OREANDA-NEWS Passengers of urban transport in Moscow can get water for free at metro stations, train stations and bus stations, at all berths of regular river electric transport due to hot weather, the metropolitan Department of Transport reported.

"We distribute drinking water to passengers for free, tell them what rules should be followed in hot weather. We use audio information in the subway for this, as well as posters at all metro stations and the MCC. Take care of yourself and please be careful when traveling in public transport," said Deputy Mayor of Moscow, head of the Department of Transport Maxim Liksutov, whose words are quoted in the telegram channel of the Moscow Department of Transport.

The Department of Transport clarified that water can be obtained from 15:00 at the metro stations: Izmailovskaya, Filevsky Park, Bagrationovskaya, Fili, Kutuzovskaya, Studentskaya, Kuntsevskaya, Pionerskaya and Vykhino.

You can also get water from 15:00 at the bus stations: Tsentralny, Salarievo, Krasnogvardeysky, Yuzhnye Vorota and Severnye Vorota.

In addition, the Central Suburban Passenger Company offers water from 14:00 to 17:00 at Yaroslavsky, Kazansky, Kursky, Savelovsky, Belorussky, Paveletsky and Kievsky railway stations; as well as at Podolsk, Tushinskaya, Vykhino and Mytishchi stations.

Passengers can take water bottles at Khovrino, Zelenograd-Kryukovo and Skhodnya stations. Starting at 13:30, water will be distributed at Khimki station and Leningradsky Railway Station.

Aeroexpress offers free bottled water in its express buses.

Water bottles are also distributed to passengers at all berths of regular river electric transport.

The Department of Transport stressed that metro workers measure the temperature at stations daily and, if necessary, adjust the ventilation mode, now it works in summer mode.

Based on the results of temperature measurements, the list of stations for free distribution of water will be adjusted if necessary.

The day before, Roman Vilfand, scientific director of the Hydrometeorological Center of the Russian Federation, told Interfax that hot weather would come to Moscow on Friday, the thermometer columns would rise to plus 32 degrees, and therefore a storm warning was issued; this situation would remain until the middle of the week.