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Differentiated tariff is introduced in the transport of Vladivostok
A differentiated tariff for public transport is being introduced in Vladivostok. At the first stage, the experiment will be carried out with buses, and then with electric transport.
As EastRussia was told in the city administration, the fare will depend on the method of payment. When using a bank or transport card, the cost of the trip will be lower than when using cash. The fare is planned to be determined in the near future.
As the head of the Vladivostok transport department, Alexander Ivanov, noted, this approach will make payment more convenient and minimize contacts during settlements. Also, conductors and drivers do not need to prepare change from large bills, which significantly speeds up the calculations.
The transport department also noted that a similar approach is used in different cities of the country: in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ufa, Kazan, Tyumen, Izhevsk and others.