Charging kiosks for mobile phones, tablets and laptops available at 16 stations on the Moscow Central Circle

Charging kiosks for mobile phones, tablets and laptops available at 16 stations on the Moscow Central Circle
Passengers can charge their digital devices at 24 kiosks (charging posts). Their number will almost double by the end of the year, when the kiosks are installed at all Moscow Central Circle stations.

To date, 24 branded charging kiosks bearing the logo of the Moscow Metro have become available at 16 stations of the Moscow Central Circle (MCR). They are installed in the station lobbies.

“By the end of the year, 40 charging kiosks will be set up in all stations of the MCR,” First Deputy Head of the Moscow Metro for Strategic Development and Client Work Roman Latypov said.

Two such kiosks will appear at Ploshchad Gagarina, Novokhokhlovskaya, Verkhniye Kotly, Shosse Entuziastov and other stations (a full list is provided below – mos.ru). One charging kiosk for smartphones, tablets and laptops has been placed at Luzhniki, Delovoi Tsentr and others.

Roman Latypov added that there are 16 USB slots and eight outlets with a voltage of 220 V. Devices can be placed on special pads.

Two outlets and four USB slots on each of the kiosks are located low enough to be convenient for people with limited mobility.

Passengers can also charge their gadgets on Lastochka trains running on the MCR, where free Wi-Fi is also available. Detailed information about the Moscow Central Circle is published in the special project section on the mos.ru website.

List of stations with mobile charging kiosks:

-Koptevo (two kiosks);

-Panfilovskaya (one kiosk);

-Zorge (one kiosk);

-Rostokino (one kiosk);

-Novokhokhlovskaya (two kiosks);

-Ploshchad Gagarina (two kiosks);

-Luzhniki (one kiosk);

-Kutuzovskaya (one kiosk);

-Krymskaya (two kiosks);

-Botanichesky Sad (two kiosks);

-Shosse Entuziastov (two kiosks);

-Belokamennaya (two kiosks);

-Delovoi Tsentr (one kiosk);

-Shelepikha (one kiosk);

-Khoroshovo (one kiosk);

-Verkhniye Kotly (two kiosks).