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Source: Moscow Government – Moscow Government –

The capital’s passenger fleet will include four new electric vessels, which will be used on regular river routes. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport Issues Maxim Liksutov.

“We plan that new electric vessels will join the fleet this year and begin transporting passengers. In total, the project provides for 21 vessels. Also this year we are going to extend the first route to the Park Fili pier and open new berth stops on both routes. We continue to develop the world’s best environmentally friendly river transport on behalf of Sergei Sobyanin,” said Maxim Liksutov.

The electric vessels “Kamenka” and “Pakhra” are now being completed at a shipyard near St. Petersburg, and by the end of spring they will be delivered by dry cargo ship to Moscow. The Kuznetsovka and Lyublinka vessels are located in the capital and are undergoing commissioning work. The final stage for all transport will be mooring and sea trials, after which the vessels will receive all the necessary permits.

Today there are two regular river routes in the city: Kyiv – Heart of the Capital and ZIL – Pechatniki. First opened in June last year, its length is 6.5 kilometers. Second route appeared at the end of September 2023. Its length is more than nine kilometers.

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