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Luzhniki Can Be Reached At Night
26.08.2013 16:57
Luzhniki Can Be Reached At Night

Starting September 1, there will run night transportation in Moscow.


4 routes to be open starting September 1. These are a new bus route which will operate only at nights connecting Sheremetyevsky and Leninsky Prospects; two trolleybuses – N1 running between VDNKh and Luzhniki and “” running along Garden Ring; one N3 tram connecting Clean Ponds with Yangel Street. Night routes will run from 00.00 to 05.00 every 30 minutes. Shortly, department will examine proposals of Moscow dwellers and will take decision on opening additional routes of public transport, operating at nights.   


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Luzhniki Night Moscow Night Transport   

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