The Voronezh City Hall рфы specified еруfuture locations of “smart” bus stops. The list was published on Tuesday, October 23.

The “smart” bus stops will be equipped with an outline map of bus routes, an electronic display, lights, and video cameras. Also, the bus stops will have free Wi-Fi, USB-charging points and service payment terminals. The system will be placed in the advertisement structures of the bus stops. The framework structures of the bus stops will be made of metal with a matte coating.

The bus stops will be installed at the expense of an investor specified following the results of an auction. There is a total of 30 places for installing the bus stop complexes. The project implies two stages of development. During the first stage, the new format bus stops will be installed at the following addresses:

1. “The Hotel” (1K, General Chernyakhovsky Square, on Koltsovskaya Street near the Voronezh-1 station);
2. “Plekhanovskaya Street” (52, Koltsovskaya Street);
3. “Kutsygin Street” (6, Kirova Street);
4. “Kirova Street” (11, Kirova Street);
5. “Brusilova Street” (96A, Leninsky Avenue);
6. “Maksimir” (174P, Leninsky Avenue);
7. “Beryozovaya Roshcha”.

During the second stage, the new format bus stops will be installed at the following addresses:

1. “Chizhovsky Bridgehead” (on the way to the city center);
2. “Vyborgskaya Street” (on the way from the city center);
3. “Vyborgskaya Street” (from the direction of Petrovskaya Embankment);
4. “Lebedev Street” (on the way from the city center);
5. “Lebedev Street” (from the direction of the Sibur Plant);

6. “Begovaya Street” (from the direction of Kominternovsky Cemetery);
7. “Glory Monument” (83, Kholzunova Street);
8. “Glory Monument” (91, Moskovsky Avenue);
9. “Moskovsky Avenue Shopping and Recreation Center” (90, Moskovsky Avenue);
10. “Chernavsky Bridge” (Stepan Razin Street, on the way to the city center);
11. “Zheleznodorozhnaya Polyclinic” (1A, Revolution Avenue);
12. “Kosmonavtov Street” (from the direction of the Mechanical Plant);
13. “Giprokauchuk Institute” (11, Leninsky Avenue);
14. “Giprokauchuk Institute” (20/1, Leninsky Avenue);
15. “Minskaya Street” (17, Minskaya Street);
16. “Electronika Recreation Center” (2E, Ostuzheva Street);
17. “Brusilova Street” (95B, Leninsky Avenue, from the direction of Evropa Trade Center);
18. “Chernavsky Bridge” (Stepan Razin Street, on the way from the city center);
19. “Kosmonavtov Street” (24, Voroshilov Street);
20. “Ostuzheva Street” (17, Ostuzheva Street);
21. “Morava, Domostroiteley Street” (139, Peshestreletskaya Street);
22.“Vladimir Nevsky Street” (15, Vladimir Nevsky Street);
23. “Truda Avenue” (7A, Moskovsky Avenue).

The context

In late April of 2018, the Ministry of Construction of Russia formed a list of 18 territories for implementing pilot projects of the “Smart City” project. The list included Voronezh. The testing will include both host-centric information systems and pinpointed “smart” developments - for example, mobile applications for housing and public utility companies synchronized with GIS ZhKH. All the solutions will be aimed at making the everyday life of citizens more comfortable. The pilot project testing territories will become the grounds for implementing the developments of Rostelecom, Rosnano, Rostech, Rosatom and other large companies. The work will also involve major universities of the country.