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Moscow metro to double in size

Opr./edited TC 15 May 2019
Moscow metro to double in size
In the last year, a record 33 km of lines and 17 underground railway stations were opened

RUSSIA Moscow city council is planning to build 134 km of metro lines, 55 stations, six depots and 34 transfer hubs by the end of 2023, according to an announcement by Marat Khusnullin, Moscow’s deputy mayor for urban development and construction.

The length of the Moscow underground network is expected to double in the next five years in comparison with 2010. In the last year alone, 33 km of lines and 17 underground railway stations were opened – a record in the entire 84-year history of the Moscow Metro. The most important and most ambitious project is the ongoing construction of the Great Circular Line (BKL) – the second orbital ring, consisting of 31 stations and 70 km of track. Its first two sections with six stations opened last year, while the next section with two stations is to be open this year.

Since 2011, 136.9 km of underground railway and 73 stations have been added to Moscow’s underground system, along with nine depots and 60 transfer hubs.

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