Russia Rail Pass - Russia Rail Passes

Russia Rail Pass - Russian Rail Passes

Enjoy rail travel in Russia, where visitors can marvel at the vast openess of this huge country and spend a magical weekend in Moscow. Popular routes bring you to these stunning landscapes.

Moscow or Москва́ is the capital and most populous city of Russia, with 13.2 million residents within the city limits and 17 million within the urban area. Moscow is one of Russia's federal cities

Russian Railways or ОАО Российские железные дороги or ОАО РЖД, translit. OAO Rossiyskie zheleznye dorogi or OAO RZhD is a Russian fully state-owned vertically integrated company, both managing infrastructure and operating freight and passenger train services.

Russian Railways or RZD has a near-monopoly on long-distance train travel, with its subsidiary, Federal Passenger Company, accounting for 90% of total passenger turnover in 2017. Passenger transportation accounted for 10.6% of the company's revenue in 2017. The long-distance passenger fleet includes 19,386 rail cars as of 2017, with an average age of 19.1 years. Over 60% of long-distance passengers travel in third-class sleeping carriages.

The long-distance rail passenger business is under increasing competition from airlines, due to their aggressive domestic pricing policies and generally shorter travel times for routes under 1,000km. International rail passenger traffic dropped from 19.4 million passengers in 2013 to 6.8 million in 2017.

In 2005–2010, JSC Russian Railways has launched a program to introduce new high-speed trains. The first train launched, Sapsan (peregrine falcon), connects St. Petersburg, Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod and is operated with trains manufactured by the German company Siemens.

The second train, Allegro, has run from December 2010 from St. Petersburg to Helsinki (Finland) via the city of Vyborg and is owned and operated together with the Finnish VR Group.

Peregrine Falcon was the most successful passenger train of JSC Russian Railways with occupancy rate of 84.5% (according to RZD in 2010) and profitability of 30% (although capital costs were not included in its calculation)

Railways in Crimea are controlled by Crimea Railway, a separate company.

Moscow Railway Stations

Several train stations serve the city. Moscow's nine rail terminals (or vokzals) are:

Belorussky Railway Station
7 Tverskaya Zastava Square
Metro: Belorusskaya
Tram: 7, 9

Kazansky Railway Station
2 Komsomolskaya Square
Krasnoselsky District
Metro: Komsomolskaya
Tram: 7, 13, 37, 50

Kiyevsky Railway Station
1, Kiyevskogo Vokzala sq
Metro: Kiyevskaya
Trolleybuses: T-7, 17, 34, 34к

Kursky Railway Station
29 Zemlyanoi Val St.
Metro: Kurskaya, Chkalovskaya
Tram: 20, 24, Б

Leningradsky Railway Station
3, Komsomolskaya Square
Metro: Komsomolskaya
Tram: 7, 13, 37, 50

Paveletsky Railway Station
1a Paveletskaya Square
Metro: Paveletskaya
Tram: 3, 35, 38, 39, A

Rizhsky Railway Station
1 Rizhskaya Sq.
Metro: Rizhskaya
Trolleybus: 14, 42

Savyolovsky Railway Station
Savyolovsky Station Square
Maryina roshcha District
Metro: Savyolovskaya
Trolleybus: 42, 56

Yaroslavsky Railway Station
5 Komsomolskaya Sq.
Metro: Komsomolskaya
Tram: 7, 13, 37, 50

The terminals are located close to the city center, along the metro ringline 5 or close to it, and connect to a metroline to the centre of town. Each station handles trains from different parts of Europe and Asia.[159] There are many smaller railway stations in Moscow. As train tickets are cheap, they are the preferred mode of travelling for Russians, especially when departing to Saint Petersburg, Russia's second-largest city. Moscow is the western terminus of the Trans-Siberian Railway, which traverses nearly 9,300 kilometres (5,800 mi) of Russian territory to Vladivostok on the Pacific coast.

Suburbs and satellite cities are connected by commuter elektrichka (electric rail) network. Elektrichkas depart from each of these terminals to the nearby (up to 140 km or 87 mi) large railway stations.

During the 2010s, the Little Ring of the Moscow Railway was converted to be used for frequent passenger service; it is fully integrated with Moscow Metro; the passenger service started on September 10, 2016. There is a connecting railway line on the North side of the town that connects Belorussky terminal with other railway lines. This is used by some suburban trains.

The Greater Ring of the Moscow Railway forms a ring around the main part of Moscow

Russia 1 Country Pass

Interrail Russia Pass (There is no Interrail Russia pass at present)

Eurail Russia Pass
 (There is no Eurail Russia pass at present)

Russia 2 Countries Pass

Travel in 2 bordering countries in Europe.

Eurail Select Pass  (Eurail is a European Rail Pass for Non Europeans)

Russia 3 Countries Pass

Travel in 3 bordering countries in Europe.

Eurail Select Pass

Russia 4 Countries Pass

Travel in 4 bordering countries in Europe.

Eurail Select Pass

Eurail Global Rail Pass 28 Countries Pass

Enjoy train travel in 28 countries with this one pass!

Eurail Global Pass

Interrail Global Rail Pass 30 Countries Pass

Enjoy train travel in 30 countries with this one pass!

Interrail Global Pass


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