All stations of the Moscow metro have now returned to normal operation. This was announced on Sunday, January 31, by the Moscow Deptrans on its Telegram channel, with reference to the data of the metropolitan subway.
“Mosmetro: all metro stations are operating normally,” the department noted.
Unauthorized actions are taking place on January 31 in Moscow and other cities of Russia. The police are arresting some of the offenders. Law enforcers patrol the streets of Moscow on a heavy duty.
Also in the Russian capital, the center was closed and several metro stations were closed. We are talking about the stations Krasnye Vorota, Sukharevskaya, Aleksandrovsky Sad, Okhotny Ryad, Teatralnaya, Ploschad Revolyutsii, Kuznetsky Most, Lubyanka and Kitai-Gorod.
In addition, it was reported that the Trubnaya metro station in the city center was closed for passenger exits, and the exit from the Pushkinskaya, Chekhovskaya and Tverskaya stations was also restricted.
At the same time, it became known about the disruption of the movement of eight routes of ground transport in Moscow due to the exit of pedestrians to the roadway. According to the Moscow State Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, about 2 thousand people took part in the unauthorized action in the city.
On the eve of the Center for Traffic Management (TsODD) informed that on Sunday in Moscow it will be prohibited to park cars on Mokhovaya and Okhotny Ryad streets, in Teatralny and Kitaygorodsky passages, on Novaya Square, as well as on Moskvoretskaya and Kremlin embankments.
In addition to this, it was reported that catering establishments and trade and service enterprises, which are located in the areas of the capital, where it is planned to restrict pedestrian traffic, will be closed on this day. Also in the city center will limit the sale of alcohol in glass containers.
The Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, in turn, again called on citizens to refrain from participating in unauthorized actions on January 31. The department warned about administrative and criminal liability for offenses.