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MOSCOW, September 25 (Itar-Tass) —— Before the yearend, Moscow will equip about eight thousand buses and trolley buses with the GLONASS navigation system, Moscow’s Deputy Mayor supervising transport Nikolai Lyamov said.
The buses and trolleys will be “introduced into a united dispatch system," he said. In addition, GLONASS will appear at 1,500 buses working in the Moscow Region, and at 5,500 vehicles of commercial carriers. They all will be managed by the united department of public transport.
Now the city gets new vehicles for public transport, which has the GLONASS system installed at the factory. The buses, which were produced earlier, will be equipped with the system additionally.
"We have already equipped about 300 vehicles."
"The work is carried out in a test mode, but we can already see those cars that are equipped, in a real place in real time," Lyamov said.