Travel in city public transport in Moscow will rise in price from January 2, 2022. About it informs department of transport of the city.
A single trip on the “Single” ticket will cost 61 rubles, and a ticket for two trips – 122 rubles (everything is one ruble more).
One-time travel in ground transport, metro, MCC, MCD in the “Central” zone with the “Troika” card will grow from 42 to 46 rubles.
Travel passes for 30 days will rise in price from 2245 to 2360 rubles, and for 90 days – from 5430 to 5710 rubles.
At the same time, for regular users, the ticket price “does not change or changes slightly,” the department notes.
Also in Moscow there will be new TAT tickets for ground transport – for 90 and 365 days.
Parking in Moscow will also rise in price. How informs RIA Novosti, from December 24 on 53 streets in the center of Moscow parking rates will increase. For example, on Bolshaya Nikitskaya, Neglinnaya streets and Teatralnaya square, from 8:00 to 21:00, the price will be set at 450 rubles per hour, and from 21:00 to eight in the morning – 200 rubles per hour, including Sunday.
The Department of Transport said that at the current cost in these areas it is impossible to keep vacant places – “there are too many expensive restaurants and shops.” Because of this, local residents themselves do not have enough space, in addition, noise from cars and exhaust-polluted air create inconveniences.
The changes will also affect two overcrowded parking lots with a barrier on Novy Arbat: in the afternoon on the first section the tariff will be 450 rubles per hour, on the second – 400 rubles.