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Route Water Buses will be Launched between the Kievsky Railway Station and Moscow International Business Centre
29.11.2018 12:09
Route Water Buses will be Launched between the Kievsky Railway Station and Moscow International Business Centre

Route water buses will be launched between the Kievsky railway station and Moscow International Business Centre.

      The first route of water buses in Moscow will connect Moscow International Business Centre and Kievsky railway station. Berths will be located either near large parks or public spaces, or near residential complexes that have been actively constructed in recent years.

      It is planned to launch new vessels with a capacity from 50 to 100 passengers on these routes with an interval of 4-5 minutes. The new transportation means will be able to carry about 1.5 thousand passengers per hour. The route will connect various districts of the western part of the city, Moscow International Business Centre, city parks, as well as Kievsky railway station.

      The projects of this route are currently being elaborated jointly with experts from the Moscow City Architecture Committee. It is planned to develop regular river transport in the central district of the city, where the locks are located, namely, from Kolomenskoye to Mnyovniki.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow     

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