MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
28 August 2021, 10:14
The landscaping area will be more than 40 thousand square meters.
During the reconstruction of the Kakhovskaya metro station, which after the completion of the work will become part of the Big Circle Line (BCL) of the metro, more than 40 thousand square meters of the adjacent territory will be landscaped. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction Andrey Bochkarev.
“During the improvement of the territory adjacent to the Kakhovskaya station, all existing green spaces will be preserved, and this is more than 360 trees and shrubs, flower beds will also be laid out near the station, benches and trash cans will be installed. In total, the area of improvement will be more than 40 thousand square meters, of which about 18 thousand “squares” will be completed within the first stage for the commissioning of the station, and another 22 thousand square meters will be landscaped later, during the second stage, together with the opening of a new transplant to the station “Sevastopolskaya” of the gray line, ”he said.
Asphalt concrete pavement will also be restored at the renovated Kakhovskaya and bicycle parking facilities will be equipped.
Yuri Kravtsov, General Director of Mosinzhproekt, a management company that builds new lines and metro stations, noted that work is continuing on the installation of wall panels at Kakhovskaya.
“The architectural and finishing works of the track walls are also nearing completion. A suspended ceiling is being installed in the checkout rooms and station lobbies, ”he added.
The construction of the Big Circle Line is the largest metro construction project. Its length will be 70 kilometers, it will house 31 stations, 12 of which are already open to passengers. The commissioning of nine more new stations and one reconstructed one – “Kakhovskaya” – is planned for this year.
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