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MOSCOW, April 13 (Itar-Tass) - Train traffic in the Paveletsky direction is completely resumed, a source at the Moscow Railways administration told Itar-Tass.
A support of the overpass, where Paveletsky direction trains run, was damaged in a serious accident last Wednesday. It occurred at the 36th km of the Starokashirskoye highway. Two bridge spans were destroyed.
Traffic was halted on one of the three tracks on the section between Domodedovo and Biryulyovo for repair work.
Twelve Aeroexpress runs to Domodedovo airport were cancelled, and the schedule for suburban trains was changed.
Overnight, all the metal constructions supporting the bridge were dismantled and replaced with reliable supports, the source said.
The main first track is opened for traffic. The trains run according to schedule.
Thus, the announced Aeroexpress schedule changes for this weekend are not in force. The expresses run according to schedule.
The Paveletsky direction of the Moscow Railway is one of the busiest in Moscow and the region. It links the capital with cities and towns in the south of the Moscow Region, from where tens of thousands of people a day go to Moscow for work and return back. Aeroexpresses run between the Paveletsky railway station and Domodedovo airport.
As was reported, railway workers completely repaired the bridge support damaged in the traffic accident. Train traffic on the line resumed in full.