Fares and Tickets
Starting September 20, 2013 you can add any paper ticket to your Troika card, including Unified, 90 Minute, and TAT tickets. Suburban rail passes are also available on the Troika card. Now you can store multiple tickets in one place and use Troika like a typical ticket.
Select one of the three new ticket options to fit your need, or purchase the new Troika card.
- Unified ticket (in Russian, Yediniy bilet) – a ticket valid for the Metro and all types of surface transport.
- 90 Minute ticket (in Russian, Bilet devianosto minut) – a ticket good for one ride on the Metro plus unlimited surface transport within a 90-minute period.
- Trolleybus-Bus-Tram (or use the Russian acronym, TAT! It stands for trolleibus – avtobus – tramvai) – a ticket for all forms of surface transport. Note, this does not include marshrutka or elektrichka.
- Troika is an electronic transport card which is easy to top up, add any public city transport ticket or railway pass to