There will be 13 more new bus routes operated in Troitsky and Novomoskovsky Administrative Districts

Ten routes will connect the settlements of the Prefecture of Troitsky and Novomoskovsky Administrative Districts; the remaining three will connect them to the nearby areas and Troparevo and Yugo-Zapadnaya metro stations. It will be the first time the city transport reaches the settlements around Ryzanovsky.

13 bus routes will be launched within the territory of the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky Districts in November. There will be 69 buses operating along the lines.

New routes will lie through Troitsk, Puchkovo and Shelomovo, Kiyevsky settlement, and the railway stations of Kryokshino, Scherbinka, Bekasovo-1 and Bekasovo-Sortirovochnoye. People residing in Troitsk will be able to access such large enterprises as the Technospark nano-center and the Sinikon Plant. Buses will also be running near Moi Dokumenty offices, schools, kindergartens, polyclinics and large shopping malls.

“Public transport will cover the areas of Troitsky and Novomoskovsky Administrative Districts which used to be accessible only through multiple bus connections. New routes will serve the convenience of 73,000 people. It is expected that buses will be carrying the total number of 21,000 people every day,” says the deputy mayor of Moscow, the head of the Department for Transport and Road Transport Infrastructure Development Maksim Liksutov.

The routes will enjoy modern comfortable buses of ecological class that isn’t lower than Euro-5. They are equipped with video observation systems, air conditioning and heating, information panels, and electronic indicators of the bus route numbers. The side panels will show the order of bus stops. The buses will use the unified city payment system with all the relevant benefits.

November will see the launch of the following routes:

— No. 301 Promyshlennaya ulitsa — Troitsk (shopping mall);

— No. 302 Troitsk (residential area V) — Puchkovo;

— No. 305 Rassudovo Station — Zverevo;

— No. 306 Bekasovo-1 Station — Bekasovo-Sortirovochnoye Station;

— No. 307 Kryokshino state farm settlement — Kokoshkino Station;

— No. 308 Kryokshino state farm settlement — Kryokshino Station;

— No. 446 MEGA Tyoply Stan shopping mall — Solnechnaya ulitsa 13;

— No. 485 MEGA Tyoply Stan shopping mall — Yugo-Zapadnaya Metro Station;

— No. 509 Scherbinka Station — Yerino;

— No. 509k Scherbinka Station — Mostovskoye;

— No. 953 MEGA Tyoply Stan shopping mall — Yugo-Zapadnaya Metro Station;

— No. 967 MEGA Typly Stan shopping mall — Butovskiye Allei residential area;

— S18 Novovatutinsky prospekt — Novovatutinsky prospekt.

Eight new bus routes were launched in Moscow in September. In total there are 36 large buses running along the lines. They connect important social and transport facilities: polyclinics, schools, kindergartens, social service centers, metro stations, the Moscow Central Circle and the Moscow Railway.

For example, Bus Route 325 Moscow State University — Slavyanskiy Bulvar Metro Station connects the districts of Fili-Davydkovo, Ochakovo-Matveyevskoye and Ramenki with one another. The passengers of Bus 327 can travel directly from the industrial zone on Permskaya Street to the nearest metro station Bulvar Rokossovskogo, as well as to the similarly-named Moscow Central Circle station.

Source: Official website of the Mayor of Moscow

Link: https://www.mos.ru/news/item/46505073/

Date: October 13, 2018