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In the next three years, it is planned to build and commission over 700 urban facilities.
The Moscow government has approved the Moscow City Targeted Investment Program (AIP). It contains a list of objects planned for construction and reconstruction, financed from the city budget.
AIP maintains the continuity and priorities of Moscow’s investment policy defined in 2011. In the three-year period 2022-2024, it is planned to build and put into operation over 700 urban facilities (including the construction of houses under the renovation program).
Construction of urban facilities in 2022-2024
Metro lines, kilometers
Metro stations, units
Artificial structures, units
Pedestrian crossings, units
Hospital buildings, units
Ambulance substations, units
Other healthcare facilities, units
Kindergartens, schools, units
Parks, objects of culture and cultural heritage (museums, theaters, cultural and leisure institutions, monuments, objects of cultural heritage), units
Objects of social support of the population, units
Housing (design and construction), taking into account the renovation fund, millions of square meters
Sports facilities, units
Sports and recreation complexes
Sports and health swimming pools
Security facilities (fire stations, fire and rescue units and other facilities), units
Transport infrastructure development
The development of transport infrastructure is the largest section of the Targeted Investment Program, both in terms of the amount of funds spent and the expected results.
In 2022-2024, it is planned to put into operation 58.5 kilometers of lines, 25 stations and three depots of the Moscow Metro.
The construction of the Big Circle Line will be fully completed – the largest metro ring in the world, which will become the main one for the further development of the metro network for the next 50–70 years.
The Troitskaya line will appear on the metro map, the head section of which will be opened in 2024.
In addition, the following will be introduced:
– a section of the Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya line from Rasskazovka to Vnukovo airport;
– a section of the Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya line from Seligerskaya to the Severny area;
– section of the Sokolnicheskaya line from Kommunarka to Potapov;
– station “Suvorovskaya” of the Circle Line.
It is planned to expand the construction of the Rublevo-Arkhangelskaya and Biryulevskaya lines, as well as a section of the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya line to Golyanov.
In 2022-2024, it is planned to put into operation 285.6 kilometers of roads, 89 artificial structures and 50 pedestrian crossings.
In the next three years, the construction of the North-East Expressway and the main sections of the South-East Expressway and the South Road will be completed.
The network of chord routes, formed in the middle part of the city, will significantly improve the traffic situation in Moscow, as well as reduce the volume of harmful emissions into the atmosphere from vehicles.
Implementation of the renovation program and other urban housing programs
For the implementation of urban housing programs in 2022-2024, it is planned to build 5.5 million square meters of housing, including five million square meters of renovation program… More than 155 thousand residents of the five-storey buildings will move to new houses.
Along with the construction of housing, the construction of the necessary social infrastructure will continue in the renovation quarters: schools, kindergartens, clinics, sports and recreation centers. A comfortable urban environment will be created for new settlers, including landscaped green courtyards, parks and recreation areas, everyday objects within walking distance, convenient public transport.
In 2022-2024, it is planned to complete the construction of more than 210 new social facilities and facilities to ensure the safety of citizens, including:
– 78 buildings of kindergartens and schools;
– 23 polyclinics;
– 15 hospital buildings;
– one ambulance substation;
– five objects of social support of the population;
– 27 cultural objects;
– 31 sports facilities;
– 27 fire stations, fire and rescue units and the like.
In the healthcare sector, a number of the largest and most significant objects for the city will be introduced:
– a multidisciplinary medical complex of the St. Vladimir Children’s City Clinical Hospital;
– medical and diagnostic complex of the Moscow Clinical Scientific Center named after A.S. Loginova;
– medical and diagnostic complex of the infectious diseases clinical hospital No. 1;
– medical and diagnostic buildings for the provision of emergency medical care in a number of city hospitals;
– facilities of a multidisciplinary hospital in Kommunarka;
– facilities of the Moscow International Medical Cluster in Skolkovo.
In addition to ordinary educational institutions, several large schools are planned to be commissioned in 2022-2024, including:
– school for 2100 places with a swimming pool in Troitsk;
– school for 1200 children (Vatutinki village, Desenovskoye settlement);
– school for 1150 children (Nekrasovka district, quarter 17);
– school for 1100 students (Mosrentgen settlement).
At the same time, regardless of size, each new school and kindergarten will meet modern standards for a high-quality educational environment for teaching and educating the younger generation.
The sports infrastructure of the city will be replenished with 23 health and fitness centers, as well as unique facilities, including:
– the international sambo and boxing center, as well as the tennis center of the Luzhniki Olympic complex;
– Ice Palace;
– a sports complex with an indoor skating rink, a swimming pool, an extreme park and a workout area in Nekrasovka;
– surfing park “Volna”;
– the tennis palace as part of the Juan Antonio Samaranch National Tennis Center of Russia.
In addition, in 2022-2024, the construction of a significant part of the objects of the national innovation infrastructure will be completed – the scientific and educational center of Moscow State University “Vorobyovy Gory” and the National Space Center.
Financing of AIP in 2022-2024 is planned in the amount of 2,177.4 billion rubles, including:
– 2022 – 727 billion rubles;
– 2023 – 711.9 billion rubles;
– 2024 – 738.5 billion rubles.
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