Irkutsk
Ulan-Ude

Blagoveshchensk
Chita
Yakutsk

Birobidzhan
Vladivostok
Khabarovsk

Magadan
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

Anadyr
Petropavlovsk-
Kamchatsky
Moscow

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Tickets for trains Blagoveshchensk - Moscow and Moscow - Blagoveshchensk will not be available from summer

Federal Passenger Company Russian Railways cancels the Blagoveshchensk-Moscow and Moscow-Blagoveshchensk trains. From June 1, it will be impossible to get from the regional center of the Amur region to the capital and back without transfers by rail. Employees of the Trans-Baikal branch of the Federal Passenger Company, who work in the Amur region, were told that the route had been canceled. The train will leave for the last trip to Moscow on May 30. Arrives in Blagoveshchensk - June 6.
“There are certain financial problems, and the federal passenger company is forced to seek funds in order to contain the most important routes. Therefore, the size of the movement, unprofitable directions are revised, and the company tries to keep the most important ones by refusing the least important ones, ”comments Denis Afonin, head of the Media Relations Department of ZabZhD.
The trains connecting Blagoveshchensk with the capital, railway employees say, are unprofitable. The official order says that trains are canceled due to a decrease in passenger traffic. Employees of the railway intend to turn to the leadership of the Amur region for help.
The press service of the Trans-Baikal Railway explained that people would not be left without work. They will serve the train Chita - Blagoveshchensk and Blagoveshchensk - Adler. But how passengers from the regional center of the Amur Region will be able to get to the capital by rail is unknown.
As close as possible to the capital, Amur people can get close by train Blagoveshchensk - Adler, which runs only in the summer - twice a week. Every odd day from Blagoveshchensk can go to Chita.
The press service of the Trans-Baikal Railway informed that if the Government of the Amur Region is ready to co-finance the route, then the leadership of ZabZhD is ready to resume it.

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