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Buses will resume movement between the settlements of Sakhalin

Buses will resume movement between the settlements of Sakhalin
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Since May 16, inter-municipal buses will resume movement in the Sakhalin Region. The schedule is published on the website of the regional Ministry of Transport, passengers are reminded of the need to use masks.

According to the press service of the regional government, the bus service was not officially closed, however, due to low passenger traffic during the period of self-isolation, the schedule was revised. Transport routes closed some routes, while on others they reduced the number of flights.

According to the online resource for ticket sales, this week the number of people wishing to use road and sea transport began to grow in the region. The directions Nogliki - Okha, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk - Shakhtersk and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk - Nevelsk are in the greatest demand.

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