Traffic jam again occurs at the entrance to Krymsky from the Kuban 08:54

A line of 620 cars formed at the entrance to the Crimean bridge from the Krasnodar Territory. Reported on this Telegram channel “Crimean bridge: operational information”.

It was noted that there was no traffic problem by Kerch.

“There are 620 vehicles in line from Taman. The publication says the standby time is about three hours.

On July 11, it was reported that there was a queue of cars going from the Krasnodar Territory to the Crimean bridge. decreased up to 85 vehicles.

On July 10, the line from the Krasnodar Territory to the Crimean bridge increased from 700 to 1200 cars in two hours. Drivers had to wait in line for about 5 hours. By 19:00 (Moscow time), there were already 425 cars in the traffic jam, the waiting time was reduced to two hours.

The Crimean bridge is open to cars and tourist buses. Trucks can go to the Crimea and return via the Kerch ferry crossing or by land via Zaporozhye, Kherson regions and the DPR.

In front of the Crimean bridge before opened additional checkpoints.



Source: Gazeta

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