Peer-to-peer car-sharing, unified multimodal payments and facial recognition at metro turnstiles are all part of Moscow's tech-led transport future.
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Moscow Metro customers can now claim refunds for unused journeys they otherwise would have taken during the Russian capital's COVID-19 enforced lockown.
Celebrating its 85th birthday, Roman Latypov, First Deputy CEO for Strategy and Client Work at Moscow Metro, takes a look back at how the network has remained resilient through difficult times and continued to expand, all whilst maintaining an essential service for the people of Moscow.
Roman Latypov, First Deputy CEO on Strategic Development and Client Work at Moscow Metro, details some of the operator’s exemplary efforts to modernise safety and security throughout all aspects of its network, from new rolling stock to state-of-the-art track monitoring.
2 September 2015 | By Dmitriy Pegov, Head of Moscow Metro
The modernisation of stations and passenger comfort have become priority guidelines of Moscow Metro over recent months. During this time several big infrastructure projects have commenced and will soon be finished. Head of Moscow Metro Dmitriy Pegov guides us through the important work that has been carried out for the…
30 April 2014 | By Ivan Besedin, Head of Moscow Metro
The Moscow Metro network is the main public transport infrastructure in Russia’s capital city, achieving a 56% share in urban passenger transportation. With 192 stations and a total route length of approximately 320km, the network attracts 8-9 million passengers every weekday. In order to offer passengers with an improved quality…