SMALL PASSENGERS WILL BE escorted FROM THE METRO TO THE DOORS OF THE MUSEUM Automatic translate
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts has signed a cooperation agreement with the Moscow Metro State Unitary Enterprise to increase the availability of museum services for visitors with disabilities and other categories of citizens.
Employees of the Center for Passenger Mobility of the State Unitary Enterprise “Moscow Metro” will escort low-mobility metro passengers who are sent to the Pushkin Museum and accompany them on their way back. Escort services are free.
In the Pushkin Museum to them. A.S. Pushkin opens March 28 exhibition “The Age of Rembrandt and Vermeer. Masterpieces of the Leiden Collection. ” It will feature tactile models of works by artists of the golden age of Dutch art - Rembrandt, Vermeer, Fabricius. The new service will allow more blind and visually impaired visitors to get acquainted with the exhibition and take part in special educational programs.
Thanks to the interaction with the Moscow Metro, the road to the exhibition will become more comfortable and safe. This will primarily allow visitors on wheelchairs and visitors with visual impairments to visit the museum not only as part of groups and excursions, but also individually.
The Pushkin Museum. In September 2016, A.S. Pushkin developed the Accessible Museum program, which combines exhibition and educational initiatives, as well as events aimed at creating a comfortable environment for visitors with disabilities. The goal of the “Accessible Museum” is not only the development of special projects, but also the maximum availability of existing programs. Cooperation with the Moscow Metro is another important step towards increasing the museum’s accessibility for visitors with disabilities.
Passenger Mobility Center
Since October 2013, the Center for Providing Mobility of Passengers (COMP) has been operating in the Moscow Metro, which provides assistance in escorting people with limited mobility. Over the entire time the Center has served more than 740 thousand people with limited mobility.
The Center’s inspectors provide services for the maximum possible, safe and comfortable movement of low-mobility categories of citizens (with hearing, sight, and musculoskeletal system) across the Moscow metro, citizens of other social categories (elderly people, large families, parents with children under 7 years old etc.), as well as organized groups of passengers, including children (children under 11 years old).
Maintenance is carried out along the entire route - from the entrance to the metro station, in elevators, on stairs, escalators and platform stations, in train cars and to the exit from the station.
Passengers can apply for an escort and receive more detailed information by calling the support numbers:
8 495 622-73-41 and 8 800 250-73-41 (toll free),
in the Moscow Metro mobile application or fill out the appropriate form on the website www.mosmetro.ru.
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