Kazan authorities saw “single” delays after introducing QR codes in transport

Kazan Mayor's Office: checking QR codes did not significantly affect the work of transport

Checking QR codes did not significantly affect the work of public transport in Kazan, the city authorities revealed “single” delays. The mayor's office informs about it in the official Telegram channel.

585 buses, 80 trams and 143 trolleybuses left the streets of the city on Monday. The metro also continues to operate normally, crowds at the entrances have been avoided, the Kazan mayor's office noted. The authorities clarified that long delays on the line required waiting for the arrival of the police.

Earlier in Kazan, the conductor, who was sprinkled with pepper spray in his face by one of the passengers without a QR code, was called an ambulance, the man refused to be examined. p>

QR codes in public transport in Tatarstan must be presented from November 22. The region became the first entity to announce such measures. Documents are also checked when selling tickets. If a resident refuses to present the QR code, he will have to leave the vehicle.



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