58 One-Way Streets

Fifty-eight centrally located streets are to become one-way streets amid an ongoing struggle by City Hall to ease traffic congestion, Pavel Kozlov, head of City Hall's center for organization of road traffic, said Friday.

Thirty-seven of the streets are in south-central Moscow and 21 are in southwest-central, Kozlov said, adding that work was continuing to make 22 central streets one-way as announced last month.