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Old December 29th, 2012, 09:03 PM   #2601
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December 28, 2012. The trade store "Continent" (area - 90.000 sq.m.) in the ground floor of which located vestibule of Metro station "Bukharestskaya" ("Bucharest"):

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As it became known, author of mosaics Alexander Bystrov created this image of titmouse in honour of his friend and colleague Professor Andrey Sinitsa who lives in this part of city (Sinitsa is Russian word for titmouse ):

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December 28, 2012. The trade store "Mezhdunarodny" (area - 46.400 sq.m.) in the ground floor of which located vestibule of Metro station "Mezhdunarodnaya" ("International"):

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Old December 29th, 2012, 10:54 PM   #2611
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The mozaics are just fantastic!
What bothers me since i was in St. Petersburg, why at the escalators there are those staffed boths?
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Just to be able to turn off the escalators in emergency?
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That can be called passenger flow management. Turning escalators on and off, advising passengers stay on both sides of the escalator or stay right - go left etc. They see pictures from escalator CCTV on the display.
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The new stations looks amazing, as do your photos!! Best regards from Bukharest
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RUSSIAN METROS - SUMMARY OF THE YEAR AND FURTHER DEVELOPMENT:

According to the new tradition, I decided to write this report third year in a row. I previously made ​​similar reports about the events of 2010 and 2011. Perhaps it will be interesting for someone to compare my past predictions with real results.

Earlier, I did a forecasts for one year at the beginning of 2011 and 2012. I should admit that both times I was wrong. Two years ago, I was sure that Metro station "Chkalovskaya" in Yekaterinburg will open in 2011 (as it was planned by officials). However, its opening was rescheduled on 2012 due to problems with delivering of the parts for escalators. One year ago, I was skeptical about official plans to open Moscow Metro stations "Alma-Atinskaya" and "Pyatnitskoye Shosse" in 2012. Nevertheless, both stations were opened in late-December 2012, few days before New Year.

Therefore, in 2012 in Russia were opened 7 Metro stations in 4 cities. This is not much worse than the record result of 2005 when was opened the first line of the Kazan Metro.

Number of the Metro stations, which were opened in Russia since 1990:

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1990 - 4 stations: Moscow (4);
1991 - 12 stations: Moscow (5), St. Petersburg (3), Yekaterinburg (3), Novosibirsk;

(In 1992-1994 were opened Metro stations, which were mostly built in Soviet period)
1992 - 5 stations: Novosibirsk (2), Moscow, Samara, Yekaterinburg;
1993 - 4 stations: Nizhny Novgorod (2), Samara (2);
1994 - 3 stations: Yekaterinburg (2), Moscow;

(Metro stations, which were opened after 1994, were built in post-Soviet times)
1995 - 6 stations: Moscow (6);
1996 - 3 stations: Moscow (3);
1997 - 2 stations: St. Petersburg (2);
1998 - 0 stations;
1999 - 3 stations: St. Petersburg (2), Moscow;
2000 - 2 stations: Moscow, Novosibirsk;
2001 - 1 station: Moscow;
2002 - 4 stations: Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Yekaterinburg;
2003 - 6 stations: Moscow (6);
2004 - 0 stations;
2005 - 8 stations: Kazan (5), Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk;
2006 - 2 stations: Moscow, St. Petersburg;
2007 - 3 stations: Moscow (2), Samara;
2008 - 6 stations: Moscow (3), St. Petersburg (2), Kazan;
2009 - 4 stations: Moscow (3), St. Petersburg;
2010 - 5 stations: Moscow (2), St. Petersburg, Kazan, Novosibirsk;
2011 - 5 stations: Moscow (3), St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg;
2012 - 7 stations: Moscow (3), St. Petersburg (2), Nizhny Novgorod, Yekaterinburg.

According to a centuries-old Russian superstition, the third attempt should be much more successful than two previous ("God loves a Trinity" ). That's why I hope that my prediction for 2013 will be correct. In 2013 should be opened 9 Metro stations in Russia: 6 in Moscow and 3 in Kazan. In this case, it will be record result for post-Soviet times.

Does it speaks about general acceleration of Metro construction in Russia? Definitely not. In majority of cases, latest opening of Metro stations in regional cities symbolized end of the long-term construction (so-called "dolgostroy" - this term became popular in Russia in 1990s). For example, construction of the opened Metro segments in Nizhny Novgorod and Yekaterinburg began more than 10 years ago and was interrupted few times due to problems with funding. After the end of long-term constructions, new stations in the regional cities (including St. Petersburg) will be not opened in next years.

On the contrary, the Metro construction in Moscow was greatly accelerated after appointment of new Mayor. Now there is going construction of new Moscow Metro segments in the few areas simultaneously.

This means that in the next decade will be opened a lot of Metro stations in Moscow, while new extensions of the Metro systems in other Russian cities expected only after some years.

In the next posts I will write about results of 2012 and plans for the near future.
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MOSCOW METRO

2012 - THE MOST SIGNIFICANT EVENTS:

In 2012 were opened 186th, 187th and 188th stations of Moscow Metro on the three different lines - "Novokosino" (Line 8), "Alma-Atinskaya" (Line 2) and "Pyatnitskoye Shosse" (Line 3). The total length of three new segments is 7.6 km.


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"NOVOKOSINO":

On August 30, 2012 was opened "Novokosino" station.

"Novokosino" became last station of Moscow Metro, projecting and construction of which began under leadership of former Mayor of Moscow Yury Luzhkov (b. 1936) and former chief of the Moscow Metro Dmitry Gayev (1951-2012), before their resignations on September 28, 2010 and on February 7, 2011 respectively.

Unfortunatly, the ex-head of Moscow Metro (1995-2011) Dmitry Gayev died on October 28, 2012 at the age of 61 following a long illness.

Dmitry Gayev was born in Moscow on October 21, 1951. In 1973 he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Railway Engineers, in 1986 - the Moscow Institute of Management, and in 1989 - the Higher Party School. Dmitry Gayev worked in "Moskva-Sortirovochnaya" locomotive depot from 1973 till 1979. He was Senior Engineer of Ministry of Railways in 1981-1982. In 1982 he became an instructor Sokolniki district committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), since 1986 - an instructor and consultant for the Moscow city committee of the CPSU. From 1990 to 1995 he worked as First Deputy Head of the Moscow Metro. On December 25, 1995 Dmitry Gayev was appointed the Head of Moscow Metro.

Despite financial constraints, Moscow Metro saw rapid development and modernization under the leadership of Dmitry Gayev. In these years, a new fare collection system was introduced, new "Rusich" trains and turnstiles appeared, CCTV was installed all over the network, 32 stations were inaugurated and a new means of transport – Monorail system – was introduced in Moscow. At the same time, Moscow Metro was getting more and more actively involved in the work of major transport associations. On September 1, 1998 Moscow Metro became world's second subway (after Hong Kong MTR) where were introduced smart cards. Since 2001 Dmitry Gayev is the general designer of the project "Muscovite's Social Card". It was approved for the position according to the order of the Moscow City Government 585-RP dated December 29, 2001. In 2002, Dmitry Gayev was elected chairman of the Assembly of Metro International Union of Public Transport. He left in 2011.

Unfortunately, after the appointment of a new Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin, Dmitry Gayev was accused of misappropriation of funds and was forced to resign. On March 23, 2011 against him was a criminal case that was closed one year later. On April 11, 2012 Prosecutor General's Office of Russian Federation quashed the decision to dismiss the criminal case against Gayev as illegal, and resumed the investigation. In March 2012, with the permission of investigator, Gayev left Russia for treatment in Europe. On October 27, 2012 he died of cancer after a long illness in a Swiss clinic. Dmitry Gayev was buried on November 3, 2012 at Troyekurovskoye Cemetery in Moscow.

Dmitry Gayev got the Order For Merit to the Fatherland (3rd and 4th class), Order of Honour, Order of St. Sergius of Radonezh (Russian Orthodox church, 3rd class), Medal "Honored Civil Engineer of Russia", Medal "In Commemoration of the 850th Anniversary of Moscow", Medal "In Commemoration of the 1000th Anniversary of Kazan" and others.

Dmitry Gayev was a true professional, a charismatic leader who could set goals for his team and achieve the desired results. He genuinely loved Moscow Metro and did his best to make it better – both for passengers and for Metro workers.

May 15, 2010. Dmitry Gayev in the replica of "A" train during celebrations dedicated to the 75-anniversary of Moscow Metro:

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September 18, 2010. Dmitry Gayev and Yury Luzhkov gives a start to construction of tunnel between "Novokosino" and "Novogireyevo" Metro stations:

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"Novokosino" is a eastern terminus station of Line 8 of the Moscow Metro. It's located between Suzdal Street and Nosovikhinskoe Highway in the Novokosino District, Eastern Administrative Okrug. The station is situated at the northern edge of Novokosino District, adjacent to the Moscow Region's border with the capital. It located at the territory of Moscow city, but only in few metres from the border with the Reutov town (population: 89.253 inhabitants) in Moscow Region. The station has two vestibules and five exits: three - from the western vestibule and two - from the eastern vestibule. Two of five exits are situated at the territory of Reutov town. All vestibules and exits are equipped with elevators for people with reduced mobility.

"Novokosino" is built for carrying residents of Reutov town as well as Muscovites who live in the border territory. The opening of "Novokosino" station also helped to slightly reduce the number of passengers at the "Vykhino" - the terminus station of Line 7. "Vykhino" station is only part of a combined transfer node, the rest of which consists of the mainline suburban railway (Kazanskoye direction). For this reason, "Vykhino" has some of the largest passenger numbers of the metro network.

The station named after Novokosino District in which located. This district was established on July 5, 1995 on the place of former village which was known since 1576-1578. The general development of this territory began on September 3, 1986.

During Soviet times, from 1960s till 1989, the construction of Metro station "Reutovo" near railway station with same name had been planned by the government of Moscow. In 2001 they planned to built line of "light Metro" from Metro station "Novogireyevo" to the Novokosino District. This line was planned to be completed in 2007, but these plans were rejected. Instead of this, it was decided to build "traditional" Metro tunnels on the depth 10-17 metres.

The length of the section between "Novokosino" and "Novogireyevo" stations is 3.23 km, 2.45 km of which was built by tunnel boring machines. The construction works began in January 2009. On September 18, 2010 was started construction of the right tunnel from the future station "Novokosino" to the station "Novogireyevo" of Line 8 (opened on December 30, 1979). It was finished on April 15, 2011. On December 1, 2010 was started construction of the left tunnel between these stations which was finished on September 21, 2011. The rails in the tunnels were laid in January-February 2012. On August 23, 2012 the first testing train rode at the "Novokosino" station. The station was opened on August 30, 2012 in the presence of President of Russia Vladimir Putin. Previously Vladimir Putin took part in the opening ceremony of Moscow Metro station "Annino" (on December 12, 2001) as well as in the opening of the first line of Kazan Metro (on August 27, 2005). His precedeer, Dmitry Medvedev, took part in the openings of Moscow Metro station "Slavyansky Bulvar" (on September 7, 2008) and Yekaterinburg Metro station "Botanicheskaya" (on November 28, 2011).

The architects of the station are Leonid Borzenkov (project leader), Mikhail Volovich, Sergey Kostikov, Tamara Nagieva, Natalya Soldatova and Vasily Uvarov. "Novokosino" is a shallow single-vaulted station (depth - 9 m). "Novokosino" station is made in black, gray and white colours. The ceiling of the station features a number of illuminated caissons divided by dark diagonal ribs. The station is made of grey and black natural stone, stainless steel and glass elements in lamps, benches and banisters. The track wall features a high foundation lined with Durlum Loop holed dark grey panels with noise absorbing layer and a dark granite lid. The floor is paved with grey and black natural stone. Passenger information can be seen on track walls and above the benches for passengers. The walls of the station vestibules and passageways make a strong contrast with the station: they are faced with ceramic tiles with metal frames. The walls of the western vestibule are light-green while those of the eastern vestibule are orange.


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"ALMA-ATINSKAYA":

On December 24, 2012 was opened "Alma-Atinskaya" station.






"Alma-Atinskaya" ("Almaty") is a southern terminus station of the Line 2 of the Moscow Metro. The station is situated near the Brateyevskaya Street, Ferry Street and Klyuchevskaya Street in the Brateyevo District, Southern Administrative Okrug. It is located in the residential Brateyevo District which is built up with multi-storey buildings in the period of 1996-2000, his height are 14-22 floors. Now all houses are achievable by foot from "Alma-Atinskaya" or "Borisovo" station, and housing cost has to increase in them. "Alma-Atinskaya" station has two vestibules each of which has one exit. The northern vestibule is ground-level while southern vestibule is underground. The southern vestibule is equipped with elevators for people with reduced mobility.

Before June 11, 1996, this station has planned name "Promzona" ("Industrial zone"), because in 1990s the construction of large industrial-and-trade complex south of Brateyevo District had been planned by the government of Moscow. In 1990s was partly prepared site for Metro construction, but further works were stopped. After 2000 the project of construction of industrial complex was abandoned.

The main reason for construction of "Alma-Atinskaya" station was lack of the Metro depot for the direct transfer of trains to the southern part of Line 2. "Alma-Atinskaya" was built between Metro station "Krasnogvardeyskaya" ("Red Guards") and future Metro depot "Brateyevo", which planned to be opened next year. The distance between "Krasnogvardeyskaya" and "Alma-Atinskaya" stations is 2.9 km. The active construction works began in May 2011. The construction of the left tunnel between "Krasnogvardeyskaya" and "Alma-Atinskaya" stations was completed on July 11, 2012; the construction of right tunnel - on August 31, 2012.

Originally it was planned that the station will be named "Brateyevo" in the honour of district in which located. However, due to proposal of Embassy of Kazakhstan in Moscow, this name was changed on "Alma-Atinskaya" to commemorate the friendship between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The plans to name one of future Metro stations in the honour of Kazakhstan were announced in December 2009. Few days before opening of Metro station "Myakinino" at the north-west of Moscow (on December 26, 2009), there appeared rumors that this station will be opened as "Kazakhstanskaya" ("Kazakhstan"). However, on December 23, 2009 Head of Moscow Metro Dmitry Gayev denied this information, but he declared that one of the station at the south of Moscow will be named after Kazakhstan not earlier 2011. In September 2010 appeared rumours that future Metro station "Borisovo" in the Brateyevo District (opened on December 2, 2011) will be renamed into "Kazakhstanskaya". However, this station also was not officially renamed.

On November 29, 2011 Moscow government decided to rename station "Brateyevo" into "Alma-Atinskaya" after the city of Almaty (Russian: Alma-Ata), former capital and most populous city of Kazakhstan. It was dedicated to the 70-anniversary of legendary Panfilov Division, which was established in Almaty and displayed mass heroism during Battle of Moscow 1941. In addition, there is Almaty Street in 620 metres from the station - this street got its name in 1985. The change reflects the rename of "Molodyozhnaya" ("Youth") station of Almaty Metro, which is under construction, into "Moskva" ("Moscow") station as a sign of friendship between Russia and Kazakhstan. The first line of Almaty Metro was opened on December 1, 2011. The construction of second stage with station "Moskva" planned to be finished in 2013.

The local residents organized protests against renaming of station. "Alma-Atinskaya" is situated in Brateyevo District, which the locals say is a unique name in Russia (known since 1628), and should be used for the station too. In March 2012 residents of Brateyevo District organized protests near Embassy of Kazakhstan in Moscow, but their pleas were ignored. "Alma-Atinskaya" station was opened on December 24, 2012. In the opening day, was organized historical reconstruction to commemorate feat performed by the Panfilov Division during the WWII. Among the honorary guests at opening ceremony were Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Russia Galym Orazbakov and Maya Panfilova, the daughter of Soviet general and a posthumous Hero of the Soviet Union Ivan Panfilov (1893-1941).

The architects of the station are Alexander Nekrasov and Galina Mun. "Alma-Atinskaya" is a shallow single-vaulted station (depth - 10 m). The height of vault is 6 metres. There are installed 9 red-painted parabolical light fixtures (the length of arc - 11 metres) along the longitudinal axis of the station. The track wall features a high foundation lined with granite. The floor is paved with grey and black granite. The southern exit located near edge of district, and serves only 4-5 houses. The stairs conducts with platform of station in a underground vestibule, further on a surface - the second stairway. The exit to a surface is covered with a glass construction. The ground-level northern vestibule of ellipsoidal form is equipped with three escalators. The main facade of northern vestibule is decorated with window with image "Apple Orchard" (author - Kazakh artist Aidar Zhamkhanuly Zhamkhan). This is a copy of his work at the station "Almaly" of the Almaty Metro (opened on December 1, 2011). It depicts apple-tree against the background of Almaty city and mountain range Trans-Ili Alatau. The territory near both vestibules is paved with tile with color pattern based on Kazakh national motives. There will be planted apple alley near the station (the name of Almaty means "city of apples" or "city of apple trees").

Due of local conditions - a pond at the traveling direction and dense location of nearest buildings, track layout applied non-standard to Moscow Metro system: there is a crossover before the station, and the track behind station simply terminates in dead end. That's why there were installed two interval clocks at one end of station and there are no interval clocks at the opposite end. The trains arrives at both track ways (as well as goes from both track ways) in one direction. Thereof, few trains go to "Alma-Atinskaya" station. Two or three trains in a row goes to the previous station "Krasnogvardeyskaya", and the third or fourth - to station "Alma-Atinskaya". As result, time intervals between departure of trains from "Alma-Atinskaya" station is very long (about 8 minutes).


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