Transit Pictures from Moscow, Russia

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This picture of 02209, 1998 Ikarus 280.33M, was taken by Eugene Kravchenko on December 19, 2005.  The bus is at the Veterenary Academy Loop.

This picture of 7920, 2005 VMZ 5298-01, was taken by Eugene Kravchenko on December 19, 2005.  The bus is at the Veterenary Academy Loop.

This picture of a 2004 GAZ  3285-0000010-02, was taken by Eugene Kravchenko on December 19, 2005.  The bus is at the intersection of Fydor Poletaev Street.and Academic Scryabin Street.

This picture of several Gazelle mininbuses was taken by Eugene Kravchenko on December 19, 2005.  The buses are standing in front of Kuzminki Park at the intersection of Academic Scryabin Street and Chugunnye Vorota Street.

This picture of 2854, a 1987 Tatra T3SU, was made in Moscow in December 2002.

This picture of 6289, a 1993 ЗиУ (ZIU)-682 ГОО,  was made in Moscow in December 2002.  It was painted in an ad when the picture was taken.
This is a sample of a ticket for a single ride on a surface vehicle in Moscow (bus, streetcar, trolley bus).  On the back the expiration date is given, in this case March 31, 2003.
This is a sample of a ticket for at most one trip in Moscow's subway. The ticket is valid within 3 days of the date of purchase.  At time of use the date, time and location code are printed on the back of the ticket. Cost: 7 roubles.

These are samples of tickets for at most two trips in Moscow's subway. The ticket is valid within 3 days of the date of purchase.  At time of each trip the date, time and location code are printed on the back of the ticket. Cost: 14 roubles.

This is an open-ended ticket for riding in the Moscow subway.  You prepay a certain number of trips and at the time of first use, the amount of prepaid trips as well as the expiration date are printed on the ticket.  At time of each trip the date, time and location code are printed on the back of the ticket. This particular ticket was for 2 trips at a cost of 14 roubles.

This is also an open-ended ticket for riding in the Moscow subway. However, this type of ticket is valid within 30 days of the date of first use, but must be used for the first time before a predetermined date. Like all other subway tickets at time of each trip the date, time and location code are printed on the back of the ticket. This particular ticket was for at most 5 trips at a cost of 30 roubles and had to be first used by April 9, 2003. As the back shows only 4 trips were taken and the ticket was first used on December 21, 2002, from which time the allotted 30 days started.

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