Since autumn 2020, Moscow’s ticketing system has been spreading to other Russian regions in a bid to offer greater convenience to passengers.
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The Moscow Metro has hired its first female drivers after a change of legislation opened the doors to the capital’s women.
Despite suffering an extremely tough 2020, taxi and car-share operators in the Russian capital will still be able to purchase new vehicles thanks to subsidies paid out by the Moscow government.
The metro operator says that the Big Circle Line will mean quicker journey times and a reduction in pressure on the busy central stations.
Deputy mayor Maksim Litsukov says Moscow Metro's high standards should be rolled out to the city's tram network in a bid to create a more integrated transport offering in the capital.
Maksim S. Likustov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport, details the Russian capital's plan for widespread mobility integration, and introduces us to some of the industry players whose work will make it happen.
The new updated app will enable users to top-up their Troika card via their smartphone, as well as buy any additional tickets they might need remotely.
The famously decorative system in the Russian capital has led an initiative to develop national standards for all nine metro systems in the country.
Moscow is set to become the first city in Russia to trial early-bird travel discounts, as Moscow Metro announces an eight-month pilot.
Micro-factories have the potential to reduce the cost of building a plant from “hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars” to “tens of millions of dollars”, according to Arrival.
Moscow's Department of Transport reveals it has been trialling parking enforcement through autonomous driving since February 2020.
Peer-to-peer car-sharing, unified multimodal payments and facial recognition at metro turnstiles are all part of Moscow's tech-led transport future.
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.
Based on current analysis, researchers have created future scenarios for Moscow to determine how self-driving vehicles will impact ride sharing, public transport, passenger experience and everyday life.