Aleksandr Polyakov explains how intelligent transport systems (ITS) recently rolled out from Moscow are not only making Tula’s streets safer, but also decreasing the amount of traffic and congestion in the Russian city.
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The famously decorative system in the Russian capital has led an initiative to develop national standards for all nine metro systems in the country.
The partnership is thought to be the first example of such cooperation among Russian ride-hailing services.
With over 25 million members in the Russian, Ukrainian and Polish regions, BlaBlaCar aims to seize the market opportunity and help improve the experience of travellers and bus carriers alike.
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.
From traffic management to city modelling, transport operations rely on control rooms to deliver safe and efficient urban transport services on a daily basis. Here, find out what the future of control room technology could be like, how Russia planned and managed transport for one of the world’s largest sporting…
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.
This partnership will enable PK Transport Systems LLC to develop the transport infrastructure of Russian cities, and with this shared knowledge, the expertise in the field of electric transportation will increase.
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…
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…