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Russian Railways JSC will Launch More than 70 Additional Long-distance Trains on holidays in March
3.03.2020 12:11
Russian Railways JSC will Launch More than 70 Additional Long-distance Trains on holidays in March

Russian Railways JSC will launch more than 70 additional long-distance trains on holidays in March.

      Additional trains will run from Moscow to St. Petersburg, Cheboksary, Kazan, Saransk, Penza, Stary Oskol, Izhevsk, Ivanovo, Ulyanovsk, Chelyabinsk and Orenburg.

      Additional trains from St. Petersburg will depart to Moscow. It is also planned to launch additional trains on intraregional routes: Rostov-on-Don - Kislovodsk and Rostov-on-Don - Rosa Khutor.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian Railways St. Petersburg Moscow   

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