Russian Railways, the operator of the world’s longest train network, will restrict train service through St. Petersburg this month as it upgrades the rail link between Moscow and Russia's second-largest city.
A total of 77 trains will be canceled from Friday April 18 until April 25 and the schedules of 47 other trains running from April 21 to 25 will be changed, the rail operator’s Oktyabrskaya division said Monday in an e-mailed statement.
Canceled connections include trains from St. Petersburg to Moscow and other Russian cities, the Azeri capital Baku and cities in Ukraine.
News source: Times.spb.ru
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