Public transit will be adjusted near Spartak Stadium in northwestern Moscow. The changes are related to the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup matches, the Traffic Management Centre reported.
Traffic will run in event mode from midnight on 18 June to 3 am on 19 June, from midnight on 21 June to midnight on 22 June, from midnight on 25 June to midnight on 26 June, and from midnight to 9 pm on 2 July.
Traffic on these days will be restricted on streets parallel to Volokolamskoye Motorway, exits from the southern parallel road to Spartak Stadium on a section from Volokolamsky Proyezd to the intersection with the former military headquarters. Exits to the southern parallel road of Volokolamskoye Motorway from Lyotnaya Street will be closed near 77/1 and 73/1 building 2 and to northern parallel road near 88/8 and 88/1.
Parking will be banned on sections of Volokolamsky Proyezd, Lyotnaya Street and Stratonavtov Proyezd and stopping will be prohibited on these streets.
Specialists advise drivers to be more attentive, to keep the temporary changes in mind, and to pay attention to the traffic signs. They recommend that fans use public transit to get to the stadium due to the road situation.
The 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup scheduled for 17 June -2 July is being held in Russia for the first time. Three group stage matches and the third place final will take place at Moscow’s Spartak Stadium.