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The First Rail Route to MEGA Trading Center has been opened in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Citizens of Volga region capital as well as people from nearby villages will be able to reach their favorite trading center by train.

13.Oct.14 1:36 PM
By Yulia Moskvicheva


The First Rail Route to MEGA Trading Center has been opened in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
The celebration opening of the new rail route has taken place on the 10th of October. This new route will connect Moscow Railway Station with MEGA trading center. New train has all necessary modern facilities and it is very comfortable and fast. Moreover tickets will not be expensive. Everyone can afford buying them.

Such project has resulted in effective collaboration of Russian Railways and Swedish service in the face of MEGA trading center. The first train was sent on the route after a symbolic compound of links in metal chain.

Students were among fist people who were able to benefit from fast and comfortable ride on a new train. Special guests also tried to go to MEGA trading center. All wagons have been decorated in order to make the celebration of this event bright and memorable. It will take passengers one hour to get to the trading center from Moscow Railway Station. If you board on Pyatreevka station, you will need only 40 minutes to get to MEGA. Those who board on Gagarin prospect will spend on 12 minutes in order to reach their place of destination.

The overall capacity of the new train is 350 seats. It will pass the whole distance 4 times a day in accordance with its schedule. Tickets will cost 49 rubles for those who start their trip from Moscow Railway Station. They will be cheaper if you board on Pyatreevka station or Gagarin prospect. In this case passengers will only have to pat 22 rubles. All benefits for vulnerable and disabled people will also be taken into consideration.

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