Moscow traffic police announce traffic restrictions on City Day 10:44

Traffic will be restricted on some streets due to City Day celebrations in Moscow on September 9 and 10, 2023. In this respect reported “Moscow State Traffic Inspectorate” on the Telegram channel.

For this reason, the movement of vehicles will be restricted on some streets in the city center from 18.00 on September 9 until the end of the event. These are the streets of Saveliev, Dovator, the 10th anniversary of October, the 3rd Frunzenskaya, Efremov street, Trubetskaya, Kholzunov lane, the reserve of the Komsomolsky prospect and the Projected passage No. 2309.

From 12 noon to 22 hours on September 9, traffic will be closed on the streets of General Yermolov and on the two side passages of Kutuzovsky Prospekt. At the same place, on Saturday, September 10, traffic will be limited between 15:00 and 20:00.

In TiNAO, from 8 am to 4 pm on September 9, traffic will be restricted on Molodyozhnaya and Berezovaya streets, and the next day, Theater Street will be closed from 8 am to 22 pm.

It was previously known that it was located north of Moscow. dead big accident.



Source: Gazeta

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