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December 19, 2021, 09:03

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Installation work is already underway at the Novatorskaya and Peoples’ Friendship University stations.

The first section of the Troitskaya metro line under construction from Novatorskaya to Mamyry is almost half finished. Installation of escalators has begun at two of the five stations.

“At some stations of the first section of the future Troitskaya line, the builders have begun assembling the escalator track, assembly work is already underway in one of the Novatorskaya lobbies and at the Peoples Friendship University station,” the press service of the Moscow Construction Complex reported.

Monolithic works are being completed at both stations and the architectural decoration of the interior has begun. At the same time, backfilling of the station pits is underway. In the near future, they plan to start installing escalators at the Mamyri station under construction.

In total, there are five stations on the first section of the Troitskaya line: Novatorskaya, Peoples’ Friendship University, General Tyuleneva Street, Tyutchevskaya, Mamyri. The overall readiness of the site is estimated at 46 percent.

On the section between the Mamyri and Bachurinskaya stations, two single-track tunnels are being laid using the six-meter Darya and Evgenia tunnel boring systems. Driving from Novatorskaya to Mamyry has already been completed.

The Troitskaya line will run from the Moscow Central Ring to the Troitsk urban district, its length will be almost 40 kilometers. Its daily passenger traffic is expected to reach 100 thousand people. About one million people live near the new stations, and several hundred thousand more work or study here.

How the first section of the Troitskaya metro line is being built

The city plans to extend and build new radial metro lines to improve transport accessibility in all districts of Moscow.

“In the next 7-10 years, the Moscow metro network will be replenished with a number of new radial lines – these are Biryulevskaya, Rublevo-Arkhangelskaya and Troitskaya. A number of existing lines will also have to be extended: Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya will reach the Severny district, Solntsevskaya – to Vnukov, Sokolnicheskaya will be extended to Novomoskovskaya station, and Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya – to the Golyanovo district, ”said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction

Andrey Bochkarev

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