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Long-distance trains will be less in the Far Eastern Federal District

Long-distance trains will be less in the Far Eastern Federal District
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Due to coronavirus restrictions and a decrease in passenger traffic in the Far East, the schedule of long-distance trains will change. In some areas they will become smaller, while in others they will be completely canceled.

The Khabarovsk-Blagoveshchensk train began to run every other day, not daily. Every four days, and not every other day from May 21, the Novosibirsk-Vladivostok train will run, from May 26 it will run less often in the opposite direction.

According to the Far Eastern Railway, once every four days, and not every other day, from May 28, the Skovorodino-Neryungri train will start operating, and from May 29, the schedule will change in the opposite direction. But the train Omsk - Vladivostok will generally be canceled from May 22, in the opposite direction - from May 27.

In order to maintain transport accessibility from May 22 to June 23, the Chelyabinsk - Vladivostok train will run once every four days, in the opposite direction it will run from May 28 to June 29. The Samara – Vladivostok route will also appear. It will start working on June 26, and will be performed every four days. In the opposite direction, it will begin to run from July 3.

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