"According to the documentation, the contractor will develop individual designs of nighttime lighting for bridges and buildings in two modes – for everyday use and for holidays," the press service said.
Among the sites mentioned in the list there are the Luzhnetsky railway bridge (between Novodevichy and Berezhkovskaya embankments), Dorogomilovskiy bridge (on Presnenskaya embankment), Danilovskiy bridge (on Danilovskaya embankment), Andreevskiy bridge (between Puskinskaya and Frunzenskaya embankments) and another dozen bridges.
According to the tender documentation, lighting will also be designed for Likhobory, Lefortovo, Kutuzovo, Serebryaniy Bor, Presnya, Podmoskovnaya, Andronovka and Ugreshskaya railway stations.
Five tender contracts in total cost 18 million roubles with the Moscow Department of Fuel and Enegry acting as client. The tender winner will be determined after October 5.
The Moscow Central Ring Railway was launched on September 10. Some 26 stations with 12 connections to the metro and 6 to commuter trains are already available to passengers. Before the end of 2016, Moscow will open all 31 train stations with 14 connections to commuter trains. Train rides will be free of charge in first month after launch.