All Russian passenger trains will switch to trains on the new railway line zhuravka — Millerovo to bypass Ukraine from December 11. This was announced by the Director of Railways for passenger transport Dmitry Pegov.
Railways 11 December 2017 fully transferred passenger long-distance trains on trains on the new railway line zhuravka — Millerovo to bypass Ukraine, reports TASS with reference to the statement by the Director of Railways for passenger transport Dmitry Pegova.
Railways in September 2017 launched on new bypass freight trains, in mid-November — a passenger who went without interruption on the old line. The Minister of transport of Russia Maxim Sokolov in November it was announced that all trains to the end of 2017 will be transferred to the new railway bypassing Ukraine.
New Railways with a length of 137 kilometers passes through the territory of the Voronezh and Rostov regions. On the way built seven new rail stations.
Railways will sell tickets for trains 90 days before departure