MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
The Troika card is becoming more versatile. It allows Muscovites to use public transport, visit museums and galleries, pay for admission to skating rinks located in Gorky Park and at VDNKh, and much more. Now it will be able to function as a parking ticket.
It is now possible to enter parking lots with a barrier using the Troika transport card. To leave your car in the parking lot, you no longer need to collect a paper ticket at the entrance counter. Eight intercepting parking lots have been connected to the new system so far.
Motorists who combine trips by private and public transport do not need to pay for a spot in an intercept parking lot. You can leave the car for free from 05:30 to 02:00, if the car owner makes at least two trips by the metro, MCC or MCD during this time. In this case, the first point of departure should be the station closest to the parking lot. For drivers who do not use public transport after parking, the following rate is provided: 50 rubles per hour from 06:00 to 22:00, and at night – 50 rubles per hour for the first two hours, then parking becomes free.
To leave the pick-up parking for free, you must confirm the right to the benefit. Previously, this could only be done with a paper parking ticket obtained at the entrance. Upon returning to the car after traveling by public transport, it was required to insert it into the payment terminal, attach a Troika or another travel card proving travel, pick up a paper ticket and leave the parking lot using it. At some intercepting parking lots, citizens are provided with plastic tickets for temporary use – they must be applied to the yellow terminals when exiting the metro station.
“Now the function of a parking ticket can be performed by the Troika card. To enter the parking lot, it must be attached to the device on the bar with a barrier. From this moment, the time that the car spent in the parking lot is counted. After the owner returns to the car, he should put the Troika card to the payment terminal twice. Two clicks are necessary because the first time the system calculates the number of hours while the car took up a place, and the second time it checks the used trips in the metro, MCC or MCD and resets the cost of parking, ”the press service of Moscow Parking told.
If the motorist did not use public transport, he should pay for the parking with a bank card or cash at the same terminal inside the intercept parking lot.
In addition, three city flat parking lots in the center of Moscow were connected to the new system. They are charged by the hour. You can enter and leave parking lots using the Troika card.
“Thus, drivers no longer have to constantly take temporary tickets. A single transport card provides access to both parking and public transport. This is a tool for quick and convenient movement around the city, “- noted in the” Moscow Parking “.
One-time tickets will still be used at racks installed in intercept parking lots and flat-rate parking lots. They are relevant for residents and guests of Moscow who do not have a Troika.
Parking lots are connected to the new system at the following addresses:
– Triumfalnaya square, building 1;
– Polikarpova street, 23b, building 1;
– Slavyanskaya square;
– near the station MCD-1 Degunino;
– near the Kotelniki metro station (section 3);
– near the Rasskazovka metro station (section 2);
– near the Ozernaya metro station;
– near the station MCD-2 Pererva;
– near the station MCD-1 Lianozovo (section 1);
– near the station MCD-1 Lianozovo (section 2);
– near the Novoperedelkino metro station.
With the Troika card, you can also use a parking ticket for flat parking lots with a barrier… You just need to indicate the card number in a special field on the site “Moscow parking” when buying or renewing a subscription. After that, from the first day of the next month, to enter the parking lot with a barrier, simply attach the card to the counter.
You can get a subscription for flat parking on the Moscow parking website in the Parking with a barrier section. There are also lists of parking lots with their detailed descriptions. Additional information on the work of parking lots is also provided by calling the hotline of the transport complex: +7 (495) 539-54-54 (32-10 – for calls from a mobile).
The Troika card also allows Muscovites to visit museums and galleries, pay for admission to skating rinks located in Gorky Park and at VDNKh, and much more.
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