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In Vladivostok, more expensive travel on public transport
Vladivostok authorities announced an increase in fares on city public transport. They explain this decision by rising fuel prices, spare parts and the need to update the fleet. However, the fare will still be lower than that proposed by the carrier.
According to the press service of the city hall of the coastal capital, the decision was made on September 23 at a meeting of the city commission on the regulation of prices for public transport services. The lowest price will be for electric vehicles - trams, trolleybuses and a cable car, it will be 20 rubles.
Previously, traveling by tram and trolleybus cost 16 rubles, and by funicular - 14 rubles. Most of all, the price rose during one trip on the bus. If earlier it cost 23 rubles, now passengers will have to pay 28 rubles.