• The Moscow metro will remain open the entire new year's eve

  • The Moscow metro for the first time will work all new year's eve. This was stated by the mayor Sergei Sobyanin, reports kp.ru.

    "In 2017 for the New year and on the day of the city subway will work around the clock. And in 2018, the metro will not close also in the days of the world Cup," explained the mayor.

    It is noted that the interval of movement of trains in a festive night will be up to 15 minutes. After 05:30 GMT trains will run on a regular schedule.

    Earlier on new year's eve mode of public transport was extended. So, on the night of January 1, 2016, the subway worked until 2:00 GMT and ground transportation — until 3:00 GMT.


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