Moscow Railway

Moscow Railway (Russian: Московская железная дорога) is a subsidiary of Russian Railways that handles half of Russia's suburban railway operations and a quarter of the country's passenger traffic. As of 2009 the railway, which has its headquarters near Komsomolskaya Square in Moscow, employed 73 600 people.[1] It manages railway services in much of Central Russia, including Moscow and Moscow Oblast (all railways except the railroad to Saint Petersburg, which is managed by October Railway), Smolensk, Vladimir, Ryazan, Tula, Kaluga, Bryansk, Oryol, Lipetsk, and Kursk Oblasts.

Moscow Railway
Московская железная дорога
Мост Савёловской ж.д. - panoramio.jpg
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HeadquartersMoscow
LocaleCentral Russia, Russian Federation
Dates of operation1959–present
Technical
Track gauge1,520 mm (4 ft 11 2732 in) Russian gauge
Length3,275 km (2,030 mi)
Other
Websitehttp://mzd.rzd.ru/
The Little Ring of the Moscow Railway in 2007, before it was converted to Moscow Central Circle.

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