Yekaterinburg drivers have 22% more cars now

UrBC, Moscow, October 21, 2015. The overall number of cars registered in Yekaterinburg went up by 22% and reached 439,000 in the last five years, Avtostat reports.

In the country overall, the increase was 21%. The number of automobiles grew the fastest in Kazan and Perm (up 34% on five years ago, 366,000 and 242,000 cars, respectively).

The number of cars registered in Ufa rose by 28% and came to 314,000. The increase stood at 27% in Siberia’s major cities Omsk and Novosibirsk (328,000 and 443,000 cars, respectively) and at 26% in Krasnoyarsk and Voronezh (310,000 and 308,000 cars, respectively).

The number of cars with Saint Petersburg license plates went up by 23% in the last five years and now stands at 1.64m. That of cars registered in Yekaterinburg and Nizhniy Novgorod went up by 22% (439,000 and 345,000 cars, respectively), and that of cars registered in Chelyabinsk and Rostov-on-Don went up by 21% (320,000 and 318,000 cars, respectively).


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