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Benches With USB-ports Will Appear In Moscow Metro
29.08.2016 05:33
Benches With USB-ports Will Appear In Moscow Metro

In the underground walkways of the Moscow subway it is planned to install the benches with USB-port for charging electronic devices, the head of the subway Dmitry Pegov said on Thursday. "At the station "Tsvetnoy Bulvar”   the bench with USB-port is set you can charge your gadgets using it there”, - he said at the press conference about such first experience.

      According to Dmitry Pegov if this bench is popular, the other will be also set in the underground walkways between the metro stations. "Elderly passengers can rest on these benches at the long walkways. At the same time it will be possible to charge a mobile phone or tablet", - he noticed.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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