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Long-distance Trains Carried More Than 20 Million Passengers During Summer
17.08.2016 16:48
Long-distance Trains Carried More Than 20 Million Passengers During Summer

Within two summer months the long-distance trains carried more than 3.8 million people to the resorts of the Black Sea coast of Russia, including the Crimea, that is 20% higher than during the same period last year.

      Totally in the country since the beginning of summer, the long-distance trains carried more than 20 million passengers. According to the company, more than 500 trips of additional trains are scheduled from Moscow and St. Petersburg, as well as from the cities of the Volga region, the Far North, Siberia, the Urals and other regions to Anapa, Adler and Novorossiysk in order to ensure the increased demand for transportation today.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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