Recall that in the Leningrad sector, which caters to MTPC, buy tickets using the app since August last year. All the rest pertaining to the CFPP, implement online sales began from December 2018 through the app “Schedule and tickets CFPP”. The first three areas — Pushkinskaya, Kazan and Yaroslavl — got the opportunity last winter, and the rest Gorky, Kiev, Belarus, Kursk and Savelovsky, with the exception of Riga, — connected in the last two weeks.
You can buy a ticket for travel only between stations with turnstiles or validators — the app will itself tell you whether the passenger is, say, the District where the turnstiles are, the opportunity. Validators now massively installed on the platforms. By the way, thanks to them, passengers can buy tickets and the number of trips is also necessary to note at the beginning and the end of the journey.
To buy a ticket on the phone, you first need to upgrade to a smartphone app to your direction it “came”. Then in the “Schedule” or “Buy ticket” to choose route, date of travel and the ticket type — “there” or “there-back”. When you first purchase to specify the passport data (it is a requirement of Russian law) and e-mail will be sent receipts after shopping. To pay for the ticket by credit card or using Apple, Google or Samsung Pay. You then need to make the ticket valid — in the section “My tickets” click on “Activate ticket”, and then to scan QR code on display at a special turnstile (it is red with a code reader at the top) or validator. Validators — it’s bars of blue-green color with screens upstairs. If you go through the station turnstile, then you need to make a phone with the barcode to the turnstile again to let you to the station. If there is only a validator, a ticket more to make no need — the system knows that the passenger rides from this station.
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