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The city is implementing many projects that allow the metropolitan transport to be convenient for passengers, pedestrians and motorists.
Sergei Sobyanin congratulated the workers and veterans of the enterprises of the transport complex of the capital on the Day of Moscow Transport. He wrote about this on his page in social network “Vkontakte”…
Moscow Transport Day has been celebrated since 2017 on the second Saturday of July. This is a professional holiday for metro and surface urban transport workers, railway workers and taxi drivers, car sharing and bike rental operators, traffic police officers and other specialists who daily help Muscovites get to any point in the city on time, safely and comfortably.
The transport complex is the motor of the capital, which works smoothly in any conditions. So, during a pandemic, metro and surface urban transport workers, railway workers and taxi operators, traffic police officers and other specialists do everything necessary to ensure safe and comfortable passenger transportation. In order for a multi-million dollar metropolis to live a normal life.
The implementation of large-scale projects for the development of the Moscow transport system continues. New metro stations, MCDs and roads are being built, modern wagons, electric buses and trams are being purchased, popular electronic services are being introduced, and road safety is increasing. These and other measures allow metropolitan transport to be convenient for passengers, pedestrians and motorists.
This year, Moscow Transport Day is celebrated on July 10. Festive events will be held online. So, at 21:00, the broadcast of theatrical and musical performances by the artists of the Oleg Tabakov Theater troupe and the concert of the pianist Kirill Richter will begin. They will perform at the Northern River Station. During the concert, a video about the history of Moscow transport will be projected on the station building.
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