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The project has been submitted for public comment, which will end on March 2.

A transport interchange hub (TPU) Tsaritsyno will be built in the south of Moscow. It will include the Tsaritsyno metro station, the MCD-2 station of the same name, as well as ground transport stops. The work will take place on an area of ​​about 27.8 hectares.

The project provides for the creation of a passenger terminal and a new exit from the Tsaritsyno metro station. Reconstruction of its southern lobby is planned. They will make comfortable and safe transitions between the MCD-2 platform and the metro station, as well as between the platform and bus stops. The lobbies will have Wi-Fi, route timetables, chargers, ticket machines. For people with limited mobility, they will install elevators, make cash desks with a lowered window, tactile stripes and comfortable bathrooms.

“The emergence of a new transport and interchange hub will provide safe and comfortable conditions for transferring passengers from one type of transport to another and will form separate passenger flows during transfers. As a result of the project implementation, there will be a transition to Tsaritsyno MCD-2 station on the principle of “dry feet”. For the convenience of residents, there will be a new exit from the Tsaritsyno metro station near Luganskaya street, ”she said.

Juliana Knyazhevskaya, chairman Moskomarchitecture.

Optimize ground transport routes. This will make it possible to evenly distribute the passenger traffic between the lobbies – now the metro station is used by more than 71 thousand people a day. In addition, a parking lot for 40 cars will be arranged.

On February 17, public discussions began on this project. They will last until March 2. You can ask questions and express your wishes on the website of the “Active Citizen” project in the section “Public Discussions”… The project developers will consider all proposals.

Tsaritsyno is one of the MCD-2 interchange stations, from where you can quickly and conveniently change to the metro. Not so long ago, at the request of passengers, navigation elements were added there – guide racks and 20 signs for exiting to the platform, to the city and to the station of the same name on the Zamoskvoretskaya metro line. On the doors placed stickers with the words “Entrance” and “Exit” for the distribution of passenger traffic.

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