There will be no additional restrictions for truck traffic during the FIFA World Cup in Moscow apart from existing norms.
The fleet of free trains has grown to include six high-speed Sapsan trains on the Moscow–St. Petersburg route, increasing capacity by more than 3,500 places. Now fans and journalists accredited by FIFA will have 448,162 places available to them, reported ANO “Transport Directorate-2018” General Director Kirill Polyakov during a press conference on Tuesday.
In attendance at the grand opening were Governor of Volgograd Region Andrey Bocharov, Acting Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation Maksim Sokolov, Acting Deputy Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation Aleksandr Yurchik, and Roman Trotsenko, co-owner of the Novaport holding company
Preparations have begun for temporary staff of ANO “Transport Directorate-2018” for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. 960 employees are training to coordinate and provide adequate information support to fans of the championship in 19 main and 2 intermediate railway stations in host cities. Training is to be conducted in both online and offline formats in all 11 cities involved in the World Cup.
During the trip, Maxim Sokolov and Governor of the Kaliningrad Region Anton Alikhanov took part in the opening of additional passenger service spaces as part of the 2nd launch site of passenger terminal reconstruction at Khrabrovo International Airport.
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