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Residents of Karelia will not be able to travel to the Ladozhskaya metro station

On March 4, the Ladozhskaya metro station was closed for major repairs, which will last 11 months. Information about this is published on the official website of the State Unitary Enterprise “Petersburg Metropolitan”.

From now on, residents of Karelia will arrive at the Ladoga station without having the opportunity to get off at the metro station of the same name. When buying tickets from Petrozavodsk to St. Petersburg, Russian Railways warns that “the transfer from Ladoga station to the metro is closed.”

screenshot: from RZD website

The metro website reports that during the redesign, passenger transport will “fall on the shoulders” of surface public transport. In particular, the load of 7 buses will increase: No. 30, 131, 271, 169, 77, 92, 222 and 1 tram number 39. Additional bus lines have also been introduced for passengers: No. 24M and 27M.

A new free tram line No. 30 is also available. The tram will run from Ladozhskaya metro station to Alexander Nevsky Square.

So that the inhabitants of St. Petersburg and the guests of the city do not get confused in more than 30 land routes, the transport committee open a special section where you can familiarize yourself in detail with what and where it goes.

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