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It will be integrated with the station of the lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya metro line and a new station “Pechatniki” Great circle line.
On the second Moscow Central diameter (WDC-2) station opens Printers. It will improve transport accessibility of the three districts of the Moscow Pechatniki, Tekstilshchiki and Lyublino, which is home to more than 350 thousand people. This was reported in the press service of the Metropolitan Department of transportation and development of road transport infrastructure.
“The new station will be integrated with the station of the lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya metro line and a new station “Pechatniki” Great circle line (BKL). The projected ridership in 2030 will be about 11 thousand people a day,” — said the press service.
The new station will be part of a transport interchange hub (TPU) “Printers”. At stopping points will put two platforms with canopies to full-length, modern concourse and indoor ground of the gallery to the station “Printers” lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya and the Big ring of underground lines. Work will be completed in 2020. The inhabitants of the districts of Pechatniki, Lyublino and textile workers will be able to build new alternative routes, which significantly saved time.
The movement in the first two diameters of the Moscow Central opened in November 2019. As a result, the system of Metropolitan public transport has become more convenient, more modern and more comfortable for passengers. Now on IDC-1 and IDC-2 58 available stations, 19 of which you can take the metro, the Moscow Central ring and radial Railways. In the future the number of interchange stations will increase to 27.
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