Why the Troika card?
The Troika card is a reusable plastic card that combines all ticket options and makes public transport more convenient.
A plastic card that can be topped up with any amount, and also аdd any paper ticket from the current fare menu.
|Unified (Yediniy) 1 ride||TAT (trolleybus, bus, tram) 1 ride||90 minute 1 ticket journey = 1 ride by MetroMetro or monorail + unlimited touch-ins on surface transport within 90 minutes.|
When you add a ticket to your Troika card your account will always be debited first according to the tariff of the ticket, and second according to Troika’s usual rates. Troika’s basic tariff rates – 28 rub for Metro, 26 rub for TAT, 44 rub for 90 Minute – will be reactivated after the expiration or full use of your “paper” ticket.
The network of top-up points will be gradually expanded.
- metro ticket office
- ticket machine
- payment terminals
- text message
The advantages of the Troika card will continue to increase, making it popular for those who value convenience and flexibility.
|Independence Be free from queuing, ticket kiosks, and schedules. Top up as easily as you do your cell phone, for any amount, and without fees.||Freedom With Troika you can move throughout the city on a single card, whether for city transport, suburban commuter trains (elektrichka), and also Aeroexpress, parking, and bicycle rentals. by the end of 2013||Security The balance on your Troika card never expires and is protected from loss or theft when you register your card to your cell phone number. will be in 2014|
|Smart usage The Troika card is a smart way to use public transport. It automatically selects the cheapest tariffs among the tickets you add to the card. After a paper ticket on Troika expires or is used up, you pay the usual Troika base tariff.||No service fee And the 50 ruble deposit can be refunded at any time.||Stability Troika card fares are fixed through 2015.|