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A New Pedestrian Zone Will Appear in the Centre of Moscow
27.02.2013 15:24
A New Pedestrian Zone Will Appear in the Centre of Moscow
Pedestrian Zone

One more pedestrian zone will be opened in Moscow this year. It will be created on the Bolshaya Dmitrovka street in the section from Stoleshnikov lane to Okhotny Ryad.


      

Pedestrian zones in Moscow are currently actively expanded by reducing the amount of illegal parking. New pedestrian zones appeared at the end of the last year on Stoleshnikov lane, on the Tverskaya Square, as well as on the Kuznetskiy Most street from Rozhdestvenka to Bolshaya Dmitrovka. The pedestrian zone was also established in the section of Rozhdestvenka street.

       


Sources: http://www.roadplanet.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Pedestrian Zone Moscow Transportation   

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