Moscow’s State airport announced plans on Friday to scrap the shuttle service it introduced after the Leningradskoe Shosse debacle. Airport transport between the southern terminals D, E, and F will stop running to northern terminals B and C as of August 1.
With access by road this July so restricted by road-works many more people were taking the train to the northern terminals, and then using airport provided transport if they had to go south. “The decision to cancel the shuttle service around the airport’s outer road was taken because [the already existing] transport [of buses and taxis] on the internal road has proven so effective,” the airport said in statement. Demand for the extra service had diminished considerably.