Nine metro stations will be closed in St. Petersburg

Photos: Moscow 24/Nikita Simonov

the authorities of St.-Petersburg has accepted the decision about closing the input and output of nine of the metro stations. About it informs TASS.

it is Reported that this measure is aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus infection COVID-19. So, the station will be closed from 1 April.

“a final decision from 1 April 2022 to close to entry and exit of passengers, number of stations: halls number 1 and number 2 station “Nevsky prospect”, entrance halls number 1 and number 2 stations “Novorostovskaya”, the lobby of the station “Sadovaya”, “Sennaya Ploschad”, “Institute 1”, “Pushkinskaya”, “Zvenigorodskaya”, “Alexander Nevsky Square 2” and “Zvenigorod”, – told in a press-service “the Petersburg underground”.

in addition, from April 1, will be partially closed to the metro station “Devyatkino”, “Rebellion”, “Lenin Square”, “Moscow”, “Danube”, “Prospect Slavy”, “Prospect VETERANOV” and “Leninsky prospect”. At these stations it is planned to limit the entrance and exit one entrance hall.

Earlier in the seats of the metro in Moscow put the stickers on the importance of a safe distance. Stickers have been allocated allowable distance between passengers.

March 30, passenger traffic in the Moscow metro decreased by 85 percent. About this informed the press-service of the Moscow Department of transport.

public transportation increased security measures

see also

RZD cancel the running of several trains inside Hokolo 10 thousand reminders about COVID-19 placed in trains