MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
February 8, 2022, 11:19
Architectural and finishing works are underway at the station. Escalators are being installed in the lobbies.
Elevators will soon be installed at Tekstilshchiki station on the eastern section of the Big Circle Line (BKL). This was told by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction Andrey Bochkarev.
“The general construction readiness of the Tekstilshchiki station complex is almost three-quarters. Preparations for the installation of elevators have already begun at the station: elevator shafts have been prepared in the lobbies. And in the near future we will begin the installation of lifting mechanisms,” the Deputy Mayor said.
The construction of a transfer to the station of the same name on the Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line has also begun.
Three sections of escalators were installed in two inclined passages of the first vestibule. In the second vestibule, which will be less loaded, one inclined passage was built. Three escalators are being prepared for installation here. Architectural and finishing works are underway at the station.
“Finishing of the technical premises of Tekstilshchikov has been completed by more than 55 percent. In the passenger area, marble and granite cladding of the first vestibule, platforms and bridge crossings between them continues,” said Yuri Kravtsov, General Director of JSC Mosinzhproekt, the general contractor and general designer for the construction of new metro lines and stations.
The length of the eastern section of the BCL is about 11 kilometers. In its composition, in addition to Tekstilshchikov, the Klenovy Bulvar, Nagatinsky Zaton and Pechatniki stations are being built. Their opening will improve the transport accessibility of areas in the south-east of Moscow.
The Big Circle Line is called the main project of the capital’s metro construction. Construction Its length will be more than 70 kilometers, 31 stations will be located on the ring, 22 of which are already open to passengers.
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