Bus station Mogilev
Belarus, Mogilev

The bus station of the city of Mogilev is the main connecting link between the settlements within the region. Bus traffic began its development in the thirties of the 20th century. In 1932, the Minsk-Mogilev highway (now M4) was built. Bus traffic in the city was opened in 1934 (the first route, Station - Val of the Red Star). After World War II, traffic in the city revived gradually. In 1946, bus traffic in the city was resumed. In 1947, five taxi cars drove off on their first flight. In 1952, the Minsk-Mogilev bus traffic was organized. Initially, the Mogilev Bus Station was located near the railway station - on Railway Station Square, but in 1968 it was moved to Leninsky Street. Getting to the bus station in Mogilev, most passengers go straight to the board with the bus schedule. From the Mogilev bus station, 35 intercity routes were laid (Kiev, Moscow, Orel, Smolensk, St. Petersburg, Riga) and 58 suburban routes, of which 36 were transit. The first bus leaves at 05.30 to Minsk.
Services offered at the bus station:
- implementation of international, intercity and suburban tickets;
- sale of commuter and city tickets;
- catering organization;
- booking tickets from 15 days to the day of departure;
- retail trade;
- services of a left-luggage office;
- Organization of rides of buses that do not belong to the transport system of Belarus.

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