Last year, over 1.4 million passengers used buses during night hours. Each night, buses and trams carry about 4,000 people.
“The H1 buses that circulate from Sheremetyevo Airport to the city centre are the most popular route,” said Deputy Mayor of Moscow and Head of the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development Maxim Liksutov. “A total of 247,000 people have taken the route this year. Night buses and trams are one of the most comfortable and convenient ways to get home late at night when the rest of the transit system is off duty.”
There are 13 night bus routes connecting outer city districts with the centre of Moscow. The interchange hub for nine buses is at the Kitai-Gorod metro station. All-night routes to Kitai-Gorod include the H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6, H7, H11 and М10 buses. This hub is a change point for other buses or trams, too.
All-night routes have a frequency interval of 30 minutes, with 15 minutes on the B loop (circle) route. To learn more about bus schedules, visit the Mosgortrans website.
Moscow’s all-night bus routes
H1 Sheremetyevo Airport – Kitai-Gorod metro station
H2 Belovezhskaya Street – Kitai-Gorod metro station
H3 Ussuriyskaya Street – Kitai-Gorod metro station
H4 Novokosino – Kitai-Gorod metro station
H5 148 Kashirskoye Motorway – Kitai-Gorod metro station
H6 Ostashkovskaya Street – Kitai-Gorod metro station
H7 Vykhino’s 138th residential block – Kitai-Gorod metro station
H11 Vnukovo Airport – Kitai-Gorod metro station
B circle route (Garden Circle) Smolensky Boulevard clockwise (inner side)
B circle route (Garden Circle) Paveletsky Railway Station anticlockwise (outer side)
No. 15 VDNKh (south) – Novodevichy Convent
No. 3 Akademika Yangelya Street – Chistye Prudy metro station
M10 Lobnenskaya Street – Kitai-Gorod metro station