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September 4, 2021, 15:37

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They will start working on September 20.

From September 20, two more new dedicated lanes for public transport will appear in Moscow.

One of them will start working on the flyover connecting Leningradsky Prospekt and the Volokolamskoye Highway backup when moving to the region. It will continue on the section of the understudy from house 4, building 5 on Volokolamskoe highway to the intersection with Dubosekovskaya street. When moving to the center, a dedicated lane will be organized on the section of the Volokolamskoe highway backup from the intersection with Dubosekovskaya street to house 4, building 5 on Volokolamskoe highway. The strip will be 600 meters long.

This solution will help to facilitate the approach to the Gidroproekt stop, as well as speed up the movement by one and a half times: the section can be passed in one minute. This will have a positive effect on the operation of eight public transport routes that pass here. More than 60 thousand people use them per day.

Another dedicated lane will appear on the section of Marshal Biryuzova Street from Narodniy Opolcheniya Street to Marshal Sokolovskiy Street (in both directions). Its length will be 140 meters.

The lane will help buses to drive up to the Oktyabrskoe Pole Metro stop without interference. Passengers boarding and disembarking will become safer, and travel times will be reduced from four to one minute. Seven public transport routes now pass through this section. More than 30 thousand people use them every day.

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