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Transportation Of Passengers Opens On the Moscow River and the Oka
24.04.2017 18:04

Transportation of passengers by river starts on the Moscow River and the Oka in the Moscow region from April 24, the website of the Moscow region government reports.

      "Transportation of passengers will traditionally be organized on the routes in Kolomna, Lytkarino and Serpukhov, according to forecasts, during the navigation period, water transport will be in demand for more than 36,000 passengers," - the report said, citing the data from the relevant ministry.

      In total, three routes will be organized: "Berth Serpukhov - mooring Gardens", "Berth of Andreevskoe village - pier Lytkarino" and "Bochmanovo berth (Kolomna) - dock Prityka".

Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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