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On 14 August 2015, double-decker train No. 46/45 Moscow - Voronezh set a Russian record for a regular long-distance train with the largest number of seats travelling all the year round. Russian railways do not have another train which can handle 1,320 passengers.
The launch of the double-decker Moscow — Voronezh train became a new stage in the implementation of the Daily Express program on July 31, 2015. The train is made up of wagons with 1st- and 2nd-class seats; compartments in 1st-class wagons are equipped with double occupancy.
The route includes stops at Ryazan, and Michurinsk, and Gryazi Voronezhsky stations. The two-story Moscow — Voronezh train is the fastest train on this route: travel time is 6 hours 35 minutes. It is planned to further reduce time in transit.
Moscow — Nizhny Novgorod high-speed train Strizh carried more than 79000 passengers in the first month of service.
Strizh trains began running on the 1st of June 2015. Since July, the number of services was increased from 5 to 7 per day, with the maximum number running on Fridays.
Numerous Strizh trains stop at Vladimir, Kovrov and Dzerzhinsk stations, but there are also direct services. The minimum travel time is 3 hours 35 minutes.
The train includes cars with seating in 1st and 2nd class carriages, sleeping cars (VIP), a buffet car and a dining car. The carriages are equipped with air conditioning and environmentally friendly toilet units.
The Tallinn-St.Petersburg and Tallinn-Moscow train services, which were terminated in May due to decrease in passenger numbers, have been relaunched as a single Tallinn-St.Petersburg-Moscow route.
The journey from Tallinn to Moscow will last 18 hours, and a return leg 16 hours, both with a stopover in St. Petersburg.
The daily service from Tallinn leaves at 15:20 and arrives at St.Petersburg at 23:07 and at Moscow at 09:32.
The service from Moscow departs at 23:00 and arrives at Tallinn at 13:38 the next day.
A dual formation Sapsan train has set a new Guinness World Record for the longest high-speed train in the world. Built by Siemens, 20-car Russian gauge train, which already holds the record of being the fastest train on Russia’s national rail network, measured 500 metres and 78 centimetres. Russian Railways (RZD) began operating the dual formation Sapsan train in August in order to increase capacity on the Moscow-St. Petersburg route.
On October 19, 2014 Russian Railways company has launched new luxury trains Lastochka connecting St. Petersburg and Petrozavodsk. Now you can enjoy speedy and comfortable journey to the capital of Karelia and visit Kizhi, an architectural complex included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Trains № 806/805, St. Petersburg — Petrozavodsk and № 805/806, Petrozavodsk — Saint Petersburg run on a daily basis.