Transliteration according to the GOST R 52290

The transliteration standard GOST R 52290 is used for transliterating names of geographical objects, infrastructure objects and other significant objects on road signs and guides. For more information, please refer to the GOST R 52290-2004 "Traffic control devices. Traffic signs. General technical requirements."

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This transliteration system uses the following replacements for Russian letters that are absent in the Latin alphabet:
ёжйхцчшщъыьэюя
yezhykhtschshshch'y'eyuya
Special substitution rules provided by the standard:

The letter "е" is replaced by the letter "e" when it comes after consonants, and by "ye" after vowels and the letter ъ and ь. The letter "ё" is replaced by the sequence "ye" when it comes after consonants, except ч,ш,щ,ж, (it is replaced by "e" when it comes after the letters ч,ш,щ,ж), and by "yo" after vowels and the letter ъ and ь.