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Old January 7th, 2013, 06:59 PM   #2661
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"ZHULEBINO"

"Zhulebino" is a future southeastern terminus station of the Line 7 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located near the General Kuznetsov Street, Tarkhany Street and Aerospace Engineer Mil Street, in the Vykhino-Zhulebino District, South-Eastern Administrative Okrug. "Zhulebino" will be located outside the Moscow Automobile Ring Road (MKAD).

The station named after district in which it is located. The village of Zhulebino was firstly mentioned in 1645, although it's considered that this village appeared in 1499. The village was named after representative of noble family Andrey Osteyev, who had a nickname Zhuleba (i.e. sly man). This village and neighboring territory was included into city boundaries in 1985. There was built new microdistrict Zhulebino around the former village. In 1991 was established municipal okrug Zhulebino. On July 5, 1995 was established Vykhino-Zhulebino District which includes territories of the temporary municipal okrugs of Vykhino and Zhulebino.

In the end of 1980s, the construction of the Metro station in Zhulebino microdistrict had been planned by the government of Moscow. This plan was ready in 1990, but it was postponed. Then in 1999 began the development and implementation of the projects of the construction of the Light Metro, and one of the Light Metro lines should be lead into Zhulebino. However, after the opening of the Butovskaya Light Metro Line on December 27, 2003, the designs drawbacks became all the more apparent and the plans for construction of the other Light Metro lines were rejected. City authorities considered three options of Metro construction: to build one, two or three stations in Zhulebino. In 2010 it was decided to come back to the Soviet plan of 1990. In August 2010 was presented project of the southern extension of the Line 7 with two new stations - "Pronskaya" and "Zhulebino". "Pronskaya" station was planned to be built near the Pronsk Street and Zhulebino Boulevard. However, in February 2011, according to the Order of new Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin, it was decided to built one of planned stations at the intersection of the Lermontov Avenue and Khvalynsk Boulevard. As result, planned "Pronskaya" station was officially renamed into "Lermontovsky Prospekt" ("Lermontov Avenue"). The project was corrected. As result, it became possible to construct "Zhulebino" at a straight line, while originally this station intended to build in curve.

The preparation works were started in May 2011. The construction works were started in the end of September 2011. In January-February 2012 from Krasnoyarsk were delivered parts of TBM "Olga" ("Lovat RME-242SE"). On March 23, 2012 began construction of the 1.59-km left tunnel in direction to the "Lermontovsky Prospekt" station. The construction of the 1.57-km right tunnel with using of TBM "Herrenknecht-798" should to be started in January 2013.

The architects of the station are Leonid Borzenkov (project leader), Mikhail Volovich, Sergey Kostikov, Tamara Nagieva, Natalya Soldatova and Vasily Uvarov. "Zhulebino" will be shallow station two-vaulted station of the column type (depth - 15 m). It will be decorated in nine colours (spectrum from green to red-orange). There will be two vestibules with 11 exits, which will lead to the both sides of General Kuznetsov Street and Aerospace Engineer Mil Street.

August 9, 2012. The construction of Metro station "Zhulebino":


December 11, 2012. The construction of the tunnels between Metro stations "Zhulebino" and "Lermontovsky Prospekt" (upper part); between Metro stations "Lermontovsky Prospekt" and "Vykhino" (lower part):

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December 11, 2012. The construction of Metro station "Zhulebino":

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Old January 7th, 2013, 07:02 PM   #2663
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BUTOVSKAYA LINE L1

In 2013 Butovskaya Light Metro Line planned to be extended on 5.0 km northwest with two new stations - "Lesoparkovaya" ("Urban Forest") and "Bitsevsky Park" ("Bitsa Park"). This extension should to link southern radii of the Line 6 and Line 9 via Butovskaya Line. It should to solve problem with overcrowding at the transfer from Butovskaya Line to Line 9 as well as with overloading of the southern radius of the Line 9. It's planned that as result of the extension, the passengers from Northern Butovo and Southern Butovo Districts will be redistributed by the both lines. This segment is being built by "Kazmetrostroy" construction company from Kazan.

Butovskaya Line is a Light Metro line of the Moscow Metro. Its total length is 5.5 km. The line symbolizes an experiment of building rapid-transit in areas where tunnel boring is considered expensive and impractical. In the past, attempts were made to build lines on ground level, however as the Line 4 showed, harsh Russian winters and the occupation of the large amount of useful land, make such projects a failure. However, new districts on the very edge of the city, particularly those outside Moscow Automobile Ring Road (MKAD) required a rapid-transit connection. As the practicality of tunnel boring is unclear, the system was planned to be above ground since the late 1980s, when Moscow Metro design bureau, "Metrogiprotrans", developed a set of projects that would bring rapid-transit beyond MKAD, with the Southern Butovo District being the first one.

The term Light Metro was applied to these new projects, as it would feature an elevated track on a continuous flyover. Specific rolling stock had to be developed to serve the track, as it would have to be resistant to the open climate elements and sharper bends. For ease of operation, the Light Metro was integrated into the classical Metro service.

The Butovskaya Line essentially continues the southern radius of the Line 9. The 5.5 kilometres line was opened on December 27, 2003. For convenience, the first 1.8 kilometres were bored in a tunnel, which allowed for a convenient transfer connection at the "Bulvar Dmitriya Donskogo" ("Dmitry Donskoy Boulevard") terminus. For the rest of its length it is elevated, with both single and double tracks protected by a sound barrier. Currently four elevated stations, each of identical design, are in operation. For the first time in Moscow Metro, at the all stations of this line except "Ulitsa Starokachalovskaya" ("Old Kachalovo Street") were installed lifts for wheelchair users only. The line interchanges with Line 9 at "Ulitsa Starokachalovskaya".

The line shares the Metro depot "Varshavskoye" (№ 8) with the Line 9. Specially built class 81-740/741 ("Rusich") trains serve this line. These were designed for outdoor operation. A total of 12 three-car trains are currently assigned.

Although the Light Metro was indeed innovative, it also received its share of criticism from different social groups and the media, which could well affect its future.

The main problems arose from finances, as the design was originally planned to be cost-saving; however, the Butovskaya Line turned out to be more expensive than conventional Metro lines. Passenger discomfort arose from shorter trains and larger intervals, but in particular from the transfer at "Ulitsa Starokachalovskaya" / "Bulvar Dmitriya Donskogo", where the Light Metro station consists of two separated platforms on either side of the main line with no reversal sidings behind it. As a result passengers must queue for lengthier times at a platform and also deal with exiting traffic before boarding their train. Additional problems arose from the landscape damage done by the flyover bridge.

Furthermore, costly and embarrassing improvements had to be made just a few months after opening. First, improvements had to be made to the faulty new trains, as they required immediate and unforeseen refits; in addition, despite the sound barriers, further noise reduction works had to be carried out on the tracks themselves by repairing their joints. Despite the shortcomings, one positive aspect of the Butovskaya Line is that the 81-740/741 trains, serial production of the rolling stock, have gained wider usage and are now dominant on the Line 3, Line 4 and Ring Line 5.

The problems with the Butovskaya Line have also affected the prospect of other Light Metro lines in general as the second planned line, the Solntsevskaya Light Metro Line, has now been canceled. Its construction was planned to begin in 2004, with the line expected to open in 2006, but after repeated postponements, Moscow Metro decided that it would be more practical to revert to an older project — a conventional, Solntsevskaya Line. After the Solntsevskaya Line's cancellation, there have been concerns that Butovskaya Line's fate could be much worse, as there are arguments that it would be more practical to disassemble the line and replace it with two-three station extension of the Line 9.

Despite the criticism, the Moscow Metro continues to put forward several expansion programs for the Butovskaya Line, the first one of which is to place proper reversal sidings north of the station thus separating the terminus platforms into northbound and southbound roles. After the completion of that there was initially a planned northwestwards underground extension towards the terminus of the Line 6, "Novoyasenevskaya" scheduled for 2013.

September 26, 2012. The northwestern extension of Butovskaya Light Metro Line:


The terminus of Butovskaya line of the Moscow Metro, the "Buninskaya Alleya" ("Bunin Alley") station and the tilting dead-ends:

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Old January 7th, 2013, 07:04 PM   #2664
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"LESOPARKOVAYA"

"Lesoparkovaya" ("Urban Forest") is a future station of the Butovskaya Light Metro Line of the Moscow Metro. It will be located near 35th km of the Moscow Automobile Ring Road parallel to beltway, in the Southern Chertanovo District, Southern Administrative Okrug.

The station is named after Bitsa Park, which located nearby. Bitsa Park is the second largest natural parks (forests) in Moscow (after Moose Island National Park). The park, traversed by the Chertanovka River and the Bitsa River, sprawls for some 10 km from north to south and covers the area of 22.1 square kilometres. The park is elongated from the north to the south and is bounded by Balaklava Avenue from the north. The park is home to more than 500 species of plants, including lindens, oaks, and fine firs, planted by Mikhail Katkov's son at his family manor in the 19th century. 33 species of mammals and 78 species of birds have been registered in the park. The grounds of the park contain the Museum of Paleontology, as well as the 18th-century country estates of Uzkoye and Znamenskoye-Sadki and the reconstructed estate of Yasenevo. They skirt the Bitsa horse-riding complex which was built for the 1980 Olympic Games. The forest was the site where serial killer Alexander Pichushkin (b. 1974) committed 59 of his 60 murders.

Currently there are no any living houses or public buildings near the station. This station is being built to the safety of passengers (as emergency exit) and for perspective development of the territory. There are plans to build three car parkings with capacity of 1472 car-places near the station.

The preparation works near the station "Ulitsa Starokachalovskaya" were started in September 2011. In October 2011 began removing of garages from the territory of construction of the Lesoparkovaya" station, which was finished in February 2012. The construction works began in February 2012. On April 17, 2012 began construction of the 1.145-km left tunnel from "Ulitsa Starokachalovskaya" in direction to "Lesoparkovaya" station with using of TBM "Olga" ("Lovat"). It was finished on November 15, 2012. On June 11, 2012 began construction of the 1.233-km right tunnel between these stations with using of TBM "Polina" ("Lovat"). It should be finished in the winter of 2013. On August 3, 2012 began construction of the left tunnel from "Lesoparkovaya" in direction to "Bitsevsky Park" station with using of TBM "Aysılu" ("Wirth-NFM"), on August 16, 2012 - the right tunnel with using of TBM "Laysan" ("Hitachi"). The construction of these tunnels (about 2.5 km long) should to be completed in the spring of 2013.

The architects of the station are Vladimir Filippov and Svetlana Petrosyan. "Lesoparkovaya" will be shallow station of single-vaulted type. The track walls will be lined with polished granite, while the floor will be paved with granite. As the station of Light Metro, "Lesoparkovaya" will be have less long platform (92 metres) than vast majority of Moscow Metro stations (155-162 metres). "Lesoparkovaya" is planned be first Metro station in Moscow, where will be installed platform screen doors (heigth - 2.3 metres). The station will be have two vestibules with two exits.

November 29, 2012. The construction of Metro station "Lesoparkovaya":


December 3, 2012. The construction of Metro station "Lesoparkovaya":

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"BITSEVSKY PARK"

"Bitsevsky Park" is a future northwestern terminus station of the Butovskaya Light Metro Line of the Moscow Metro. It will be located near Novoyasenevsky Avenue in the Yasenevo District, South-Western Administrative Okrug. This station will have transfer to the "Novoyasenevskaya" station of Line 6 (opened on January 17, 1990). As result, it will help to solve many transport problems. Currently Butovskaya Line have only one transfer - on the southern terminus station of the Line 9. As result, southern radius of the Line 9 is very overcrowded, because it serves the passengers from Northern Butovo and Southern Butovo Districts. In contrast, passenger traffic at the southern radius of the Line 6 is relatively low. New transfer will let passengers from Northern Butovo and Southern Butovo Districts to use the Line 6 as alternative variant for the trips to the city center. Also, it will improve transport communication between Chertanovo and Yasenevo Districts - it will be not necessary to use Ring Line for the transfer from the Line 9 to Line 6 and vice versa.

The station is named for the Bitsa Park, a large natural park located nearby. Bitsa Park is the second largest natural parks (forests) in Moscow (after Moose Island National Park). The park, traversed by the Chertanovka River and the Bitsa River, sprawls for some 10 km from north to south and covers the area of 22.1 square kilometres.

On January 17, 1990 there was opened "Novoyasenevskaya" station - southwestern terminus of the Line 6, which had name "Bitsevsky Park" before June 1, 2009. On June 3, 2008 the city government issued decree to rename the station to "Novoyasenevskaya" in the order to use name of "Bitsevsky Park" for the future transfer station of the Butovskaya Light Metro Line. Moscow Metro was granted a 1-year transition period to effect the change in names.

The station "Novoyasenevskaya" (depth - 7 m) had two vestibules - one underground and one ground-level, but only one is in operation due to the relatively low number of passengers handled by the station each day. The active vestibule is a part of an underpass beneath Novoyasenevsky Avenue. The unused ground-level eastern vestibule was located further down the road, on the edge of the park. It was a round building, finished with grey marble and pinkish granite and topped with a disproportionately large weathervane. In the late-1980s there were plans to remove Moscow Zoo from the centre of city to the Bitsa Park (or to built new territory of Zoo). The ground-level vestibule was planned to serve visitors of new Moscow Zoo. For this reason, it was decorated with original weathervane "Noah's Ark" (author - Leonid Berlin) with the figures of animals. However, due to local protesters, these plans were never realized. The vestibule operated just few months (since January 17, 1990 till March 1991) before its closing due to low passenger traffic. The exit stairs at the east end of the platform, which lead to this vestibule, were barricaded.

The idea of northern extension of Butovskaya Line was discussed after its opening. The tunnels between "Lesoparkovaya" and "Bitsevsky Park" stations are being built under the territory of Bitsa Park. However, it was strongly criticized by some residents of Yasenevo District. They are sure that construction of the tunnels under the territory of Bitsevsky Park will damage root system of trees, that will lead to big ecological damage. According to the Metro builders, the depth of the tunnels under the territory of park will be 15-30 metres. There will be used technologies which will help to minimize the possible ecological damage from the Metro construction. In order to minimize possible ecological damage, it was decided to build only one object of the ventilation system directly at the territory of Bitsa Park. But despite of this, local residents occasionally intervenes into construction process, demanding to stop Metro construction or to build it according to alternative routes.






The preparation works near the future station were started in October 2011. The construction of the station began in the end of November 2011. On August 3, 2012 began construction of the left tunnel from "Lesoparkovaya" in direction to "Bitsevsky Park" station with using of TBM "Aysılu" ("Wirth-NFM"), on August 16, 2012 - the construction of right tunnel with using of TBM "Laysan" ("Hitachi"). The construction of both tunnels (about 2.5 km long) should to be completed in the spring of 2013.

The architects of the station are Nikolay Shumakov and Galina Mun, who were authors of the transfer "Novoyasenevskaya" station. "Bitsevsky Park" will be shallow single-vaulted station. It will have asymmetrical vault with long caissons. There will be used marble, granite and glass for the decoration of station. This station will be built with one vestibule. The transfer to the "Novoyasenevskaya" station will be organized via combined vestibule of both stations, which will be built at the place of the eastern ground-level vestibule (closed since March 1991). In the end of July 2012 began demolition of the eastern vestibule, which was finished in August 2012. The decorative weathervane "Noah's Ark" will be placed near new vestibule.

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1990-1991. The eastern vestibule of Metro station "Bitsevsky Park" (now "Novoyasenevskaya") before closing:

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December 3, 2012. The construction of Metro station "Bitsevsky Park":

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April 18, 2009. The eastern (closed) end of Metro station "Novoyasenevskaya":

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April 24, 2011. The closed eastern vestibule of "Novoyasenevskaya" station a year before the demolition:

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April 24, 2011. The closed eastern vestibule of "Novoyasenevskaya" station a year before the demolition:

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The future common vestibule for the Line 6 and Line L1. The weathervane "Noah's Ark" from demolished vestibule (right):

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SOLNTSEVSKY RADIUS

In 2013 should be opened 2.4-km long segment between Metro stations "Delovoy Tsentr" ("Business Center") and "Park Pobedy" ("Victory Park"). This segment will be part of the planned Solntsevsky Radius, which will lead in direction to the highly populated Solntsevo District (population: 116.149 inhabitants in 2010). Later, after the opening of three stations in the central part of Moscow, Solntsevsky Radius will be linked with existing Kalininskaya Line 8, and new Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line will be formed.

Solntsevo is a district in Western Administrative Okrug of Moscow, Russia. In 17th century there was village of Sukovo at this place. In beginning of 20th century this village and neighboring area became popular place for summer leisure. Solntsevo was established on September 26, 1938 as a cottage settlement near this village and was named after the Russian word for Sun ("solntse"). In post-WWII years there began mass construction of living houses in the Solntsevo settlement. On February 23, 1971 Solntsevo became separate town in Moscow Region. Its population continued to grow, and on May 10, 1984 Solntsevo was included into Moscow boundaries. The number of inhabitants increased from 91 thousand people in 1984 to 160 thousand people in 1990. On September 12, 1991 Solntsevo District became part of the Western Administrative Okrug of Moscow, and was divided into three municipal okrugs: Solntsevo, Novo-Peredelkino and Vnukovo. These three municipal okrugs got status of the districts of Moscow on July 5, 1995.

KALININSKO-SOLNTSEVSKAYA LINE

Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line is a future Moscow Metro line that will see the expansion of the metro to the Solntsevo District in Moscow.

First project - radius

Historically, most of the today's Western Administrative District became part of Moscow only in 1960, while the district of Solntsevo, which is located beyond Moscow Automobile Ring Road (MKAD) was added in 1984 and redeveloped as a typical bedroom raion (residential district). The Moscow Metro since the completion of the Frunzesnky and Filyovsky radii in the mid-1960s, left a vast region which has called for an additional metro radius since the 1971 general plan of Moscow.

The original plan proposed to utilise the Line 3 by turning from its western terminus at "Kievskaya" to the southwest and continuing along the Michurin Avenue all the way into Solntsevo. Moreover in doing so the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya Line 3 would cease to exist, as the planned Perovsky Radius would dock with "Arbatskaya", and the deep 1953 section of the line would join the new Kievsko-Perovskaya Line, whilst the historic "Aleksandrovsky Sad" - "Ploshchad Revolyutsii" service would restart creating a new Filyovsko-Izmaylovskaya Line.

However this plan was never realised, partly because the Moscow Metro was required in other districts, partly because the Filyovskaya Line 4's construction was such that prevented a high-speed operation due to the vast amount of surface sections.

Second project - chord

In 1984 Solntsevo became part of Moscow, and the adjacent districts within MKAD were becoming over-loading the existing service. Simultaneously Moscow's Urban Rapid-Transit planning body - "Metrogiprotrans" was continuing to debate whether it was suitable of splitting the Line 3 and the whole classical ring-radial layout of the metro. Owing to the disadvantages of the over-congested centre, initially in 1984 engineer Ivan Bordukov published an article in "Pravda" newspaper where he proposed a set of chordial and semi-chordial lines that would bypass the city centre and the Ring Line, or at least have some of the transfers outside the ring, which applies to the latter group and the Lyublinskaya Line was to result of this.

Eventually "Metrogiprotrans" welcomed the idea, and suggested a set of four chordial lines that would appear as standard radii but instead of passing through Ring Line would pass instead outside the city centre. Not only would this relieve main congestion zones by offering passengers a second transfer contour, the project also solved one of Moscow's most oldest pending plans the second ring, as the chords would naturally form one, and a ring service could be organised.

For Solntsevo was placed at the end of a Solntsevo-Mytishchinskaya Line, which would begin in the adjacent to Moscow city of Mytishchi in the northeast, follow the Yaroslavl Highway until docking with "VDNKh" with a cross-platform transfer, and then wrap around the city centre on a north western edge: "Maryina Roshcha", "Dynamo", "Begovaya", "Moscow-City" and finally "Park Pobedy", after which it would resume its previous path and continue all the way to Solnsevo, and then beyond it to Vnukovo Airport.

The chord was planned to be the second order after the Stroginsko-Biryulyovskaya one was to be opened in the mid-1990s. However the Soviet Union collapsed before any of those projects could be realised.

Third Project - Light Metro

The dissolution of the Soviet Union brought severe financial trouble to the Metro, and the Metro administration to reality that it would never have the means to construct such major sections as the chordial lines. As an alternative in the late-1990s "Metrogiprotrans" proposed a set of Light Metro lines to raions located beyond MKAD. Thus in 2001-2003 the Butovskaya Light Metro Line was built and opened. Although the novelty of the idea was initially welcomed soon the designs drawbacks became all the more apparent, and one by one other Light Metro projects: Kosino, and Zhulebino were cancelled in favour of a conventional one station extension beyond MKAD. The Solntsevo Light Metro Line however, was to be the second Light Metro to be launched after the Butovskaya Light Metro Line, continued to be drawn on most Moscow Metro maps.

The light Metro line was to begin at the existing terminus of the Line 1, "Yugo-Zapadnaya" ("South-Western"), where an underground station transfer would be organised. It would then turn northwest until reaching the Michurin Avenue and then follow it into Solntsevo in total containing seven stations: "Nikulinskaya", "Olimpiyskaya Derevnya" ("Olympic Village"), "Vostryakovo", "Tereshkovo", "Solntsevo", "Borovskoye Shosse" ("Borovsk Highway") and "Novoperedelkino", with a planned extension to Vnukovo Airport afterwards.

Initially it was planned for construction to begin in 2004, but the rising problems of the Butovskaya Light Metro Line made Moscow planners rethink the idea, and in 2005 the plan was remodelled and two stations "Nikulinskaya" and "Vostryakovo" were removed from the project, but the start of construction was continuously put off 2009 in 2006, 2012 in 2007 and in 2008 the project was cancelled altogether.

Сurrent project

By the mid-2000s Moscow Metro was faced with two realities, the first was that financial situation has drastically improved, many of the long standing projects could now be completed. The second one was the drastic rise in passenger traffic, meant that the existing radii (where most of the congestion takes place) would already be filled to the brink, and adding Solntsevo's passengers to the Line 1 would not be wise, as its central facilities are the oldest in the system and might not handle the additional load. So in 2008 Moscow Metro published a new revised general plan which effectively returned most of the 1980s chordial projects. The new Solnstevskaya Line would begin at "Park Pobedy" ("Victory Park"), which was initially envisioned as a future transfer between the Mitinsko-Biryulyovskaya and the same Solntsevsko-Mytishcinskaya chords, and then continue south with four stations: "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" ("Lomonosov Avenue"), "Ramenki", "Michurinsky Prospekt" ("Michurin Avenue") and "Ochakovo". Afterwards it is likely to have two or three stations in Solntsevo itself.

"DELOVOY TSENTR"

"Delovoy Tsentr" ("Business Center") is a future station of the planned Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line 8 of the Moscow Metro. It's situated near International Business Center, in the Presnensky District, Central Administrative Okrug.

The station is named for the Moscow International Business Center, which located nearby. Moscow International Business Center, also referred to as Moscow-City is a commercial district in central Moscow. Located near the Third Ring Road in Presnensky District of western Moscow, the Moscow-City area is currently under development. The Moscow IBC is expected to become the first zone in Russia to combine business activity, living space and entertainment in one single development. The Moscow government first conceived the project in 1992. An estimated 250.000–300.000 people will be working, living, or visiting the complex at any given time. In order to manage the project a public company CITY was created in 1992 which is responsible for overseeing the initial creation and development of Moscow City as well as its subsequent exploitation. CITY is also a general contractor and both landlord and lessor. Overall responsibility for the architectural planning and design of Moscow-City belongs to the architectural studio No. 6, which is a part of the large Moscow practice "Mosproject-2" named after Mikhail Posokhin. This group, headed by Gennady Sirota, who is officially the Chief Architect of Moscow-City, is in charge of overseeing the design of the complex as a whole and agreeing the details of individual projects. Each and every building lot has its own investor and architect. The construction of the Moscow IBC is taking place on the Presnenskaya Embankment of the Moscow River approximately 4 kilometres west of Red Square, and just east of the Third Ring Road. The project occupies an area of 60 hectares, the territory chosen being the only area in central Moscow that can accommodate such a project. Before construction began, the area represented an old stone quarry where most of the buildings were old factories and industrial complexes that had been closed or abandoned. The total cost of the project is estimated at $12 billion. The City of Capitals complex, symbolizing Moscow and St. Petersburg, is located on plot 9. The tower Moscow (heigth - 301.6 m) has become the first super-tall skyscraper in Europe. Mercury City Tower is a 75-storey skyscraper currently under construction in Moscow. The building topped-out at 339 metres on November 1, 2012, overtaking London's The Shard as Europe's tallest building. Upon completion, Federation Tower will be the tallest building in Europe, at the height of 506 metres.

"Delovoy Tsentr" will be part of transfer complex consisting of three Metro stations. Structurally, all three stations were built in 2004-2005. On September 10, 2005 there was opened Metro station of the Line 4, which also had name "Delovoy Tsentr" ("Business Centre") before June 1, 2009. On June 3, 2008 the city government issued decree to rename this station into "Vystavochnaya" ("Exhibition", due to location near Moscow Expo Center) in the order to use name of "Delovoy Tsentr" for two future transfer stations. A transition period of one year has been granted to effect the change in names. "Vystavochnaya" will only be the first station in a future three station transfer complex involving a transfer between the Third Interchange Contour and the Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya (currently Kalininskaya) Line. Both of the new stations are actually completed, but presently are unopened.

The architects of the station are Alexander Vigdorov, Leonid Borzenkov and Olga Farstova. "Delovoy Tsentr" will be shallow three-vaulted station of column type (depth - 22.5 metres). The station is built on two levels, with the platform on the lower level. The upper level consists of two walkways which span the length of the platform.

The preparation works for construction of two 1.85-km long tunnels from "Delovoy Tsentr" in direction to "Park Pobedy" were started in January 2012. The construction works will be held with using of two TBMs "Robbins". However, by January 1, 2013 construction of the tunnels was not started yet.

September 24, 2012. The construction of Metro station "Delovoy Tsentr":



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September 24, 2012. The construction of Metro station "Delovoy Tsentr" of the future Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line:

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September 24, 2012. The future transfer station "Vystavochnaya" (opened on September 10, 2005):

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December 21, 2012. Moscow International Business Center:

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December 21, 2012. The preparations for construction of two tunnels between Metro stations "Delovoy Tsentr" and "Park Pobedy":

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"PARK POBEDY"

"Park Pobedy" ("Victory Park") is a name of the station on the Line 4 and future station of the planned Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line 8 of the Moscow Metro. It's situated near Kutuzov Avenue, Barclay Street and General Yermolov Street, in the Dorogomilovo District, Western Administrative Okrug. The station on the Line 4 was opened on May 6, 2003, on the eve of 58th V-day celebrations. In 2013, it will be fifth stations within the Moscow Metro network providing cross-platform interchange (besides "Kitay-gorod", "Tretyakovskaya", "Kashirskaya" and "Kuntsevskaya").

The station is named for the Victory Park, which located nearby. Victory Park was opened on Poklonnaya Hill on May 9, 1995 to the 50-anniversary of Great Soviet Victory in WWII. Poklonnaya Hill (literally "bow-down hill"; metaphorically "Worshipful Submission Hill"') is, at 171.5 metres, one of the highest spots in Moscow. Its two summits used to be separated by the Setun River, until one of the summits was razed in 1987. Since 1936, the area has been part of Moscow and now contains the Victory Park with many tanks and other vehicles used in the Second World War on display. Historically, the hill had great strategic importance, as it commanded the best view of the Russian capital. Its name is derived from the Russian for "to bow down", as everyone approaching the capital from the west was expected to do homage here. On September 14, 1812, it was the spot where Napoléon in vain expected the symbolic keys to the Moscow Kremlin to be brought to him by Russians. In the 1960s, the Soviet authorities decided to put the area to use as an open-air museum dedicated to the Great Russian victory over Napoléon. The New Triumphal Arch, erected in wood in 1814 and in marble in 1829-1834 to a design by great Russian architect Joseph Bové (1784-1834), was relocated and reconstructed here in 1966-1968. A loghouse, where great Russian Field Marshal Mikhail Kutuzov (1745-1813) presided over the Fili conference which decided to abandon Moscow to the enemy, was designated a national monument. The huge panorama "Battle of Borodino" (1910-1912) by great Russian painter Franz Roubaud (1856–1928) was installed here in 1962. A monument to Mikhail Kutuzov was opened in 1973.

The Victory Park and the Square of Victors are important parts of the outdoor museum. In the 1990s an obelisk was added with a statue of Nike and a monument of St. George slaying the dragon, both designed by Georgian-Russian sculptor Zurab Tsereteli (b. 1934). The obelisk's height is exactly 141.8 metres, which is 10 cm for every day of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. A golden-domed Orthodox church was erected on the hilltop in 1994-1995, followed by a memorial mosque (1995-1997) and the Holocaust Memorial Synagogue (1997-1998). At the 60th V-day celebrations in 2005, President Vladimir Putin inaugurated 15 extravagant bronze columns, symbolizing main fronts and navies of the Red Army during the World War II. Since the 1980s the hill also includes the monumental museum to the great Soviet victory in the Great Patriotic War. The main building of the museum was constructed between 1986 and 1995. "Hall of glory" holds reliefs of the 12 Soviet Hero Cities, on its marmor walls are inscribed the names of several thousand Heroes of the Soviet Union, awarded during the war. "Hall of remembrance" downstairs contains "Books of remembrance" with the names of more than 26 million Soviet war dead.

"Park Pobedy" is actually a cross-platform complex with two separate, parallel platforms, though only the inner pair of tracks is presently used. When the construction was begun in 1990, plans called for this to be a transfer to the future Solntsevo-Mytischenskaya and the Mitino-Butovskaya Chordial lines. The former were to use the two halls as a transfer to the Line 3 whilst the latter would have a third perpendicular station. However the 1990s financial crises ended the Chordial projects and instead the Strogino-Mitino extension passed via "Park Pobedy" when opened in 2003 (2009). The second set of tracks will be used by the Solntsevsky Radius after that has been completed.

At 84 metres underground, "Park Pobedy" is the deepest station in Moscow and the third deepest in the world by mean depth, after Kiev Metro's "Arsenalna" (105.5 metres; opened on November 6, 1960) and Saint Petersburg Metro's "Admiralteyskaya" (86 metres; opened on December 28, 2011). It also contains the longest escalators in Europe, each one is 126.8 metres long and has 740 steps. The escalator ride to the surface takes approximately three minutes.

The two platforms work of architects Nikolay Shumakov and Natalya Shurygina are of identical design but have opposite colour schemes, which creates a striking effect. One hall has white pylons and brown track walls, and the other vice-versa. The station is adorned with two large enameled panels by Zurab Tsereteli depicting the Patriotic War of 1812 (at the eastern end of the southern hall) and the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 (at the western end of the northern hall). The floor of the southern hall is paved with grey and black granite, the floor of the northern hall - with grey and brown granite.

This is the only Moscow Metro station where all passengers board and exit trains in different locations. A further complication: only the southern (outbound) platform has an entrance vestibule, so passengers arriving at the inbound platform must change platforms before exiting. The two halls are connected by a small bridge in the centre. The eastern end of the northern hall is faced with grey and black marble. There are plans to build exit directly from the northern hall.

The preparation works for construction of the second vestibule of the station began in December 2011. In July 2012 there began construction of the foundation pit for construction of the second vestibule. In December 2012 there was started fencing of non-used side platforms at the station.

Triumphal Arch of Moscow was erected in 1829-1834 in order to commemorate Great Russian victory over Napoléon's Grande Armée:

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Victory Park was opened on May 9, 1995 to the 50th anniversary of the Great Soviet Victory in WWII:

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Victory Park and Moscow International Business Center:

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The eastern end of the northern hall:

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The enameled panel in the western end of the northern hall, which will be moved in the eastern end due to construction of the second exit:

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December 18, 2012. The construction of the second vestibule of Metro station "Park Pobedy":

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December 29, 2012. The preparations for construction of two tunnels between Metro stations "Delovoy Tsentr" and "Park Pobedy":

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Uffff... It already became a bit difficult to describe all actual projects of the development of Moscow Metro in details
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FURTHER DEVELOPMENT - 2014-2015:

According to my preliminary estimates, in 2014-2015 should be implemented (completely or partially) following plans:
1) The opening of Metro station "Spartak" on existing track (2014);
2) The southeastern extension of the Line 7 to Kotelniki town (2014);

3) The southwestern extension of the Line 1 in direction to the village of Salaryevo (2014);
4) The construction of the Solntsevsky Radius in direction to the Solntsevo and Novo-Peredelkino Districts (2015);
5) The first stage of the construction of Third Interchange Circuit (2015);
6) The northern extension of the Line 10 (2015).



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"SPARTAK"

"Spartak" (former name - "Volokolamskaya") is an unopened station on the Moscow Metro's Line 7 which is located under the Tushino Airport near the future Spartak Stadium, in the Pokrovskoye-Streshnevo District, North-Western Administrative Okrug. It was constructed in mid-1970s as part of the northern extension of the Krasnopresnensky Radius but never opened. Currently it's one of the three stations of the Moscow Metro which were left unfinished, though these stations are structurally completed. The two other stations are "Delovoy Tsentr" ("Business Center") of the Solntsevsky Radius and Third Interchange Contour, which were structurally built in 2004-2005 and also scheduled to be finished during next three years (2013-2015).

Moscow's 1960s expansion plans called for a construction of a municipal housing district on the old Tushino Airfield, and the station with planned name "Volokolamskaya" was to serve it. In 1967 it was firstly drawed on Moscow Metro map as perspective station under name "Aeropole" ("Airfield"). In 1970 and 1973 this station was drawn on Moscow Metro maps as "Volokolamskaya" due to location near Volokolamsk Highway, which lead in direction to ancient Volokolamsk town in Moscow Region. The northern extension of the Krasnopresnensky Radius of the Line 7 was finished on December 30, 1975 with opening of four new stations and Metro depot "Planernoye". However, the planned estate was never built and "Volokolamskaya" was left unfinished, though it is structurally complete. Attentive Metro travelers can spot the station out the window of the train between "Shchukinskaya" and "Tushinskaya" (both stations were opened on December 30, 1975), especially when a train is traveling in the opposite direction.

The author of original project of the station is Nina Alyoshina. This is a typical shallow (depth ~ 10 m) three-vaulted station of the column type (so-called "New Centipede" design) with staircases at opposite ends (the vestibules were never built). According to original project, this station should be decorated in grey and yellow colours, with blue mosaic along the track ways. Its columns were should be faced with brown granite with copper frescos in the form of the domes of Volokolamsk Kremlin at the top. This project became basis for the decoration of Metro station "50 Let SSSR" ("50 Years of USSR"), that now "Mirzo Ulugʻbek" ("Mirza Ulugh Beg"), which was opened on November 6, 1977 during the comissioning of first line of the Tashkent Metro in Uzbekistan.

Since mid-1990s, "Volokolamskaya" station became object of research of so-called "diggers". As result, Administration of Moscow Metro was forced to taken steps to improve security at this object. The plans for the station looked dim until recently, but since Tushino Field often holds large festivals and construction in Moscow has undergone a massive expansion in recent years, the station may enter service after all. Considering that the station is almost complete, it will only take a couple of months to bring it up to operating condition. It is illuminated by a few dim light bulbs and decorated only by signatures of the people who paid the empty carcass a visit. Even on the pathways there is no safety ditch under the tracks.

The real interes of city authorities to this station appeared as result of the plans for construction of Spartak Stadium on the site of Tushino Airfield. The decision about construction of stadium at this place was taken in February 2006. On March 22, 2010 the city government issued decree to rename this station into "Spartak" (the other station with name "Volokolamskaya" was opened on the Line 3 on December 26, 2009). The station is named due to location near Spartak Stadium, which currently is under construction.

FC Spartak Moscow is a Russian football club from Moscow. Having won 12 Soviet championships (second only to Dynamo Kyiv that has won 13 Soviet championships) and 9 of 20 Russian championships they are one of the country's most successful clubs. They have also won the Soviet Cup 10 times and the Russian Cup 3 times. "Spartak" have also reached the semi-finals of all three European club competitions. Historically the club was a part of the "Spartak" sports society, which was founded in 1921. Other teams in the society include ice hockey club HC Spartak Moscow. Currently, the club is not connected with "Spartak" sports society and is an independent privately owned organisation. They are nicknamed "Meat".

Spartak Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Moscow, the construction of which started in October 2010. Once completed in beginning of 2014, it will be used mostly for football matches and will host the home matches of FC Spartak Moscow. The stadium was designed with a capacity of 35.000 people but later this was changed to a 46.000 people. The main financing of the construction comes from the club's owner Leonid Fedun through affiliated companies LUKoil company and IFD Kapital. The stadium is to be constructed on the site of the Tushino Airport. The new stadium was included in the Russia's bid for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, possibly hosting the opening game, as the Luzhniki Stadium is to host the final. On September 29, 2012 it was included into final list of 12 stadiums which will host matches of 2018 FIFA World Cup. Also, Spartak Stadium will serve as the Moscow venue during hosting of the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup.

On March 14, 2012 city authorities declared about contest for preparation of the project of the planning of Metro station. In September 2012 were started geological researches near Metro station "Spartak". In the end of November 2012 began preparation of the construction site. Currently there are no any works at the underground part of the station. The opening of the station will be timed to the opening of Spartak Stadium. Originally it was scheduled to be opened in 2013. However, its opening was rescheduled on beginning of 2014 because passenger traffic at this station is expected to be extremely low before opening of Spartak Stadium. According to the new project, the station will be built with two vestibules and five exits: one - from northern vestibule and four - from southern vestibule. The northern vestibule will be ground-level, it will be linked with platform via escalators. It will be situated outside the territory of Spartak Stadium, near the projected driveway #5219. The southern vestibule will be underground, it will be linked with platform by stairs. It will be situated at the territory of Spartak Stadium and will have four exits to the stadium and at the both sides of projected driveway #5219. There are plans to build transfer node with car parking at the projected driveway #5219.

August 1974. The construction of Metro station "Volokolamskaya" (now "Spartak"):

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Tashkent Metro station "Mirzo Ulugʻbek" ("Mirza Ulugh Beg") which was decorated in accordance to the initial design for "Volokolamskaya" station:

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The actual project of Metro station "Spartak":

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March 27, 2010. Metro station "Spartak":

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December 20, 2012. The construction of Spartak Stadium:

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December 20, 2012. The construction of the indoor arena and southern vestibule of Metro station (inside the fence):

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The project of Spartak Stadium and indoor arena:

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"KOTELNIKI"

"Kotelniki" is a future southeastern terminal station of the Line 7 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located near the New Ryazan Highway and Marshal Poluboyarov Street, in the microdistrict "Experimental field" at the edge of the town of Kotelniki of Moscow Region. "Kotelniki" will be third Moscow Metro station which will located outside the city boundaries. The two other stations are "Myakinino" (opened on December 26, 2009 in the city of Krasnogorsk) and, with a certain degree of conditionality, "Novokosino" (opened on August 30, 2012 at the border between Moscow and town of Reutov).

The station is named after town in which it will be located. Kotelniki is a town of Moscow Region, located 22 kilometers southeast of the centre of Moscow. The settlement of Kotelniki was first mentioned in the 17th century and belonged to Golitsyns noblest princely houses in the 19th century. There was extraction of sand and stone in the vicinity of the settlement. In 1931 was commissioned factory for the production of silica brick near the sand pit. In 1938 Kotelniki was granted status of work settlement. In 1959 there was commissioned concrete products plant. On May 31, 1996 Kotelniki became municipality in the Lyuberetsky District of Moscow Region. It was granted town status on June 24, 2004. This town is separated from Lyuberetsky District since December 29, 2007. The population of the town of Kotelniki is 32.347 inhabitants (2010 Census).

The main reason for construction of Metro station in Kotelniki is the plan for construction of large transport hub in this area. This plan was appeared in the end of 2010. According to the plans, this transport hub (total area - 6 hectares) will include Metro station, bus stations, car parking and trade store. It will serve to the residents of neighboring towns of Moscow Region. In the beginning of March 2012 there began geological researches in Kotelniki. On May 4, 2012 the city government issued decree to construct Metro station "Kotelniki" till December 2013. This station is being built by "Bammetrostroy" construction company from Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk. In September 2012 at the General Kuznetsov Street near future Metro station "Zhulebino" was started preparation of the construction sites and pile-drilling works. In October 2012 began ground works in the microdistrict "Experimental field" at the edge of the town of Kotelniki as well as construction of the foundation pit at the General Kuznetsov Street for mounting of TBM. In December 2012 began construction of the foundation pit of Metro station "Kotelniki". In January 2013 there began mounting of TBM "Herrenknecht S-736" in the foundation pit at the General Kuznetsov Street. This TBM will be used for construction of two tunnels (0.9 km long) from "Zhulebino" in direction to "Kotelniki" station.

"Koteliniki" will be shallow two-vaulted station of the column type. The detailed project of the station is not ready yet. Originally it was scheduled to be opened in the end of 2013, during commissioning of the 6-km long segment from "Vykhino" and "Kotelniki", simultaneously with the opening of Metro stations "Lermontovsky Prospekt" and "Zhulebino". However, there appeared some difficulties with resettlement of the residents of some low-rise houses in the microdistrict "Experimental field". As result, the opening of Metro station in Kotelniki can be postponed on one year.


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July 4, 2011. The future construction site of Metro station "Kotelniki":

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January 5, 2013. The construction of Metro station "Kotelniki":

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THE SOUTH-WESTERN EXTENSION OF THE LINE 1

In the late-1990s Moscow's Urban Rapid-Transit planning body - "Metrogiprotrans" proposed a set of Light Metro lines to the districts located beyond Moscow Automobile Ring Road (MKAD). Thus in 2001-2003 the Butovskaya Light Metro Line was built and opened. Although the novelty of the idea was initially welcomed soon the designs drawbacks became all the more apparent, and one by one other Light Metro projects: Kosino, and Zhulebino were cancelled in favour of a conventional one station extension beyond MKAD. The Solntsevo Light Metro Line however, was to be the second Light Metro to be launched after the Butovskaya Light Metro Line, continued to be drawn on most Moscow Metro maps. The light Metro line was to begin at the existing terminus of the Line 1, "Yugo-Zapadnaya" ("South-Western"), where an underground station transfer would be organised. It would then turn northwest until reaching the Michurin Avenue and then follow it into highly populated Solntsevo District in total containing seven stations: "Nikulinskaya", "Olimpiyskaya Derevnya" ("Olympic Village"), "Vostryakovo", "Tereshkovo", "Solntsevo", "Borovskoye Shosse" ("Borovsk Highway") and "Novoperedelkino", with a planned extension to Vnukovo International Airport afterwards. Initially it was planned for construction to begin in 2004, but the rising problems of the Butovskaya Light Metro Line made Moscow planners rethink the idea, and in 2005 the plan was remodelled and two stations "Nikulinskaya" and "Vostryakovo" were removed from the project, but the start of construction was continuously put off 2009 in 2006, 2012 in 2007 and in 2008 the project was cancelled altogether.

By the mid-2000s Moscow Metro was faced with two realities, the first was that financial situation has drastically improved, many of the long standing projects could now be completed. The second one was the drastic rise in passenger traffic, meant that the existing radii (where most of the congestion takes place) would already be filled to the brink, and adding Solntsevo's passengers to the Line 1 would not be wise, as its central facilities are the oldest in the system and might not handle the additional load. In 2008 Moscow Metro published a new revised general plan which effectively returned most of the 1980s chordial projects. The new Solnstevskaya Line would begin at "Park Pobedy" ("Victory Park"), which was initially envisioned as a future transfer between the Mitinsko-Biryulyovskaya and the same Solntsevsko-Mytishcinskaya chords, and then continue south with four stations: "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" ("Lomonosov Avenue"), "Ramenki", "Michurinsky Prospekt" ("Michurin Avenue") and "Ochakovo". Afterwards it is likely to have two or three stations in Solntsevo District itself.

In September 2012, instead of the former plans for construction of Solntsevo Light Metro Line from existing terminus of the Line 1 or south-western extension of the Line 1 to the Solntsevo District, city authorities decided to extend Line 1 to the southwest in direction to the low-populated village of Salaryevo. It was finally decided that adding of Solntsevo's passengers to the Line 1 would not be wise, as oldest Moscow Metro line might not handle the additional passenger traffic. According to the new plans, in 2014 Line 1 will be extended to the southwest with two new stations - "Troparyovo" and "Rumyantsevo". This extension should to solve problem with overcrowding of the "Yugo-Zapadnaya" station, the southwestern terminus of this line. It's planned that as result of the extension, the passenger traffic will be redistributed at the southern radius of the Line 1. Some later, in the village of Salaryevo will be opened eponymous Metro station and Metro depot.

"TROPARYOVO"

"Troparyovo" is a future station on the Line 1 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located near the intersection of the Lenin Avenue and Vernadsky Avenue in the Troparyovo-Nikulino District, Western Administrative Okrug.

The station is named after district in which it will be located. The first reference to settlement of Troparyovo dates from 1491. The name of this settlement is supposedly derived from nickname of its former owner, noble priest Ivan "Tropar" (tropar is the Russian word for troparion), who lived in the end of 14th century and became founder of the Troparyovs noble family. Troparyovo belonged to the New Maidens' Convent in 17th-18th centuries. In 1693-1703 there was built Archangel Michael Church. This church was erected in the architectural style of Naryshkin Baroque (also called Moscow Baroque) at the expense of the New Maidens' Convent. In 18th century, as result of the secularization of the church estates, Troparyovo was taken over by the Board of Savings. In 1812 this settlement was seriously damaged during retreat of Napoléon's Grande Armée from Moscow. In 1921 under Troparyvo arose Tolstoyan agricultural commune "Life and Labour". In 1929 in Troparyovo was established collective farm named after Kliment Voroshilov, and Tolstoyan agricultural commune was liquidated. In same year the settlement was included into Kuntsevsky District of Moscow Region. In 1938 near Troparyovo was built road to Vnukovo Airport (now Kiev Highway). By 1960, Troparyvo has been large settlement with few streets. On August 17, 1960 this settlement was included into boundaries of Moscow. The residential area Troparyovo was part of the Leninsky District in 1960-1969 and Gagarinsky District in 1969-1991. In 1966 there began mass construction of living houses with demolition of the former settlements. The last farm houses were demolished in 1981. On September 12, 1991 was established municipal okrug Troparyovo of the Western Administrative Okrug. On September 28, 1993 it was merged with neighboring municipal okrug of Nikulino into Troparyovo-Nikulino municipal okrug. On July 5, 1995 Troparyovo-Nikulino granted status of the district of Moscow.

For first time, Metro station in Troparyovo appeared in the General Plan of Moscow of 1971 - there existed plans to extend the Line 1 to the Southern Railway Terminal, which should to be built in this area. The project name of this station was "Park imeni XXII Partsezda" ("Park named after 22th Congress of the Party") due to location near eponymous natural park (now Troparyovo Park). However, Southern Railway Terminal was never built. The station remained in the projects before 2011. In 2011, after appointment of new Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin, "Troparyovo" was included into State Program of Development of the Transport System of Moscow for 2012-2016. In the beginning of 2012, city government decided to accelerate construction of this station.

In April 2011 were started geological researches in this area. In December 2011 at Vernandsky Avenue was started preparation of the site for construction of the tunnels between Metro stations "Yugo-Zapadnaya" ("South-Western") and "Troparyovo". The distance between these stations is 2.1 km. In February 2012 were started preparation works at the construction site of Metro station "Troparyovo". In May 2012 began construction of the foundation pit of the future station. In July began mounting of TBM. On October 22, 2012 began construction of the left tunnel from "Yugo-Zapadnaya" in direction to "Troparyovo" with using of TBM "Svetlana" ("Herrenknecht S-318"). By January 15, 2013, there were dug 402 of 1380 metres. The station is scheduled to be opened on August 1, 2014.

"Troparyovo" will be shallow single-vaulted station (depth - 12 m). The height of vault will be 6 metres. The decoration of station will remind about surrounding territory of the Troparyovo natural park (forest) with area of 519 hectares. There will be two underground vestibule with underpasses under Lenin Avenue. The south-western vestibule will be built near the residential microdistrict at the Lenin Avenue. The north-eastern vestibule will be built near the Ruza Street and Troparyovo Park.

October 22, 2012. The beginning of the construction of the left tunnel from "Yugo-Zapadnaya" in direction to "Troparyovo":



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"RUMYANTSEVO"

"Rumyantsevo" is a future southwestern terminal station of the Line 1 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located in the village of Rumyantsevo near the Kiev Highway, in the Moskovsky Settlement, Novomoskovsky Administrative Okrug. "Rumyantsevo" will be located outside the Moscow Automobile Ring Road (MKAD), near the village of Salaryevo. It will be first Metro station which will be built at the territory of so-called "New Moscow" - the large territory, which was included into city boundaries on July 1, 2012. As result, total area of Moscow was increased about in 2.4 times.

The station is named after village of Rumyantsevo in which it will be located. The name of village is supposedly derived from the personal name of Rumyanets. The village of Rumyantsevo is situated near Kiev Highway, 6 kilometers northeast of the center of Moskovsky town in the Moskovsky Settlement of Moscow. The village of Rumyantsevo borders with Solntsevo District in the north and west, village of Dudkino in the east, and with village of Salaryevo in the south. Prior to July 1, 2012, Rumyantsevo was part of the Leninsky District in Moscow Region. The population of village was 292 inhabitants in 2002 (148 men and 144 women) and 298 inhabitants in 2005. The major part of Leninsky District was merged into the federal city of Moscow on July 1, 2012.

For first time, this Metro station was mentioned in the General Plan of Moscow of 1971 under name "Kievskoye Shosse" ("Kiev Highway"). There were plans to extend the Line 1 to the Southern Railway Terminal, which should to be built in this area. Also, there were plans to build Metro depot beyond this station, because these two Metro depots that currently serves Line 1 ("Severnoye" №1 and "Cherkizovo" №13) located at the northeastern part of this line. However, Southern Railway Terminal was never built, and this Metro station became unnecessary. In 1980s existed plans to build it as Metro station of the one of chordial lines, but it was rejected.

In 2011, after enlargement of the city boundaries, the plans to build Metro station in Rumyantsevo were revived. Due to its geographic location near Moscow Automobile Ring Road and Kiev Highway, "Rumyantsevo" should to become key station for serving of the residents of "New Moscow". There will be built large transport hub in this area. In the beginning of 2012, city government decided to build Metro stations "Troparyovo" and "Rumyantsevo" and to open both stations in 2014. The distance between these stations is 3.1 km. The exits from Metro station "Rumyantsevo" are planned to be integrated into planned multifunctional business complex "Telecom City". Currently the detailed project of this station is not ready yet. In January 2013 there began first preliminary works at the site of future station.

The future multifunctional business complex "Telecom City" (planned area - 450 square metres):

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January 6, 2013. The construction of Metro station "Rumyantsevo" near eponymous business center:

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The view from future northern vestibule in direction to the "New Moscow" (former Moscow Region):

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The view from future southern vestibule in direction to the Moscow Automobile Ring Road (MKAD):

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THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SOLNTSEVSKY RADIUS

Simultaneously with extension of the Line 1 to the southwest, in Moscow will be continued construction of the Solntsevsky Radius (the planned radius of the future Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line 8). The first segment of this radius between Metro stations "Delovoy Tsentr" ("Business Center") and "Park Pobedy" ("Victory Park") is scheduled to be opened in the end of 2013. After that, Solntsevsky Radius will be extended to the southwest in direction to the highly populated Solntsevo and Novo-Peredelkino Districts. The segment between Metro stations "Park Pobedy" and "Ramenki" with intermediate station "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" is scheduled to be opened in 2015. The length of this segment is 7.1 km, including 1.5 km between "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" and "Ramenki" stations. According to existing standards of safety of passengers, there will be built emergency exit from the long tunnel "Park Pobedy"-"Lomonosovsky Prospekt".

There are plans to install platform screen doors at the stations of the Solntsevsky Radius.

"LOMONOSOVSKY PROSPEKT"

"Lomonosovsky Prospekt" ("Lomonosov Avenue") is a future station of the planned Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line 8 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located near Indira Gandhi Square at the intersection of the Lomonosov Avenue and Michurin Avenue, in the Ramenki District, Western Administrative Okrug.

The station is named after the Lomonosov Avenue, which located nearby. This avenue was formed as result of urban planning of the south-western part of Moscow in late-1940s. On January 13, 1947 Council of Ministers of the USSR issued decree about construction of the eight skyscrapers in order to commemorate 800th anniversary of Moscow (one of which was never built). This plan included construction of the gigantic main building and other corps of the Lomonosov Moscow State University in the south-western part of Moscow simultaneously with general development of the adjacent territory. Lomonosov Avenue was built as transport magistral that limits the territory of Lomonosov Moscow State University from southwest. The oldest part of this avenue (between present-day Vavilov Street and Vernadsky Avenue) was built up in 1955-1957. On September 6, 1954 at this part was opened tramline, on July 27, 1957 - trolleybus route; on January 12, 1959 - Metro station "Universitet" ("University"; Line 1). In 1961 the avenue was extended to Mosfilm Street and was linked with Minsk Street.

Lomonosov Avenue got its current name on March 30, 1956 in the honour of the great Russian scientist Mikhail Lomonosov (1711-1765), who is considered "the founder of the Russian science". The son of prosperous peasant fisherman from the far north of Russia, Mikhail Lomonosov was a Russian polymath, scientist and writer, who made important contributions to literature, education, and science. Among his 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 and influenced the formation of the modern Russian literary language. He was proud to restore the ancient art of mosaics. In 1763, he set up a glass factory that produced the first stained glass mosaics outside of Italy. Eager to improve Russia’s educational system, in 1755, Lomonosov joined his patron Count Ivan Shuvalov (1727-1797) in founding the Moscow State University. MSU, the oldest and largest university in Russia, was established on January 25, 1755. It was renamed in honor of its founder, Mikhail Lomonosov, on May 7, 1940. Lomonosov Moscow State University also claims to have the tallest educational building in the world (erected in 1949-1953 under leadership of great Russian architect Lev Rudnev). The Lomonosov Gold Medal was established in 1959 and is awarded annually by the Russian Academy of Sciences to a Russian and a foreign scientist.

The first project for construction of Metro station in this area (near the end of Lomonosov Avenue) appeared in 1962. There were plans to build Kievsky Radius of the Line 4 from Metro station "Kievskaya" ("Kiev"; opened on April 5, 1953) to the settlement of Ochakovo - this project became basis for current project of the Solntsevsky Radius. In 1980s were plans to build Metro station at this place during construction of the planned Solntsevo-Mytishchinskaya chordial line. In early-2000s it was decided to refuse from construction of this station in the favour of planned direct route between "Park Pobedy" and "Ramenki". However, this planned route was also changed. In accordance with former plans, this station was planned to be built under name "Minskaya" ("Minsk") at the intersection of the Mosfilm Street and Minsk Street, near the end of Lomonosov Avenue. In May 2009 there were started geological researches in this area. In the end of 2011, it was decided to start construction of Metro station at the intersection of the Lomonosov Avenue and Michurin Avenue, and to rename it to "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" ("Lomonosov Avenue"). In December 2011 was started removal of communication utilities from the territory of construction. In April 2012 there were started preliminary works at the construction site of the station. In September 2012 there began pile-drilling works. In November 2012 were started works at the site for construction of the tunnels in direction to Metro station "Park Pobedy". The construction of the tunnels will begin this year with using of TBM "Herrenknecht S-747". In December 2012 was started construction of the foundation pit of future Metro station. According to the resolution of the city government on May 4, 2012, "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" should to be opened in 2017. But later it was decided to accelerate construction. This station is scheduled to be opened in 2015.

"Lomonosovsky Prospekt" will be shallow two-vaulted station of the column type. The column spacing will be 6 metres. The platform of station will be situated along the Michurin Avenue, perpendicular to the Lomonosov Avenue. There will be built two underground vestibules under the Michurin Avenue. The four exits from southern vestibule will be built at the both sides of Lomonosov Avenue. The one of four southern entrances will be built at the Indira Gandhi Square, the another - at the garden square near Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Moscow that is the largest foreign diplomatic compound in the world. Two exits from northern vestibule will be built near the Research Institute of Mechanics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University.


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January 3, 2013. The construction of Metro station "Lomonosovsky Prospekt":

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"RAMENKI"

"Ramenki" is a future western terminal station of the planned Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line 8 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located at the intersection of the Michurin Avenue and Vinnytsia Street, in the Ramenki District, Western Administrative Okrug.

The station is named after district in which it will be located. There are situated Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia's largest university), film studio "Mosfilm" (oldest and largest film studio in Russia and one of the largest in Europe) and 16 embassies of foreign states in the Ramenki District. In the ancient times there were many settlements and cottages at the territory of present-day districts, it was popular place for leisure. The one of such settlements was village of Ramenki which known since 1389. The name of this village is derived from word "ramen" or "ramenye", that means "dense coniferous forest". In 1902 in Ramenki lived 442 inhabitants, mostly peasants. After October Revolution of 1917, there were established collective farms in this settlement. Later Ramenki was included into Kuntsevsky District of Moscow Region. In 1956 Ramenki was granted status of work settlement. On March 14, 1958 it was included into city boundaries. Since 1960 there began mass construction of the living houses at the place of the former settlement. On September 12, 1991 was established municipal okrug Ramenki of the Western Administrative Okrug. On July 5, 1995 Ramenki granted status of the district of Moscow. In July 16, 1997 Mosfilmovsky District was incorporated into Ramenki District. On December 4, 2002 territory of Moscow State University was also incorporated into Ramenki District.

The projecting of this station is going since 1965. There were plans to build Kievsky Radius of the Line 4 from Metro station "Kievskaya" ("Kiev"; opened on April 5, 1953) to the settlement of Ochakovo - this project became basis for current project of the Solntsevsky Radius. But even in 1938 there existed plans to built one of stations of the existing Frunzensky Radius of the Line 1 approximately at this place. In December 2011 was started removal of communication utilities from the territory of construction. In October 2012 began preparation works at the territory of construction. According to the resolution of the city government on May 4, 2012, "Ramenki" should to be opened in 2017. But later it was decided to accelerate construction. This station is scheduled to be opened in 2015.

"Ramenki" will be shallow two-vaulted station of the column type. The column spacing will be 6 metres. The platform of station will be situated along the Michurin Avenue. Its columns will be decorated in green color - it should remind about former forest which gave name for Ramenki District. There are planned to build two underground vestibules under the Michurin Avenue with four exits to the both sides of avenue.


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THIRD INTERCHANGE CONTOUR

In 2015 city authorities plans to open first (northwestern) segment of the Third Interchange Contour with six new stations (length - 12.21 km). According to original plans, all new stations of the Third Interchange Contour should to be built at deep depth. But later, in order to accelerate pace of construction, it was decided that only one of six stations will be deep-level.

The Third Interchange Contour (officially "the third set of junctions", also known as "the second ring line" or Khodynskaya Line) is a proposed rapid transit line of Moscow Metro. It is planned to be the bigger ring line running outside of the existing Ring Line 5. It will be third interchange contour of Moscow Metro, after the set of transfer stations in the central part of Moscow (so-called "first interchange contour") and existing Ring Line 5 (so-called "second interchange contour"). The stations of the Third Interchange Contour will be situated on the distance 10 metres and closer from existing Ring Line.

The project of the Third Interchange Contour became development of the idea of the construction of the chordial lines that appeared in 1984. It was planned to built four chordial lines, the segments of intersections of these lines would be form the Third Interchange Contour. This project was revived in 2005 when was structurally built complex of three stations at the International Business Center, and was continued construction of the residential area "Grand Park" near the Khodynka Field. At same time, construction of the Solntsevskaya chordial line (the first of planned chordial lines) was delayed, and it was decided to build Third Interchange Contour as separate Metro line. The planning of this project continued till 2010. In the end of 2009, it was declared that first stage of construction of Third Interchange Contour between future Metro stations "Delovoy Tsentr" and "Nizhnyaya Maslovka" will be completed in 2015.



On February 12, 2011 it was decided to waive from construction of Metro stations "Presnya", "Shelepikha" and "Mnyovniki" due to its location in industrial zone. In June 2011 were presented projects of the future stations. In October-November 2011 were started works at the future station "Khodynskoye Pole" ("Khodynka Field"). From Khodynka Field, will be built two tunnels (length - 6.5 km) to the station "Nizhnyaya Maslovka" as well as two tunnels (length - 3.8 km) to the "Delovoy Tsentr".

By December 2015, the following stations are planned to be opened:
1) "Delovoy Tsentr" (transfers to "Vystavochnaya" on the Line 4 and "Delovoy Tsentr" on the Solntsevsky Radius);
2) "Shelepikha";
3) "Khoroshyovskaya" (transfer to "Polezhayevskaya" on the Line 7);
4) "Khodynskoye Pole";
5) "Petrovsky Park" (transfer to "Dynamo" on the Line 2);
6) "Nizhnyaya Maslovka" (transfer to "Savyolovskaya" on the Line 9).

Third Interchange Contour planned to be built as automated line. All column (or pylon) stations of this segment will be built in one style. There will be installed automated platform screen doors. The only difference will be in the color spectrum. The columns or pylons of the transfer stations will be have color of the transfer lines at the official schemes for better orientation of passengers in the trains.

According to initial plans, there should to be built Metro depot "Khoroshyovo" near Khoroshyovo Highway. However, due to problems with owner of land properties, it was decided to refuse from its construction and to use existing Metro depot "Fili" №9 (which was comissioned on January 1, 1962) for serving of Third Interchange Contour.

The actual route of the first segment of the Third Interchange Contour:

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"DELOVOY TSENTR"

"Delovoy Tsentr" ("Business Center") is a future station of the Third Interchange Contour of the Moscow Metro. It's situated near International Business Center, in the Presnensky District, Central Administrative Okrug. It will be have transfers to Metro station "Vystavochnaya" on the Line 4 ("Exhibition"; opened on September 10, 2005) and eponymous Metro station "Delovoy Tsentr" of the planned Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line (scheduled to be opened in 2013).

The station is named for the Moscow International Business Center, which located nearby. Moscow International Business Center, also referred to as Moscow-City is a commercial district in central Moscow. Located near the Third Ring Road in Presnensky District of western Moscow, the Moscow-City area is currently under development. The Moscow IBC is expected to become the first zone in Russia to combine business activity, living space and entertainment in one single development. The Moscow government first conceived the project in 1992. An estimated 250.000–300.000 people will be working, living, or visiting the complex at any given time. In order to manage the project a public company CITY was created in 1992 which is responsible for overseeing the initial creation and development of Moscow City as well as its subsequent exploitation. CITY is also a general contractor and both landlord and lessor. Overall responsibility for the architectural planning and design of Moscow-City belongs to the architectural studio No. 6, which is a part of the large Moscow practice "Mosproject-2" named after Mikhail Posokhin. This group, headed by Gennady Sirota, who is officially the Chief Architect of Moscow-City, is in charge of overseeing the design of the complex as a whole and agreeing the details of individual projects. Each and every building lot has its own investor and architect. The construction of the Moscow IBC is taking place on the Presnenskaya Embankment of the Moscow River approximately 4 kilometres west of Red Square, and just east of the Third Ring Road. The project occupies an area of 60 hectares, the territory chosen being the only area in central Moscow that can accommodate such a project. Before construction began, the area represented an old stone quarry where most of the buildings were old factories and industrial complexes that had been closed or abandoned. The total cost of the project is estimated at $12 billion.

The City of Capitals complex, symbolizing Moscow and St. Petersburg, is located on plot 9. The tower Moscow (heigth - 301.6 m) has become the first super-tall skyscraper in Europe. Mercury City Tower is a 75-storey skyscraper currently under construction in Moscow. The building topped-out at 339 metres on November 1, 2012, overtaking London's The Shard as Europe's tallest building. Upon completion, Federation Tower will be the tallest building in Europe, at the height of 506 metres.

"Delovoy Tsentr" will be part of transfer complex consisting of three Metro stations. Structurally, all three stations were built in 2004-2005. On September 10, 2005 there was opened Metro station of the Line 4, which also had name "Delovoy Tsentr" ("Business Centre") before June 1, 2009. On June 3, 2008 the city government issued decree to rename this station into "Vystavochnaya" ("Exhibition", due to location near Moscow Expo Center) in order to use name of "Delovoy Tsentr" for two future transfer stations. A transition period of one year has been granted to effect the change in names. "Vystavochnaya" will only be the first station in a future three station transfer complex involving a transfer between the Third Interchange Contour and the Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya (currently Kalininskaya) Line 8. Both of the new stations are actually completed, but presently are unopened. The station "Delovoy Tsentr" of the planned Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line is scheduled to be opened in the end of 2013, and eponymous station of the Third Interchange Contour is scheduled to be opened in the end of 2015.

The architects of the station are Alexander Vigdorov, Leonid Borzenkov and Olga Farstova. "Delovoy Tsentr" is a shallow three-vaulted station of column type (depth - 22.5 metres). The station is built on two levels, with the platform on the lower level. The upper level consists of two walkways which span the length of the platform.


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