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All Moscow Taxis Will Become Yellow
16.05.2013 13:22
All Moscow Taxis Will Become Yellow

The requirement for yellow colour will become obligatory from the 1st of July.


According to the Transport Development Department data,  there are 28000 taxis on the territory of Moscow – this amount of licences was issued by the Department. Notably, more than 2,5 thousand of cars are yellow. The yellow colour is a traditional one for taxi, and thousands of Moscow residents and guests have got used to it, including foreign tourists. It will not be required to recolour those cars that have licenses at present moment, but the cars that will get licenses from the 1st of July will have to paint the cars in yellow only. The rest of the drivers will have the possibility to work using the cars of other colours till the expiration of the license validity. 



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Taxi Transportation Moscow   

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