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August 31, 2021, 17:43

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Restrictions were introduced for the reconstruction of the station and its inclusion in the Big Circle Line.

From September 1, trains will again stop at the Kashirskaya metro station on the Zamoskvoretskaya line when moving to the center.

“Passengers traveling to the center no longer need to get to Kantemirovskaya and change to a train in the opposite direction. Trips will be about seven minutes faster, ”said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow, head

Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development cities Maxim Liksutov

Trains heading towards Kolomenskaya did not stop at Kashirskaya for more than six months – from 9 February… Restrictions were necessary for the reconstruction of the station and its inclusion in the Big Circle Line (BCL).

According to Maxim Liksutov, the reconstruction is partially completed. More than three thousand square meters of granite were laid on the platform, 19 columns and stairs in the passage were renewed. The reconstruction of engineering systems, technical rooms in the southern lobby and the transition between platforms are to be completed.

Due to work, the southern lobby is closed, to enter, exit and transition between platforms, you must use the northern one (exits 3 and 4).

Kashirskaya is a cross-platform station. It will be fully operational with the commissioning of the BCL in 2022. Thanks to the launch of the new line, the Avtozavodskaya-Paveletskaya section will be unloaded by 16 percent, and the Kashirskoye Highway will become freer by an average of eight percent.

BCL is one of the largest projects in the world metro construction, its length will be 70 kilometers. The line will include 31 stations. From the BCL it will be possible to make transfers to radial metro lines, the Moscow Central Circle, Moscow Central Diameters and ground public transport.

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