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MOSCOW, January 19 (Itar-Tass) —— Some 70% of ground public transport in Moscow will be equipped with the GLONASS navigation satellite system this year, chief of the department of transport and development of the Moscow road infrastructure Maxim Liksutov told reporters on Thursday.
“This is 100% of all Moscow public transport vehicles and some cars of commercial carriers,” he said.
Meanwhile, he noted that the average speed of public transport on assigned lanes will reach 25 kilometers per hour this year. The average speed of public transport on assigned lanes is less than 20 kilometers per hour now.