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January 24, 2022, 09:01


Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow

The new line will pass through four districts of Moscow and will connect two business centers – Moscow City and Rublevo-Arkhangelskoye.

The city leased 11 land plots with a total area of ​​24.5 hectares to the Moscow Metro for the construction of the Rublyovo-Arkhangelskaya metro line.

“The City Property Department concluded 11 land lease agreements with the State Unitary Enterprise Moscow Metro for the construction of the Rublyovo-Arkhangelskaya metro line. These sites will be used for the construction of stations, ground pavilions, as well as the necessary infrastructure. The new branch will connect two business centers – Moscow-City and Rublevo-Arkhangelsky,” the head of the

Department of City Property of the City of Moscow Maxim Gaman.

The Rublevo-Arkhangelskaya metro line, about 19 kilometers long, will pass through four districts: Presnensky, Khoroshevo-Mnevniki, Strogino, Kuntsevo, and will affect the Odintsovo and Krasnogorsk urban districts of the Moscow Region.

As part of the new branch, it is planned to open eight stations under the working names Zvenigorodskaya, Narodnoye Opolchenie, Karbyshev Bulvar, Zhivopisnaya, Strogino, Linden Grove, Rublevo-Arkhangelskoye and Ilyinskaya. In addition, it will include two stations that are currently operating as part of the Big Circle Line – Delovoi Tsentr and Shelepikha. Passengers will have the opportunity to change between the Rublevo-Arkhangelskaya and Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya lines at the Strogino station and the Bolshaya Koltsevaya metro line at the Narodnoye Opolchenie station.

Construction will go in two stages. On the first one, a 12.6-kilometer-long section from the Shelepikha station of the BKL to the Linden Grove will be laid. It was for him that the Department of City Property provided land plots. At the second stage, they plan to extend the line from Lipovaya Grove by building the Rublevo-Arkhangelskoye and Ilyinskaya stations.

More information about the economic policy and property and land relations of Moscow can be found on the site.

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