In Yekaterinburg there are two kinds of buses: public and commercial. They go strictly from one Terminus to the other. Circular motion is not provided, unlike the trolleybus and one tram.
All the buses have a schedule to keep. Despite this, the schedule of vehicles on commercial routes may differ from those stated. The fact that many drivers who want to earn more, in the main a direct like to wait for potential passengers at bus stops, thereby delaying the movement.
There are 6 municipal fleets and some private, where you can find a more detailed schedule of interest route. But, again, you will report only the start and end of the motion, and the intervals of repetition at different times of the day. The exact schedule showing moments no one will give.
The longest distance in one trip, if not to take into account regional bus routes, exciting the surrounding areas of Yekaterinburg is about 28 km on route 3. With all the stops and at low density traffic transport overcomes its almost 1.5 hours. The shortest flight is just over 7 miles, it works bus 33A. By the way, a literal it is added to the redundant route, which is different, but only slightly.
Downtown hurt routes: 1, 2, 6, 13, 14, 15, 19,21, 23, 25, 27, 28, 32, 33, 33A, 41, 46, 48, 50A, 50M, 57, 61, 64. Run on the outskirts of the buses No. 29, 163. Connect the remaining remote areas, or going in off-center areas.
The initiation and termination of movements on each route is different. Generally, the first buses leave in flight at 6am and finish work at 11 PM. However, to go to the outlying areas after 22:00 is very problematic.
Advice 2 : How to get to Ekaterinburg
Ekaterinburg is the fourth biggest Russian city. It is considered the center of the Ural Federal district. In Yekaterinburg is the border between Europe and Asia. There is even a monument, which divides the continent into two parts.
Flights to Yekaterinburg are available from many major Russian cities. Most of the flights from Moscow. There are departures from Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo and Vnukovo. Journey time is just two and a half hours. From St. Petersburg to Yekaterinburg there are several daytime and night buses from Pulkovo-1. It is also possible to fly from Perm, Samara, Vladivostok, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Khabarovsk, etc.
On the train to Ekaterinburg can be reached from the East and from the West of Russia. As it passes through the city of the famous TRANS-Siberian railway. From Moscow sent a special train "Ural" with modern comfortable coupe. The journey time from Moscow - a little less than a day and a half. There is also direct train service between Yekaterinburg and Perm, St. Petersburg and Tyumen.
Bus to Ekaterinburg can be reached from Kazan, Perm, Kamensk-Uralsky, Nizhnevartovsk, Nizhny Tagil, Pervouralsk, Samara, Solikamsk, Ufa, Chelyabinsk and Yuzhno-Uralsk. There are also flights from smaller settlements of the Urals Federal district.
To get to Ekaterinburg by train from the cities, located near the Ural capital. Direct connections between Yekaterinburg and Nizhny Tagil, Neyvo-Rudyansky and Binkowski. EN route the train will stop at intermediate points.
By car from Moscow to get to Ekaterinburg is quite difficult, as the road in some places passes through wooded and swampy area. You can go two ways - on the highway M5 "Ural" (about 1860 miles) or on the highway M7 "Volga". Way through the Game, turning into a highway Perm-Ekaterinburg in length approximately 1736 kilometres. Both the road from Moscow to Ekaterinburg quite bouncy, along the way every 10-30 miles there is a cafe, gas stations, mini-hotels.