Fares in the Moscow public transport will increase by 7.5 percent

In Moscow from January 1, 2017, 7.5 percent will increase fares in public transport. About it told on Tuesday, December 13, the Deputy head of Diptrans Alina Bisembaeva, according to the website of the mayor.

“The cost of the most popular unlimited tickets will remain at the same level,” she said. Bisembaeva said that the passengers who always use this, no changes will feel.

At the same time, the cost of the ticket for one trip on any transport will increase from 50 to 55 rubles. Expensive, particularly card on 60 trips — from 1570 to 1700 rubles. Travel for students will increase in price from 10 to 15 rubles a month.

For those who use as a travel Bank cards and NFC smartphones c connection, a few travel even cheaper. 10 rubles from each trip will save and the passengers who buy tickets “90 minutes”, but it does not commit under the rate of transfer to another mode of transport.

Travel “TAT” 90 and 365 days, as well as suburban “TAT” – time and to travel between zones A and B will be excluded from the ticket range.