More than 600 cars and an open-air exhibition: what the Moscow Municipal Service Vehicle Parade is to be like

More than 600 cars and an open-air exhibition: what the Moscow Municipal Service Vehicle Parade is to be like
The parade will take place on 14 September in Sadovoye Koltso.

More than 600 cars will take part in the Moscow Municipal Service Vehicle Parade, as reported by First Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Housing, Utilities and Amenities Pyotr Biryukov.

The parade will take place on 14 September in Sadovoye Koltso. Muscovites and visitors will see modern and vintage refuse collection, street-cleaning, municipal maintenance service and medical vehicles, public transport, heavy rescue vehicles and fire engines, as well as exhibits of the Moscow Transport Museum.

The column will set off at 11:00 am from Akademika Sakharova Square. After the parade finishes, the Square will host an open-air exhibition featuring over 200 municipal service vehicles.

Visitors will also enjoy a water show, with fire and rescue ships and Aquabikespas (Moscow Emercom) vehicles parading along the Moskva River from Krymsky Bridge to Neskuchny Garden with a demonstration of their emergency response capabilities.

The first Moscow Municipal Service Vehicle Parade was held in Sadovoye Koltso in September 2016, later listed in the European Guinness Book of Records as the biggest municipal service vehicle parade.