Moscow Metro is the main type of public transport in Moscow and one of the biggest underground transport operators of Europe. Moscow Metro is member of biggest international transport organizations, such as UITP and CoMET as well as International Metro Association, uniting metros and transport operators of Russia and CIS countries. Moscow Metro is represented at all events, organized by this Associations.
Moscow Metro today is 12 lines, with total length of 338,9 km. and 203 stations. Every workday Moscow Metro is used by more than 8 million passengers. Average passenger trip distance is approximately 14,61 km. Every day more than 10 000 trains pass with minimal headway of 90 seconds.
56% of all passenger public transportation in Moscow is done by Moscow Metro. Moscow metro is on the 1st place in the world in traffic density, reliability and passenger transportation. It is on one of first three places in practically all other indicators.
JSC Mosmetrostroy is the largest Russian company of the metro construction and other transport facilities, performs works of any scale and complexity on a "turnkey" in various engineering-geological and restrained urban conditions. Mosmetrostroy was established in 1931 and laid the basis for domestic metro system development. The first line of the Moscow Metro constructed in record time and put into operation on May 15, 1935.
In 85 years, Moscow Metrostroy constructed 186 metro stations, more than 600 km main line tunnels driven, and road junctions and highways with the total length more than 30 km. Moscow Mosmetrostroy was awarded for outstanding service with Order of Lenin, Order of the October Revolution, Order of the Red Banner of Labour and Order of Peoples' Friendship. Nowadays, Mosmetrostroy is one of the largest companies in Russia with the total headcount of over 14 thousand.
GAZ Group has been specialized in the manufacture and sale of commercial vehicles and buses of all classes and purposes. The lineup of the company in the bus segment includes over 20 base models of urban models (including low-floor buses) in the range from 7 to 18 m, suburban, intercity, tourist and school buses, as well as buses for commercial traffic and special purposes.
The company accounts for about 75% of the Russian bus market.
Variety of the model line-up allows the user to find the optimal solution for its bus fleet update and expand its business, taking into account the specifics of the routes and area of use.
The Bus Division of the GAZ Group is a transport supplier for the national key projects, such as Olympics 2014 in Sochi and the World Cup 2018.
The model range of the manufactured equipment is integrated into a single unified lineup that implies the use of identical body elements and units of vehicles in the production of various models. The bus manufacturers, members of the GAZ Group: Pavlovo Bus Plant (specializing in small and middle class buses), Kurgan Bus Plant (middle class buses), Likino Bus Plant (large and extra large class models).