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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.
After the successful launch of the Moscow Central Diameters metro network, Maksim Liksutov, Head of the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development, explains how the city is planning to further develop its transportation network in the future.
Maksim Liksutov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow and Head of the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development, tells Intelligent Transport’s Luke Antoniou how Moscow is improving connectivity between services and infrastructure in the Russian capital, and how this is leading to more multimodal journeys.
In the summer of 2018, 11 Russian cities played host to the FIFA World Cup. For Intelligent Transport, Konstantin Trofimenko of the National Research University Higher School of Economics in Moscow reflects on the process of organising transport and management centres for the event, and the subsequent consequences for the…
The top three leading countries that have declared the development of autonomous trams are Germany, Russia and China.
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.
Luke Antoniou, Editor of Intelligent Transport, asks Maxim S. Liksutov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow and Head of the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development, about the development of Moscow’s public transport network in the last few years and what the future holds.
In 2016 passenger trains will begin operating on the ‘Moscow Little Ring Railway’. This will establish another loop interchange for passengers in the Russian capital in addition to the Koltsevaya Line of the Moscow Metro and the city’s ring roads. As demand for passenger transport grows, Maxim Shneyder, Head of…