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Buses

Buses in Moscow Moscow's bus network is a complex mixture of private and state-owned vehicles, with little co-ordinated information about routes and schedules available. Tickets for state-run buses, which are usually (though not always) shabbier and more crowded, can be bought, like tram and trolleybus tickets, in booklets of ten from kiosks and metro stations. Privately-owned buses, which are identified by the letters 'K' or 'E' before their route number, usually have a conductor on board. Some newer Moscow buses now have a turnstile system which prevents you from boarding without a valid ticket.

Bus stops are designated by a sign marked with an 'A' (for avtobus), and buses are supposed to run from 06.00 to 01.00. As traffic in the centre of Moscow can be extremely heavy, buses are only really useful when traveling further from the centre.

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