Moscow metro gets new chief

Viktor Kozlovsky appointed as Moscow subway’s new chief.

Viktor Kozlovsky appointed as Moscow subway’s new chief.

Moskva Agency
Viktor Kozlovsky earlier held the post of the first deputy of Moscow subway

Viktor Kozlovsky has been appointed as the Moscow subway’s new chief, the metro press office reported on May 15.

"He [Viktor Kozlovsky earlier held the post of the first deputy of Moscow subway head Dmitry Pegov who will now be in charge of the passenger department of Russian Railways company. Viktor Kozlovsky’s entire professional activity was linked with railway transport," the press office said, TASS reports.

Kozlovsky, 56, graduated from the Moscow Railway Transport Institute. From September 2014, he held the post of the first deputy head of the Moscow subway in charge of train traffic and infrastructure services. Under his direction, the Moscow subway introduced additional trains at rush hours, reduced intervals in train traffic and launched Moskva new-generation domestic trains in the spring of 2017.

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