On the City Day, the metro and the Moscow Central Circle (MCC) will operate 24/7, as reported by Deputy Moscow Mayor, Head of the Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development Maxim Liksutov.
From 05:30 am 7 September till 01:00 am 9 September, the metro and MCC trains will run without interruptions. On the night of 7 to 8 September, the train intervals will be from three to ten minutes.
Surface transport will run according to the weekend schedule on 7 September (29 routes will change) and to the weekday schedule on 8 September (14 routes will change). There will be 13 extra night bus routes.
This will help Moscow citizens and visitors to celebrate the City Day at home or at a party, and then go on celebrating in the streets and city parks.
Suburban trains will run according to the weekend schedule - without the mid-day break, with extra trains and stops.
On 7 and 8 September, paid parking lots will be available as usual ― paid on Saturday, free on Sunday.
Streets to be closed off
From 10:00 pm 5 September till 08:00 am 9 September, Mokhovaya Street from Vozdvizhenka to Tverskaya Street, Okhotny Ryad Street, Tverskoi Proyezd, Maly Gnezdnikovsky, Leontyevsky, Nikitsky, Gazetny and Glinishchevsky pereuloks will be closed off.
On 7 September, 03:00 pm till 04:30 pm in Zelenograd, the section of Nikolai Zlobin Street adjacent to the Central Avenue will be closed off, and 04:00 pm till 05:00 pm traffic will be restricted on the Central Avenue section from Savelkinsky Proyezd to Nikolai Zlobin Street.
On 8 September, 02:30 pm till 09:30 pm, Sculptor Mukhina Street from Sholokhova Street to Chobotovskaya Street will be blocked off.
From 12:00 am to 10:00 pm 5 September, and from 08:00 am 9 September till 06:00 am 10 September, traffic in Tverskaya, Mokhovaya and Okhotny Ryad Streets will be restricted.
On 7 and 8 September, Akademika Sakharova Prospekt will be closed off for the Ours in the City music festival.