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High speed passenger trains are in demand in Russia
29.05.2013 08:49
High speed passenger trains are in demand in Russia
Sapsan train

For the period of 2010-2012 over 9 million passengers have used high speed trains Sapsan and Allegro, what proves their popularity in Russia, claimed Russian Rialways on its official website.
      As the result of 2012 the high speed train Sapsan, travelling from Moscow to St.Petersbourg and from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod and the high speed train Allegro, connecting St.Petersburg Buslovskaya (and further up to Helsinki) have transported 3.4 million passengers. Since the start of their exploitation in 2010 more than 9 million people have been transported.
      Form January 2012 more than 50 thousand people have chosen the high speed trains Lastochka for their travelling from St. Petersburg- Velikiy Novgorod, St. Petersburg- Bolgoye, Moscow- Nizhniy Novgorod.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian train Sapsan Moscow St. Petersburg  

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