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Moscow Metro: New Schedule
27.05.2013 23:43
Moscow Metro: New Schedule

 Since 2014 Moscow underground will change the schedule of work. The frequency of trains’ traffic will be changed from the next year. Now 40 trains go to both sides at some of the stations. Assuming that in any underground of the world – 36-38 pairs maximum. There are periods, when so many trains are not needed, and they will be removed.


Besides, recently rush hours have shifted: earlier rush hour started at half past seven in the morning and lasted till ten o’clock. Now the authorities review the data for every line.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow Metro Transportation    

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