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28 April 2021

Metro service around-the-clock plus special shuttles: Plans for St. Petersburg’s transport system during 2020 UEFA European Football Championship

Metro service around-the-clock plus special shuttles: Plans for St. Petersburg’s transport system during 2020 UEFA European Football Championship

On match days, fans flocking to the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship will be able to use additional late-night routes and the city's public transport free of charge.

In order not to pay, they should present their fan electronic travel card, match ticket and FAN ID. Volunteers and UEFA-accredited people should show their accreditation cards and Podorozhnik travel cards from the accreditation center.

Volunteers and UEFA-accredited persons will be entitled to use free public transport routes from June 5 to July 14.

User-friendly shuttles

"We are launching special shuttle buses that will ferry fans to Saint Petersburg Stadium and the city's central districts. They will start operating three hours before each game, and the last shuttle will depart three hours after the end of the match. In turn, the S10 shuttle will start operating five hours before each game," Head of the City Transport Committee Kirill Polyakov noted.

Up to 113 environmentally friendly shuttle buses not more than five years old and meeting Euro 5 emission standards will crisscross the city. Each bus will carry up to 150 people and provide maximum comfort for those with disabilities and passengers with children.

Shuttle bus routes during the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship

S1 Pulkovo Airport to Vosstaniya Square (30 Ligovsky Proyezd)

S2 Vosstaniya Square (30 Ligovsky Proyezd) to Saint Petersburg Stadium

S3 Petrogradskaya metro station to Saint Petersburg Stadium

S4 Vyborgskaya metro station to Saint Petersburg Stadium

S6 Chkalovskaya metro station to Saint Petersburg Stadium

S10 Pulkovo Airport to Saint Petersburg Stadium

City transport

Apart from the special routes, people can reach the stadium using the usual public transport. Streetcar Routes 19 and 48, as well as the metro and commuter trains; the latter run within city limits and all over the Leningrad Region.

The metro and certain surface transport routes will operate around-the-clock when there are late-night matches.

The following public transport routes will operate around-the-clock during late-night matches:

Buses: 2, 3, 26, 33, 54, 86, 92, 93, 101, 107, 115A, 123, 145, 154, 161, 172, 187, 196, 210

Trolleybuses: 37, 39

Streetcars: 60, 21

All updates on the work of the city's public transport system will be promptly posted on official media resources and on the official EURO 2020 mobile app.

 

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