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Tesla Considers Entering Russian Market

The manufacturer of Tesla electric cars is currently searching for premises in Moscow and St. Petersburg for potential future offices, showrooms and service centres

Competing with Nature

How Russia’s indigenous peoples move around

‘I Really Wanted to See the Places They Never Show to Foreigners’

A London native visited remote Russian villages and towns, experiencing firsthand traditional Russian craftsmanship

MAN, Schaeffler Propose to Launch Joint Production at Russian GAZ Plants

German companies MAN Truck&Bus and Schaeffler suggested creating joint ventures at the Russian GAZ

Russian Long-Distance Trains to Get Wi-Fi This Year

Wi-Fi will be made available in half of all Russian long-distance trains in 2017

Russian Equivalent of BlaBlaCar Now Has Two Million Users

In its first month of operation, more than two million people used BeepCar, a Russian ridesharing service that allows users to search for fellow travellers for road trips

Russia May Test Out Solar Panel Roads

Rosavtodor noted that the solar panel coating would be particularly useful in areas with the highest number of sunny days per year

Moscow to Open Bicycle Lanes on 23 Central Streets

Moscow is planning to pave bicycle lanes on the streets that were renovated in 2016 during the “My Street” project

Universal Chargers, Wi-Fi Now Available in 146 Public Transport Locations in Moscow

Universal chargers for mobile devices and laptops, as well as free access to the Internet via Wi-Fi, are now available at 146 public transport stations in Moscow

Female Bikers of Moscow

Girls on bikes who don’t have anything to prove

Over Two Thirds of Muscovites Are Happy with Public Transit

More than 70% of Moscow residents are happy with the way mass transit operates in the city, according to a poll conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center

Sales of Russian Lada Cars Surge by Half in Europe

Over the past four months, the European Union has sold 1,500 Lada cars, which is 52% more than a year ago

Uber and Gett May Introduce Monthly Passes in Moscow

Taxi services Uber and Gett may introduce a new monthly pass service in Moscow

First Russian Mi-38 Innovative Helicopters to Enter into Military Service

In the next two years, Russian Helicopters expect to hand over the first batch of new Mi-38 helicopters to the Russian army

Mobile Guides on Segways to Roam St. Petersburg Streets

The wheeled tour guides will travel along the most popular tourist routes of the city

Cinema Tram is Right on Track in Russia's Vladikavkaz

Russia’s first cinema tram has begun trundling through the streets of Vladikavkaz

St. Petersburg Engineers to Develop First Russian Solar Car

The Ministry of Industry and Trade supported the project of the first electric vehicle processing solar energy into fuel in Russia

Seven Miles Is Not a Detour: How to Get to Lake Baikal by Bus

Visiting the deepest lake in the world is a dream for many tourists, but the price of a plane or train ticket makes the trip too expensive for many

Russian Lada Vesta Cars Now on Sale in Germany

Russian Lada Vesta sedan is now available for purchase in Germany for a little over $13,000

Number of Electric Vehicles in Russia to Grow to 200,000 by 2020

The Russian Minister of Energy Alexander Novak believes that the number of electric vehicles (EVs) in Russia could grow to 200,000 by 2020

Moscow Awarded UITP 2017 Transport Prize

Moscow has become a laureate of the transport prize in the nomination of "Strategy for the development of public transport"

Lada Raven Futuristic Super Сar Under Production in Crimea

First production model of the Russian super car will be rolled out in the fall of 2018