Table of contents:
- Who can get a pass?
- How do I get a pass?
- How often do you need to issue a pass?
- What does the pass look like?
- Who will check them?
- What happens if there is no pass?
- May I be denied a pass?
- What will happen to personal data when it's over?
Video: How To Get A Pass For Travel By Car And Other Transport In Moscow And The Moscow Region
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 13:59
From April 13, the authorities of Moscow and the Moscow region are introducing a pass system for movement on any type of transport: both personal (including mopeds and bicycles) and public. This measure is temporary and was introduced to combat the spread of coronavirus infection. We answer the main questions about how everything will be arranged.
Who can get a pass?
From April 13, all residents of Moscow and the Moscow region can do this, with the exception of people quarantined - infected with coronavirus, recently recovered or arrived from abroad. You do not need to get a pass for military personnel, law enforcement officers, judges, journalists and other employees of institutions with government certificates. Also, there is no need to draw up separate documents for children under 14 years old if they are traveling with their parents.
How do I get a pass?
The pass can be obtained in three ways:
- through regional portals in Moscow and the Moscow region;
- - by SMS to 7377;
- - by calling the unified reference service of the Moscow government - (495) 777-77-77.
On the websites of regional authorities, you will be required to fill out a simple form. When registering via SMS, you will have to indicate the purpose of the trip, the type of transport you plan to use, the number of the car or travel document (Troika or Strelka cards), the series and number of your own passport, as well as the name of the organization to which you are going.
The easiest way to get a pass is through a single help desk: the operator himself recognizes and fills in all the data for a digital pass.
Residents of Moscow must order a pass on the website of the Moscow government, and residents of the Moscow region - on the regional website. At the same time, there is “roaming” passes between Moscow and the region, and it is not required to receive a separate pass for trips from the Moscow region to the city.
For trips to Moscow from other regions, a pass must be obtained on the mos.ru website.
How often do you need to issue a pass?
If you need a pass in order to commute to work, then it will be valid until April 30 and you do not need to reissue it. The number of trips in this case is not limited. We are also talking about couriers.
One-time passes are issued for visiting medical institutions. They are valid for one calendar day and are issued an unlimited number of times.
For all other personal trips, for example, to a store, a pass is issued for a period of one calendar day, but no more than twice a week.
What does the pass look like?
A badge is a 12-digit numeric code that you either print out or save to your phone. With its help, the employees of the regulatory authorities will be able to make sure that the pass was issued to you (therefore, you must have a passport with you) and you follow exactly where you indicated when submitting an application.
Who will check them?
The documents can be checked by employees of state and city services, for example, the traffic police or MADI. In addition, taxi operators are required to ask for a pass. If you do not have a pass, your trip may be refused.
What happens if there is no pass?
If you are stopped without a pass, and this is most likely inevitable - because the traffic police has already strengthened control at the entrance to the city and inside the capital - then you face a fine of five thousand rubles for driving a car without a pass, and the car itself may go to impounded parking lot. A repeated violation threatens with the loss of 15-50 thousand rubles.
May I be denied a pass?
Yes, but only if you have provided incomplete or incorrect data. The city authorities have not yet named other reasons for the refusal.
What will happen to personal data when it's over?
When the high alert mode is lifted, they promise to delete the information about the passes.
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