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Moscow Metro and MCC will Work Around the Clock on City Day
3.09.2019 17:02
Moscow Metro and MCC will Work Around the Clock on City Day
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Moscow Metro and MCC will work around the clock on City Day. 

      The transport complex of Moscow will operate in a special mode on September 7-8. From 5:30 on September 7 to 01:00 on September 9, the metro and the Moscow Central Ring (MCC) will work around the clock, without interruption, the deputy mayor of the capital, Maxim Liksutov, said at a meeting of the presidium of the city government on Tuesday.

      The deputy mayor said that on the night of September 7-8, trains would run at intervals of three to 10 minutes. In addition,   on September 7, the capital's ground transportation will work on a weekend schedule, and on September 8 on a weekday schedule. At night, passengers can take advantage of 13 night bus routes.


      
 



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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