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Fares for Moscow Public Transport will Increase from February 1, 2020
27.12.2019 11:04
Fares for Moscow Public Transport will Increase from February 1, 2020
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Fares for Moscow public transport will increase from February 1, 2020.

      The average annual increase will make up three percent, which is below the projected inflation rate of 3.7%. The corresponding decision was made at a meeting of the Presidium of the city government headed by Mayor Sergei Sobyanin. According to the Mayor’s words, in 2020 the cost of unlimited travel tickets for all types of transport, including Moscow Central Diameters (MCDs), will not change: “1 day” - 230 roubles, “3 days” - 438 roubles, “30 days” - 2170 roubles, “90 days” - 5,430 roubles and “365 days” - 19,500 roubles.

      It will be possible to purchase unlimited travel cards including the “Prigorod” (“Suburb”) zone of the MCD for the same price.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow transportation Moscow Public Transport   

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