MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
January 28, 2022, 07:03
Now the builders are erecting monolithic structures of the vestibule and the underground passage towards Novovladykinsky passage.
The construction of the northern vestibule of the Okruzhnaya MCD-1 station is 48 percent complete. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Government of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction Andrey Bochkarev.
“Today, on the basis of Okruzhnaya station, the formation of a transport interchange hub continues, which unites the stations of the same name of the Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya metro line, MCC and MCD-1,” the deputy mayor noted.
According to him, now the builders are erecting monolithic structures of the vestibule and the underground passage towards Novovladykinsky passage. Work is also being completed on the construction of an overhead passage to the lobby of the MCC station of the same name. It is planned to complete the construction of the northern vestibule by the end of this year, Andrey Bochkarev added.
Albert Suniev, executive development director of JSC Mosinzhproekt, the operator of the program for the development of transport interchange hubs (ITH) in the capital, said that 40 transport hub projects have already been implemented in Moscow. In the coming years, it is planned to build another 37 transfer hubs.
“The main task of transport hubs is to integrate urban areas into the structure of the metropolis: within the framework of TPU, we create a modern infrastructure, improve the surrounding area. The commercial component develops the economy of the region, new jobs appear. As a result, transport hubs are becoming new points for the development of the city,” he stressed.
TPU “Okruzhnaya” is one of the largest interchange hubs in Moscow. It combines the Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya metro line, MCC and MCD-1, as well as surface public transport.
Station Okruzhnaya MCD-1 was opened in 2018. Aeroexpress trains of the Sheremetyevsky direction make stops on the platform.
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