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October 31, 2021, 09:14

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One of the stations, Minskaya, will make it possible to change trains to the Solntsevskaya metro line, and the other, Aminevskaya, to the Big Circle Line.

Three stations of MCD-4 will open by the end of 2021. Two of them, Minskaya and Aminevskaya, will become major transport hubs. This was reported by Sergei Sobyaninin an interview with the program “Week in the City” of the TV channel “Russia 1”.

“Seven new stations have already been built at MCD-4 (I can’t even name them stations), three powerful stations have yet to be commissioned by the end of the year,” the Moscow Mayor said.

Minskaya will give an opportunity to change to the Solntsevskaya metro line, and Aminevskaya – to the Big Circle line. The opening of these stations will create new opportunities for the Muscovites themselves who live in these areas, and for those who come from the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas on trains of the Kiev direction of the railway.

In the future, this railway will become part of MCD-4, which will pass through seven Moscow railway stations and unite them into a single transport artery.

“Work is underway in all areas, including the area of ​​three stations, where a powerful reconstruction is underway. And in parallel, we are creating new stations on this line, ”he said.

Currently, the construction of the third and fourth main tracks of the Kiev direction of the Moscow railway is underway on the Moscow-Passenger-Kievskaya section, as well as on the Moscow-Passenger-Kurskaya – Moscow-Kalanchevskaya… In addition, a connecting branch between the Kiev and Belorussky directions is being built, the terminal station of the train turnover Zheleznodorozhnaya is being reconstructed, as well as the section Moscow-Passenger-Kurskaya – Nizhegorodskaya (the former Karacharovo platform).

The length of the future MCD-4 “Kievsko-Gorkovsky” will be 86 kilometers. It will have 39 stopping points. The fourth diameter will connect seven central railway stations of the capital: Kurskiy, Yaroslavskiy, Kazanskiy, Leningradskiy, Savelovskiy, Rizhskiy and Belorusskiy. It will be possible to transfer to the metro from 18 stations of MCD-4. The launch of MCD-4 is scheduled for 2023. When moving from the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas, passengers will be able to transfer to the Bolshaya Koltsevskaya and Solntsevskaya lines or drive to the city center.

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