual decision to move parking space to the bottom of the Moskva River. 

      The lack of space to park a car is particularly prominent on the Island of Balchug on the opposite side from the Kremlin where many offices are located. To solve the problem, a Moscow-based group suggested to create special underwater parking spaces. An elevator will take a car to the bottom of the Moskva River and deliver it back to the owner upon presentation of a parking ticket. 

      No starting or completion dates of the project are disclosed at present. 

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian transportation Moscow parking    

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