Two new railway stations opened in Yudino township near Kazan

3 August 2014, Sunday
New buildings of railway stations "Yudino-1" and "Yudino-2" opened in Yudino township near Kazan today, on the Railway Workers’ Day. Tatarstan Prime Minister Ildar Khalikov, Tatarstan Minister of Transport and Roads Lenar Safin, Head of the Executive Committee of Kazan Denis Kalinkin took part in a solemn ceremony.

The construction cost of two buildings made more than 90 million roubles. The railway stations are equipped with modern fire alarm systems, dynamic schedule boards, as well as passenger - cashier communication system.

Speaking at the opening ceremony Ildar Khalikov congratulated railway workers on their professional holiday.

He thanked executives of the Russian Railways and Gorky Railway for all that has been done in the republic in recent years to improve the transport infrastructure.

Tatarstan Prime Minister also awarded a number of the best railway workers and handed in a symbolic key from the new station to the station master. At the end of the ceremony the honoured guests rang the station's bell, marking the opening of new stations.

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