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March 18, 2021 10:40 am

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Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government

At the ZIL station of the Troitskaya line, in the future, passengers will be able to transfer to the Biryulevskaya line, as well as trains on the Moscow Central Circle.

The extension of the Troitskaya metro line from the Sevastopolsky Prospekt station to the ZIL station of the Biryulevskaya line will relieve the existing metro lines and interchange hubs in the city center, as well as improve transport services for the Donskoy, Nagorny and Nagatino-Sadovniki districts.

“The implementation of the project will significantly improve the conditions of transport services for the southern and south-western sectors of the city, including the developing territories of the former ZIL industrial zone, by providing passengers with alternative routes when traveling around Moscow. In addition, a transport hub will be formed between the ZIL station of the Troitskaya line, the Biryulevskaya line of the metro and the MCC, which will significantly increase the comfort of passenger movement and divide additional passenger flows, ”she said.

Juliana Knyazhevskaya, Chairman of the Committee for Architecture and Urban Planning of the city of Moscow.

At the ZIL station, metro passengers will be able to transfer to the Biryulevskaya line, as well as trains of the Moscow Central Circle (MCC). All this will allow not only to reduce travel time, but also to reduce the load on roads and land transport, as well as improve the environmental situation in the south of Moscow.

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The Troitskaya metro line (project name – Kommunarskaya line) will run from the MCC Krymskaya station to Troitsk. The Troitskaya Line will include 16 stations, its length will be about 40 kilometers. The construction of the branch began in 2018.

The Biryulevskaya metro line is currently being designed. It is planned that it will pass through seven districts: Danilovsky, Nagatinsky Zaton, Moskvorechye-Saburovo, Tsaritsyno, Biryulyovo Vostochnoye, Biryulyovo West and Pechatniki. The line will intersect not only with the Troitskaya under construction, but also the existing Zamoskvoretskaya. On the Biryulevskaya line will appear 10 stations

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