Tram-/LRT in Moscow

Introduction

The public transport sector is living through a special time for light rail and tram systems (LRT), as new developments in infrastructure bring ridership levels to new heights. LRT, at the global level, has experienced a ‘remarkable renaissance’ in recent years, as the international landscape shows growth and expansion on the agenda.

Length of public transport routes

435.5 km

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Covid-19 ridership fall

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Average daily ridership during a work day

507,000

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Number of public transport stops

845

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Public transport ridership

134,442,460

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Schedule compliance/punctuality

96.3 %

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Average headway during peak times

3 min

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Covid-19 change in service - VKM

100 %

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Fleet of public transport vehicles

609 Vehicles

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Vehicle-kilometres in operations

35,989,047

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Length of dedicated PT operational infrastructure

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436 km Per M inhabitants

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Accessibility for people with reduced mobility

82 %

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