In Yekaterinburg, bus drivers were forbidden to release passengers, including at stops, during the arrival of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the city, which is scheduled for Friday, December 23. This is stated in the order of Gortrans, reports E1.RU.
The document says that when the convoy approaches, drivers need to stop, do not let passengers out, and continue driving only after the convoy has completely passed.
The publication also notes that in Nizhny Tagil, during the passage of the convoy, driving schools were forbidden to conduct classes on the roads. The school administrator in the conversation suggested that this was done for the sake of safety.