At the depot, kids learned how trains are maintained and repaired and how locomotive crews are regularly trained. They also asked the depot's staff many interesting questions. The company's employees told the children what measures they take to ensure safe and secure passenger transportation, and also how one should behave at train stations, rail terminals, and railway passages.
Although it is new to our city, Moscow Transport Day is completely logical for such a metropolis as Moscow, where everybody and everything is always on the move. We are happy to be a part of this and to involve children who are under the care of the Tekstilschiki Rehab Centre. We hope that this event will help the children avoid dangerous situations on the railway," said Valery Fyodorov, COO of Aeroexpress.
The Tekstilschiki Rehab Centre provides support to physically disabled people and their families. Eleven patients from the centre took part in the excursion on July 8.