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Additional Lastochka Electric Trains will Run in Sochi During the FIFA World Cup
28.05.2018 00:28
Additional Lastochka Electric Trains will Run in Sochi During the FIFA World Cup

Additional “Lastochka” (“Swallow”) electric trains will run in Sochi during the FIFA World Cup. Thus, to provide transport access to the championship facilities, additional trains will be launched on the following routes: “Imereti Resort – Sochi”, “Sochi – Airport”, “Imereti Resort – Airport”, “Rosa Khutor - Imereti Resort”, “Rosa Khutor – Airport”, “Sochi - Rosa Khutor”, from June 13 to July 15.

      During the days of matches up to 70 pairs of electric trains will run on these routes. On other days 36 pairs of electric trains will run on those routes. According to the report, the spectators of sports competitions will be able to ride these trains for free on the days of football matches.


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Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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