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Old July 10th, 2010, 05:59 PM   #241
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Altought not comparable with Moscow. ST. Petersburg metro stations are absolutly great!
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Station ""Tekhnologicheskiy Institut" (1955 / 1961):

Part one:

"Tekhnologicheskiy Institut" is cross-platfrom interchange station. It was named for nearby Institute of Technology. The first hall was opened in 1955. It's deep-level tri-vaulted station of colum type (depth - 60 m). The second hall - deep-level tri-vaulted of pylon type - was opened in 1961. The main theme of decoration is achievements of Russian and Soviet science:

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1955 station:




Transfer to second hall:


First cross-platfrom interchange in Soviet Metro:












Ivan Michurin (1855-1935), Russian practitioner of selection:


Vladimir Bekhterev (1857-1927), Russian Neurologist and the Father of Objective Psychology:


Ilya Mechnikov (1845-1916), Russian microbiologist best remembered for his pioneering research into the immune system, Nobel Prize Laureate (1908):


Alexander Popov (1859-1906), Russian physicist who first demonstrated the practical application of electromagnetic (radio) waves, although he did not apply for a patent for his invention:


Pavel Yablochkov (1847-1894), Russian electrical engineer, the inventor of the Yablochkov candle (a type of electric carbon arc lamp):


Nikolay Pirogov (1810-1881), prominent Russian scientist, doctor, pedagogue, public figure, and corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1847). He is considered to be the founder of field surgery, and was one of the first surgeons in Europe to use ether as an anaesthetic. He was the first surgeon to use anaesthesia in a field operation (1847), invented various kinds of surgical operations, and developed his own technique of using plaster casts to treat fractured bones:


Nikolay Zhukovskiy (1847-1921), Russian scientist, founding father of modern aero- and hydrodynamics. Whereas contemporary scientists scoffed at the idea of human flight, Zhukovskiy was the first to undertake the study of airflow. He was the first scientist to explain mathematically the origin of aerodynamic lift, through his circulation hypothesis, the first to dimension the lift force generated by a body moving through an ideal fluid as proportional to the velocity and the circulation around the body, and through a mathematical conformal transformation the first to define the shape of the aerodynamic profile having as essential elements a rounded nose (leading edge), double surface (finite thickness), cambered or straight, and a sharp tail (trailing edge):


Ivan Kulibin (1735-1818), Russian mechanical and inventor. During 1764-1767 he built an egg-shaped clock, containing a complex automatic mechanism. Kulibin built a “planetary” pocket-clock, which showed not only the current time, but also the month, day of the week, the season and the current moon phase. Kulibin also designed projects for tower clocks, miniature "clock-in-a-ring" types and others. In 1779, he built a lantern that could emit a powerful light using a weak light source. This invention was used industrially for lighting workshops, lighthouses, ships, etc. In 1791, Kulibin constructed a push-cycle cart, in which he used a flywheel, a brake, a gearbox and roller bearing. The cart was operated by a man pressing pedals. In the same year, he also designed "mechanical legs", a prosthetic device, which was later used by a French entrepreneur. In 1793, Kulibin constructed an elevator that lifted a cabin using screw mechanisms. In 1794, he created an optical telegraph for transmitting signals over distance:


Ivan Sechenov (1829-1905), Russian physiologist, named by Ivan Pavlov as "The Father of Russian physiology". Sechenov authored major classic Reflexes of the Brain introducing electrophysiology and neurophysiology into laboratories and teaching of medicine:


Ivan Fyodorov (around 1510 - 1583), one of the fathers of Eastern Slavonic printing. He was also a master cannon maker and the inventor of a multibarreled mortar:


Mikhail Lomonosov (1711-1765), Russian polymath, scientist and writer, who made important contributions to literature, education, and science. Among his numerous discoveries was the atmosphere of Venus. His spheres of science were natural science, chemistry, physics, mineralogy, history, art, philology, optical devices and others. Lomonosov was also a poet, who created the basis of the modern Russian literary language. He consider as one of founders of Moscow State University, which was named in his honour:


Nikolai Przhevalskiy, Russian geographer and explorer of Central and Eastern Asia. He travelled through regions unknown to the west, such as northern Tibet, modern Qinghai and Dzungaria. He significantly contributed to European knowledge on Central Asia and was the first known European to describe the only extant species of wild horse, which is named after him:


Sofya Kovalevskaya (1850-1891), first major Russian female mathematician, responsible for important original contributions to analysis, differential equations and mechanics, and the first woman appointed to a full professorship in Europe:


Konstantin Tsiolkovskiy (1857-1935), Russian rocket scientist and pioneer of the astronautic theory. He is considered by many to be the father of theoretical astronautics. His works later inspired leading Soviet rocket engineers such as Sergey Korolyov and Valentin Glushko and contributed to the early success of the Soviet space program:


Dmitriy Mendeleev (1834-1907), Russian chemist and inventor. He is credited as being the creator of the first version of the periodic table of elements. Using the table, he predicted the properties of elements yet to be discovered:


Also there are bas-reliefs with portraits of:
1) Kliment Timiryazev (1843-1920), Russian botanist and physiologist;
2) Nikolay Mikluho-Maclay (1846-1888), Russian ethnologist, anthropologist and biologist. Mikluho-Maclay is probably best remembered today as a humanist scholar who, on the basis of comparative anatomical research, was the first in Russian anthropology to refute the prevailing view that the different 'races' of mankind belonged to different species. He was also opposed to the slave trade. In November 1878 the Dutch government informed him that on his recommendations it was checking the slave traffic at Ternate and Tidore. From 1879 onwards he wrote to Sir Arthur Gordon, high commissioner for the Western Pacific, on protecting the land rights of his friends on the Maclay Coast, and ending the traffic in arms and intoxicants in the South Pacific;
3) Nikolay Lobachevskiy (1792-1856), Russian mathematician, sometimes called the Copernicus of geometry. Lobachevskiy's main achievement is the development of a non-Euclidean geometry, also referred to as Lobachevskian geometry.
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Old July 10th, 2010, 07:11 PM   #243
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Old July 11th, 2010, 01:12 AM   #244
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Very impressive compilation AlekseyVT.

Do you know what total patronage (people per year) of the whole Volgograd tram system is? (I know you have already said Metrotram alone is 50 million)

I am also interested in tram patronage figures for other FSU cities e.g. Moscow if you know them.
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Very impressive compilation AlekseyVT.

Do you know what total patronage (people per year) of the whole Volgograd tram system is? (I know you have already said Metrotram alone is 50 million)

I am also interested in tram patronage figures for other FSU cities e.g. Moscow if you know them.
I found numbers only for 2005:

Passanger traffic per year, mln. people:
1. St.-Peterburg - 879.3
2. Moscow - 522.3
3. Yekaterinburg - 202.2
4. Volgograd - 138.5
5. Nizhniy Novgorod - 129.0
6. Yaroslavl - 127.0
7. Magnitogorsk - 116.0
8. Barnaul - 114.5
9. Saratov - 93.1
10. Krasnodar - 91.6
14. Samara - 71.6

I think that these numbers must be very decreased for 2009.
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Old July 11th, 2010, 11:56 AM   #246
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2. Moscow - 522.3
Hmm... I think Moscow has 2522.3, not 522.3
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Hmm... I think Moscow has 2522.3, not 522.3
Are you sure this is figure for Moscow trams? I have seen a similar figure for Moscow metro.
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Yeah 2522.3 must be metro numbers.
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Yeah 2522.3 must be metro numbers.
The question was about total Volgograd tram passanger volume (compared with passanger volume of Metrotram) and about tram passanger volume in the other Russian cities. So, I found statistic only at this site (at other sites I found only general statistic for public ground transport):

http://www.mojgorod.ru/stat/city/tab8160007.html
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I found numbers only for 2005:

Passanger traffic per year, mln. people:
1. St.-Peterburg - 879.3
2. Moscow - 522.3
3. Yekaterinburg - 202.2
4. Volgograd - 138.5
5. Nizhniy Novgorod - 129.0
6. Yaroslavl - 127.0
7. Magnitogorsk - 116.0
8. Barnaul - 114.5
9. Saratov - 93.1
10. Krasnodar - 91.6
14. Samara - 71.6
Very strange numbers.
71.6 mln in Samara looks like a joke. This city has very good tram system.
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The question was about total Volgograd tram passanger volume (compared with passanger volume of Metrotram) and about tram passanger volume in the other Russian cities. So, I found statistic only at this site (at other sites I found only general statistic for public ground transport):

http://www.mojgorod.ru/stat/city/tab8160007.html
On the past Moscow's public transport stats where at http://mos.ru/cgi-bin/pbl_web?vid=2&...ews_unom=42215 but no anymore. (and i don't know Russian)
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... and in which stage of building is Omsk metro.
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Plans of the Metro opening in other Russian cities:

Part One - Omsk Metro:

Omsk is a Russian city located in southwestern Siberia and the administrative center of Omsk Region. It is Russia's second-largest city east of the Ural Mountains. Its area is 573 sq km. (221.2 sq mi). The population of Omsk is 1.127 mln. people, the city is the eigth most populous in Russia. The distance from Omsk to Moscow is 2,700 kilometres (1,700 mi). Omsk is situated on the banks of the north-flowing Irtysh, at its confluence with the smaller Om River. The city has an altitude of 87 metres (285 ft) above sea level.

Both branches of the Trans-Siberian railway pass through the city, which also serves as a major junction for the regional highway network. River port facilities handle both passengers and freight, giving the city access to the extensive navigable waterways of the Irtysh and Ob rivers. The waterways connect Omsk with the coal and mineral-mining towns in Kazakhstan, as well as with the oil, natural gas and lumber operations of northern Siberia. Omsk is served by the Central Airport, which offers access to domestic and international (primarily, German and Kazakh) destinations, making the city an important aviation hub for Siberia and the Russian Far East.

Omsk Metro is currently under construction. After long delays, the first section is scheduled to open in 2016, which will make it Siberia's second metropolitan underground railway system after the Novosibirsk Metro system that was opened in the mid 1980s.

Central planners in Moscow first identified Omsk as a metro-eligible city during the 1960s, due to its length along the Irtysh River and its relatively narrow streets. But after the plan was approved and financed, the planners decided to build an express tram instead, and the money allocated to Omsk was given to Chelyabinsk. In 1979, a Gosplan commission rejected a plan to build an express tram system since it was predicted to be unable to handle projected passenger flows without severely discomforting riders. In 1986, metro plans were revisited and financing began, along with the demolition of residential buildings to make way for tracks and a yard.

Construction began in 1992 between the stations "Tupolevskaya" and "Rabochaya". The initial plans involved opening the section between the stations "Marshala Zhukova" and "Rabochaya" on the right bank of the Irtysh River to connect downtown to the manufacturing district, and then later to connect the line to the opposite bank of the Irtysh. Due to poor financial circumstances, by 2003 just the section between "Tupolevskaya" and "Rabochaya" was completed (with no intermediate stations). At this time the plans changed and the authorities decided to connect the two banks of the Irtysh with a metro bridge, going between one station on the right bank and three on the left bank. The combined metro (lower level) and motor-vehicle (upper level) bridge was built and opened to vehicular traffic in 2005.



However, due to a sharp decrease in funding following the transfer in 2006 budget-company "Sibneft" from the Omsk Region into St. Petersburg deadline of the opening of Omsk Metro was rescheduled on many years.

On May 28, 2008 there was flooding of Metro tunnel under construction due to sewage overflows. Tunnel boring complex was flooded by several tons of water. The workers were able to evacuate. It required few weeks for elimination of the consequences of flooding.

In June 2009 readiness of first line was 26%. Now there are works at the 3 of 4 stations. The construction works at the Metro depot and station "Sobornaya" were stopped.

The current phase of construction involves four stations:
1) "Biblioteka imeni Pushkina" ("Pushkin Library")
2) "Zarechnaya" ("Beyond the River")
3) "Kristall" ("Crystal")
4) "Sobornaya" ("Cathedral station")

This section is 6.1 km in length. The average speed is expected to be 36 km/h and travel time along the entire route is expected to be 10 minutes 12 seconds. Daily ridership is projected at 190,000 passengers and yearly ridership at 69 million.

All stations will be built at small depth. It planned to be shallow single-vault stations like Moscow Metro station "Strogino" (2008). Stations will have differs only in color, selection of materials for decoration, and form of caissons in the vault. The severity and restraint will dominate in their design.

Plans call for the line to be extended on the right bank of the Irtysh to "Rabochaya" station (the section between "Tupolevskaya" and "Rabochaya" is partially complete). The first line is planned to have 11 stations and a total length of 13.6 km, with an additional metro bridge over the Om River, by 2015 or 2016 (the latter date is the 300th anniversary of Omsk). When the line is complete, it is expected to have a daily ridership of 330,000 passengers.

Construction of the second line will start after 2015. It will go on the right bank of the Irtysh, mostly parallel to the river. Transfer to the first line will be available at Biblioteka imeni Pushkina. This line is expected to have twenty stations. At the same time, the first line is planned to be extended on the left bank by four stations.

The third line will not be built until the distant future. If built, it will likely be on both banks of the Irtysh, like the first line.
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Project of Metro depot:

Top view:


Right view:


View on the bridge from the road:


Central entrance:


2008 - Future place of Omsk Metro depot:






1) Station "Sobornaya" ("Cathedral station"):

Rendering of station:


2008 - Place of future construction site:


Trade complex "Mayak" near future entrance:


Bus Terminal:


Left-bank market:


Christmas Cathedral:
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2) Station "Kristall" ("Crystal"):

Rendering of station:


Project of the living complex "Kristall":


Place of future entrance:




3) Station "Zarechnaya" ("Beyond the River"):

Rendering of station:


2008 - View at the side of supermarket "Continent":




2008 - View at the side of Irtysh river:


2008 - House near future entrance:


2008 - The Foundation Pit:
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60 years of Victory Metrobridge:

The construction of bridge begun in 1993, but building was very slow due to lack of funding. However, in 2000 it was decided to increase the funding.

2002, Beginning of construction:


2002, First sections of bridge:


In September 2004, according the decree of the Governor of Omsk Region, bridge was named for 60-anniversary of Soviet Victory in WWII.

January 2005, left bank:


June 4, 2005. Right bank, way to "Biblioteka imeni Pushkina" station:


June 4, 2005. Left bank, way to "Zarechnaya" station:


August 2005:


August 2005:


The combined metro (lower level) and motor-vehicle (upper level) bridge was opened to vehicular traffic on October 18, 2005. The length of the main part of bridge is 650 metres, the total lenght of bridge (with autoroad denouements) near 5 km, Upper deck, 32 meters wide, carried 6 lanes of traffic.

November 9, 2005. Right bank, construction of the tunnels to the "Biblioteka imeni Pushkina" station:


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Engineer housing:

Project of building. View from the Metro bridge:


Project of building. View to the Metro bridge:


2008, construction of building. View from the Metro bridge:


2008, construction of building. View to the Metro bridge:


4) "Biblioteka imeni Pushkina" ("Pushkin * Library"):
Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) is greatest Russian writer, reformer of Russian language

Rendering of station:


Projects of entrances:






2008, view to the side of Frunze street:


2008, view to the side of Pushkin Library:


2008, construction of station:




2008, exit to the side of Pushkin Library:


2008, exit to the side of autocentre "Ford-Omsk":


2008, exit to the side of universal store:


2008, exit to the side of former beer factory:


2009, interior of station:




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Stations of second line:

5) "Torgovyi Tsentr" ("Trade Centre"):

Projects of two-level transfer station:




Station planned to be near the building of city administration, under the fontain:


View to the side of Hospital for the war veterans:


View to the side of Trade Centre "Omskiy":


Metro bridge over the Om River:

Metro bridge over the Om River planned to be built along this auroroad bridge:


6) "Marshala Zhukova" ("Marshal Zhukov' station" *):
* Georgiy Zhukov (1896-1974) was Soviet commander, Head of Soviet Army during WWII:

Station planned to be built near the Monument to Georgiy Zhukov:


7) "Lermontovskaya" ("Mikhail Lermontov" *):
* Mikhail Lermontov (1814-1841) was great Russian writer

8) "Parkovaya" ("Park station"):

Station planned to be under this square:
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9) "Tupolevskaya" ("Andrey Tupolev" *)
* Andrey Tupolev (1888-1972) was a pioneering Soviet aircraft designer

Project of station:


View to the side of station "Rabochaya":






Fence near the station:


Carcass of the vault of station:










10) "Rabochaya" ("Workers's station"):

Project of station (project name - "Mashinostroiteley"):


Construction of station:


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Current condition of Metro building in Omsk:

According the latest plan, Omsk Metro must be opened in 2016, to the 300-anniversary of city. However, in the end of 2008, it was decided to greatly decrease the funding of Metro building due to financial crisis. Therefore, opening of Omsk Metro in 2016 seems unreal. Today are ready only some Metro sections in Omsk - station "Biblioteka imeni Pushkina", Metrobridge and tunnel between stations "Tupolevskaya" and "Rabochaya" of second line. The works at the other sections were stopped or slowed.
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