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Old April 2nd, 2013, 10:07 PM   #2881
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"SEVERNY VOKZAL"

"Severny Vokzal" or "Tönyaq vokzalı" ("Northern Rail Terminal") is a future station on the Tsentralnaya Line 1 of the Kazan Metro. It will be located at the intersection of the Decembrists Street and Vorovsky Street, in the Moskovsky District. The station will be served residents of the nearest residential areas and passengers of the transit Northern Rail-and-Bus Terminal Kazan-2.

Initially this Metro station was supposed to be named "Moskovskaya" ("Moscow") in the honour of the Moskovsky District in which it will be located. Moskovsky District is an one of the seven districts of Kazan. It borders with Waxitovsky District in the south (by Kazanka River), Kirovsky District in the west, Aviastroitelny District in the northeast, and with Novo-Savinovsky District in the east. The northern part of Moskovsky District with territories of the Zhilploshchadka microdistrict and OJSC "Kazanorgsintez" chemical company is looks like appendix. The history of the present-day Moskovsky District began with forming of the two ancient settlements - Goat Settlement and Cyzicus Settlement. Goat Settlement appeared in 17th century at the place of former village that located beyond Kazanka River at the road that led in direction to the Monastery of Holy Martyrs of Cyzicus (founded in 1691). In 1934 there was established Leninsky District. On April 5, 1973 the western part of Leninsky District was incorporated into newly-formed Moskovsky District. Currently Moskovsky District is a centre of the chemical industry of Kazan. There are located such large chemical enterprises as OJSC "Kazanorgsintez", OJSC "Tatkhimfarmpreparaty", OJSC "Tasma-Holding" and Kazan CHP-3 (thermoelectric plant). The area of Moskovsky District is 38.81 square kilometres, its population is 130.293 inhabitants (2009).

However, after beginning of construction, there appeared a lot of proposal to rename future station. According to results of Internet voting at the official website of the Mayority of Kazan in April-May 2012, the most popular name was "Severny Vokzal" ("Northern Rail Terminal", 3537 votes, 51%) while name of "Moskovskaya" was at second place (2930 votes, 42%). On September 24, 2012 the future Metro station was officially named "Severny Vokzal" in the honour of the Northern Rail-and-Bus Terminal Kazan-2 which located nearby. "Vosstaniye-Passazhirskaya" (Transport Interchange Node Kazan-2) is a railway complex of the Gorky Railway that located at the northern part of Kazan. It's located at the Northern Intracity Railway which bypass Kazan's Central Rail Terminal ("Kazan-Passazhirskaya", opened in 1896). Unofficially, it's known as "Northern Rail Terminal", "Transit Rail Terminal" and "New Rail Terminal". There are plans for construction of Bus station and Metro station near this rail terminal.

The construction of new rail terminal in Kazan had been planned by Soviet authorities in 1941. However, it was postponed due to outbreak of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. In early 1970s, Moscow Research Institute "Mosgiprotrans" drafted project of new terminal. It was supposed to be built in the Brutalist style and to be similar to the building of Boston City Hall that was built in 1968. The construction of the massive building of new railway terminal at the Vorovsky Street was started in 1974. According to the plans, the height of building was supposed to be 12 metres, the total area of waiting rooms - 1450 square metres, the total area of vestibule - 700 square metres, the area of nearest square with parking for more than 200 cars - 4800 square metres. By 1976, the building was structurally completed. However, that year was ceased funding of this construction. This building remained uncompleted for more than 30 years. In late 1980s there was built overpass above the Decembrists Street. In 1990s there were built railway platform with underpass and ticket offices. The uncompleted station became to serve few suburban trains. In early 2000s, these ticket offices were closed and eliminated due to lack of necessary passenger traffic. In 2007 Management of Gorky Railway declared that Soviet project does not meet modern demands. They decided to demolish uncompleted building and to build small pavilion at this place. According to the General Plan for City Development of 2010, the new rail terminal was supposed to be built in order to decrease intensive railway traffic in the city centre. The old building was dismantled since November 2010 till April 2011. In April 2011 there was started construction of the new terminal. On May 27, 2012 the new one-storey terminal was commissioned for passenger operation. The official opening was held on August 5, 2012 with participation of the President of the state-run "Russian Railways" company Vladimir Yakunin and President of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov.

The preparation works at the construction site of Metro station were started in April 2009. On December 27, 2009 was started construction of the 1.32-km long right tunnel between Metro stations "Aviastroitelnaya" and "Severny Vokzal" with using of TBM "Altınçäç" ("Wirth-NFM") - it was finished on July 25, 2010. In February 2010 there began construction of the foundation pit of the future station. On October 27, 2010 was started construction of the 1.35-km long right tunnel between Metro stations "Severny Vokzal" and "Yäşlek" with using of TBM "Altınçäç" ("Wirth-NFM") - it was finished in July 2011; and construction of the 1.32-km long left tunnel between Metro stations "Aviastroitelnaya" and "Severny Vokzal" with using of TBM "Haysılu" ("Wirth-NFM") - it was finished on August 18, 2011. On December 29, 2011 was started construction of the 1.35-km long left tunnel between Metro stations "Severny Vokzal" and "Yäşlek" with using of TBM "Söyembikä" ("Lovat") - it was finished on July 18, 2012.

The architect of the station is Azat Mustafin. "Severny Vokzal" will be shallow two-vaulted station of the column type (depth - 10 metres). Despite of the changing of name, the design of station will be match former project name. The decoration of station will be dedicated to the Moscow Kremlin and city of Moscow. The decorative elements of the station will be associated with elements of Kazan Rail Terminal in Moscow. The light fixtures will be installed in the suspended ceiling. The height of vault will be 6 metres. There will be one row of 17 columns along the central axis of station (column space - 6 metres). The track walls will be faced with red marble, the columns - with ceramic materials and metal edging. The floor will be paved with light, dark-red and black polished granite arranged in a special pattern. Along the central axis of platform will be located six 8-seat benches without backs. At the track walls will be located massive light letters with names of the station. There will be built two underground vestibules. In contrast to underground platform, the columns of vestibules will be have red color and walls - white. The floor of the vestibules will be paved with light and red polished granite arranged in a special pattern. In the vestibules, above the stairways, will be placed photo panels with day view of Moscow and night view of Moscow Kremlin. The northern underground vestibule will be located near the Northern Rail Terminal Kazan-2. It will be linked with underpass under the Decembrists Street with two exits to the both sides of street and two exits to tram stop. The southern underground vestibule will be have exit to the Decembrists Street in direction to the Gagarin Street.

The station "Severny Vokzal" ("Northern Rail Terminal"):

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August 5, 2010. The old uncompleted building of the Northern Rail Terminal before its demolition:

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August 5, 2012. The official opening of new terminal after reconstruction:

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The project of Metro station "Moskovskaya" ("Moscow"), now "Severny Vokzal" ("Northern Rail Terminal"):

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"AVIASTROITELNAYA"

"Aviastroitelnaya" or "Aviatözeleş" ("Aircraft manufacturing") is a future northern terminal station on the Tsentralnaya Line 1 of the Kazan Metro. It will be located between the intersections of the Kopylov Street with the Pobezhimov Street and Belinsky Street, in the Aviastroitelny District. The station will be served residents of the nearest residential areas.

The station is named in the honour of the Aviastroitelny District in which it will be located. The other project name was "Zavodskaya" ("Plant"), there were also proposals to rename it into "Sotsgorod" ("Social town"). According to results of Internet voting at the official website of the Mayority of Kazan in April-May 2012, the most popular name was "Aviastroitelnaya" (2792 votes, 51%) while name of "Sotsgorod" was at second place (1732 votes, 32%). On September 24, 2012 the name of "Aviastroitelnaya" was officially approved.

Aviastroitelny District is an one of the seven districts of Kazan. In 1934 in Kazan was established Leninsky District. On December 5, 1994 the northern part of Leninsky District was incorporated into newly-formed Aviastroitelny District. This district includes largest microdistricts with multi-storey buildings (such as Karavayevo, Sotsgorod, etc) as well as 10 settlements with private buildings. There located trolleybus depot №1 (commissioned in 1948) which carries major part of the trolleybus routes in the city. Before October 31, 2011, in the Aviastroitelny District was located tram depot №2, former №3 (commissioned in 1971). The area of Aviastroitelny District is 38.91 square kilometres, its population is 110.624 inhabitants (2009). There are located 12 industrial enterprises, the three of which gave name to the Aviastroitelny District:

1) Kazan Aircraft Production Association (KAPO) named after Sergey Gorbunov is an aircraft manufacturer. The company was established in Moscow on May 14, 1927 as the Moscow Aviation Plant No. 22. In 1933 it was named in the honour of Sergey Gorbunov (1902-1933) who was director of this plant (1931-1933) prior to own death in the air crash on September 5, 1933. There were produced Tupolev ANT-3 reconnaissance aircrafts, Tupolev TB-1 (ANT-4) heavy bombers, Tupolev I-4 (ANT-5) fighters, Tupolev TB-3 (ANT-6) heavy bombers, etc. At same time, in 1932 in Kazan was established aviation plant. In 1934 it got name the Plant No. 124 named after Sergo Ordzhonikidze. It produced Tupolev ANT-20 "Maxim Gorky" eight-engine aircraft (the largest aircraft of the 1930s) and Petlyakov Pe-8 heavy bombers (that were used for the first Soviet air strikes on Berlin in August 1941). In October-November 1941, after the outbreak of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, the Moscow Aviation Plant No. 22 named after Sergey Gorbunov was evacuated in Kazan to the territory of the Plant No. 124 named after Sergo Ordzhonikidze. In December 1941, the joint enterprise was named Kazan Aviation Plant No. 22 named after Sergey Gorbunov. During the Great Patriotic War, it produced more than 10000 Petlyakov Pe-2 dive bomber aircrafts. It was regarded as one of the best ground attack aircraft of the war and it was extremely successful in the roles of heavy fighter, reconnaissance and night fighter. It was one of the most important aircraft of WWII, being in many respects similar to the British "de Havilland Mosquito". 11400 Pe-2s were manufactured during the war, greater numbers than any other twin-engined combat aircraft. (Second in production numbers was the American Lockheed P-38 Lightning, 10037 were built). After the Soviet Victory in WWII, the output of production greatly decreased. In post-war years, Kazan Aviation Plant No. 22 named after Sergey Gorbunov produced 655 Tupolev Tu-4 piston-engined strategic bombers, 799 Tupolev Tu-16 twin-engine jet bombers, 289 Ilyushin Il-62 long-range jet airliners and 497 Tupolev Tu-22M supersonic long-range strategic and maritime strike bombers. In 1978 the plant was renamed into Kazan Aircraft Production Association (KAPO) named after Sergey Gorbunov. It has built more than 20000 aircrafts of 34 types during its history. KAPO currently produces Tu-214 passenger planes and Tu-160 strategic bombers. Although several civil and military transport aircraft are larger in overall dimensions, the Tu-160 is currently the world's largest combat aircraft, largest supersonic aircraft, and largest variable-sweep aircraft built. In addition, the Tu-160 has the heaviest takeoff weight of any combat aircraft. There are also plans to start producing Tu-334 regional airliners and Tu-330 freighters. After KAPO has upgraded the current Russian bomber fleet it will start production of a "new-generation strategic bomber", the PAK DA.

2) OJSC "Kazan Helicopters" is a Russian helicopter manufacturing company based at Kazan. It is one of the largest helicopter manufacturers in the world. It was established in 1933 as woodworking company and later was named the Plant No. 387. In 1941, after outbreak of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, it started production of the Polikarpov Po-2 (known as U-2 prior to Nikolay Polikarpov's death in 1944) general-purpose biplanes. The reliable, uncomplicated as well as a low-cost ground attack, aerial reconnaissance, psychological warfare and liaison aircraft during war, proving to be one of the most versatile light combat types to be built in USSR. The enemy soon became aware of the threat posed by the U-2, and Luftwaffe pilots were given special instructions for engaging these aircraft, which they disparagingly nicknamed "Russian plywood". The material effects of these missions may be regarded as insignificant, but the psychological effect on German troops was much more noticeable. They typically attacked by complete surprise in the dead of night, denying German troops sleep and keeping them constantly on their guard, contributing yet further to the already exceptionally high stress of combat on the Eastern Front. Their usual tactics involved flying only a few meters above the ground, rising for the final approach, cutting off the engine and making a gliding bombing run, leaving the targeted troops with only the eerie whistling of the wind in the wings' bracing-wires as an indication of the impending attack. The U-2 was known as the aircraft used by the 588th Night Bomber Regiment, composed of an all-women pilot and ground crew complement. The unit became notorious for daring low-altitude night raids on German rear-area positions. Veteran pilots, Yekaterina Ryabova (1921-1974) and Nadezhda Popova (born 1921) on one occasion flew eighteen such missions in a single night. The women pilots observed that the enemy suffered a further degree of demoralization simply due to their antagonists being female. As such, the pilots earned the nickname "Night Witches". Polikarpov Po-2 is perhaps the second most produced aircraft, and may be the most produced biplane, in the history of aviation with more than 40000 Po-2s were built between 1928 and 1953. After the Soviet Victory in WWII, the Kazan Plant No. 387 switched to serial production of helicopters. In 1951 there began production of the Mil Mi-1 light utility helicopter. In 1952-1953 in Kazan were produced 30 Mil Mi-1 helicopters. In 1965 Kazan Helicopter Plant began production of the Mil Mi-8 medium twin-turbine transport helicopters - the world's most-produced helicopter that is used by over 50 countries. In 1993 this plant was privatized and got name OJSC "Kazan Helicopters". It has built more than 10000 Mil Mi-4, Mil Mi-8, Mil Mi-14 and Mil Mi-17 helicopters during its history. Its modifications are used by over 80 countries. "Kazan Helicopters" is the only producer of the military version of Mi-17 helicopter. It also produces Mil Mi-38 medium transport helicopters, as well as its own models, the Kazan Ansat and Kazan Aktai.

3) Kazan Motors Building Production Association (KMPO) is one of the largest enterprises of the aviation and engineering industries in Russia. In 1931 there was established the Motor Plant No. 16 in the city of Voronezh. In 1932 in Kazan began construction of the aviation combine "Kazmash". In 1935-1939 there was formed the Motor Plant No. 27 at the territory of the Kazan Aviation Plant No. 124 named after Sergo Ordzhonikidze. In 1936-1937 there were mainly repaired engines. In 1938 there began production of the centrifugal type superchargers for Klimov M-103s (V12 liquid-cooled piston aircraft engines) and repairment of the Mikulin M-17, Shvetsov M-25 and Mikulin AM-34 (M-34) aicraft engines. In 1940 the Kazan Motor Plant No. 27 began production of the Klimov M-105s (V12 liquid-cooled piston aircraft engine for the Petlyakov Pe-2 dive bomber aircraft). In the autumn of 1941, after the outbreak of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, the Voronezh Motor Plant No. 16, the Moscow Motor Plant No. 82 and the Moscow Agregate-Motor Plant No. 219 were evacuated in Kazan to the territory of the Motor Plant No. 27. The joint enterprise was named the Kazan Plant No. 16. During the Great Patriotic War, in Kazan were produced 15000 Klimov M-105 (since 1943 - VK-105) engines. During the war, great Soviet rocket engineers Valentin Glushko (1908-1989) and Sergey Korolyov (1907-1966) worked at the Experimental Design Bureau of the Kazan Motor Plant No. 16. After the Soviet Victory in WWII, the Kazan Motor Plant No. 16 began production of the RD-20 jet engines for the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-9 turbojet fighters and the Klimov RD-500 turbojets for the Yakovlev Yak-23 jet fighters. In 1950s, in Kazan were produced Mikulin AM-3 (also called RD-3M) turbojet engines for Tupolev Tu-16 twin-engine jet bombers - it was world's most powerful aircraft engine at that time. Later, there were produced more advanced engines AM-5, AM-9, AM-11 and Klimov VK-1 for the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 jet fighters and the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 supersonic jet fighter aircrafts. In 1952, in Kazan began production of the Mikulin AM-3M-500 (also called RM-3M-500) turbojet engines that were used in construction of the Tupolev Tu-104 - the world's first successful jet airliner. Since 1961, the Kazan Motor Plant No. 16 began to produce engines based on design of Nikolay Kuznetsov (1911-1995): Kuznetsov NK-8-4 low-bypass turbofan engines for the Ilyushin Il-62 long-range jet airliners; since 1969 - Kuznetsov NK-8-2U low-bypass turbofan engines for the Tupolev Tu-154 three-engine medium-range narrow-body airliners; since 1980 - Kuznetsov NK-86 low-bypass turbofan engines for the Ilyushin Il-86 short/medium-range wide-body jet airliners. In 1969 was built branch of the Kazan Motor Plant No. 16 in the Buinsk town (Tatar ASSR) for production of consumer goods and agricultural machinery (since 1976 - Buinsk Machine Building Plant). In 1976 on the base of Kazan Motor Plant No. 16 and its Buinsk branch was established Kazan Motors Building Production Association (KMPO). In 1982 KMPO began to produce Kuznetsov NK-16ST turbine engines for the gas pipelines. In 1980-1985 was built branch of KMPO - Machine Building Plant in the town of Zelenodolsk (Tatar ASSR). In 1994 was established OJSC KMPO. That year was signed contract with German engineering corporation "Voith GmbH" for production of automatic transmissions for city buses. Currently, the main activity of KMPO is serial production of the turbine engines and the equipment on its basis for pumping and distribution of natural gas.

The preparation works at the construction site of station were started in March 2009. On July 28, 2009 there began construction of the foundation pit of the future station. On December 27, 2009 was started construction of the 1.32-km long right tunnel between Metro stations "Aviastroitelnaya" and "Severny Vokzal" with using of TBM "Altınçäç" ("Wirth-NFM") - it was finished on July 25, 2010. On October 27, 2010 was started construction of the 1.32-km long left tunnel between these stations with using of TBM "Haysılu" ("Wirth-NFM") - it was finished on August 18, 2011.

The architect of the station is Azat Mustafin. "Aviastroitelnaya" will be shallow single-vaulted station (depth - 10 metres). The station will be decorate in High-tech style. The decoration of station will be dedicated to the aircraft manufacturing. The station will be made in blue-gray, blue, black, orange and light colors. The track walls will be faced with blue-gray metal panels. The floor of the platform and vestibule will be paved with light and dark polished granite arranged in a special pattern. The light fixtures will be installed in the ceiling. The height of vault will be 6 metres. Along the central axis of platform will be located four 8-seats benches without backs. There will be built two underground vestibules with four exits. The vestibules will be decorated at same style with addition of the light-beige color. The northern underground vestibule will be linked with underpass with two exits near the intersection of the Leningrad Street and Pobezhimov Street. The southern underground vestibule will be linked with underpass under the Kopylov Street with two exits near the Belinsky Street and Oleg Koshevoy Street.

2010. The documentary video about Kazan Helicopter Plant:





2012. The producing of Mil Mi-17V-5 at the Kazan Helicopter Plant:

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The project of Metro station "Aviastroitelnaya" ("Aircraft manufacturing"):

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FURTHER DEVELOPMENT - 2014-2015:

After the opening of three new stations, city authorities plans to extend Tsentralnaya Line 1 to south with one new station - "Dubravnaya". The length of the planned segment "Prospekt Pobedy" - "Dubravnaya" is 0.93 km.


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"DUBRAVNAYA"

"Dubravnaya" or "İmänlek" ("Oakpark") is a future southern terminal station on the Tsentralnaya Line 1 of the Kazan Metro. It will be located between the intersections of the Richard Sorge Street with Commissar Gabyshev Street and Julius Fučík Street, in the Privolzhsky District. The station will be served residents of nearest residential area of Gorki and microdistrict "Ecopark Dubrava". There are plans for construction of the transfer to the planned Savinovskaya Line 2 in the future.

The station is named for the nearby Dubravnaya Street and microdistrict "Ecopark Dubrava" which located not so far. The construction of this microdistrict was started in 2008 by "Tandem-D" construction company.



The construction of the microdistrict "Ecopark Dubrava" (CLICKABLE):

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Initially the opening of this station was supposed to be timed to the 2013 Summer Universiade. But later its construction was postponed. The preparation works at the construction site of station were started in August 2012. The construction of this segment is not started yet.

The architect of the station is Azat Mustafin. "Dubravnaya" will be shallow single-vaulted station. The height of vault will be 6 metres. The station will be decorate in a strictly ascetic style with light colors and some contrasting dark elements. The inclined track walls will be faced with marble of light-coffee color. At the each track wall will be placed few big metallographic panels of light-golden color with a stylized image of the oak branches. The floor will be paved with light polished Mansurovsky granite with darker stripes from Starobabansky granite along the ways. The white ceiling will be have caissons. There will be placed four semi-columns from dark marble along the central longitudinal axis. There will be located two long 8-seat benches from same dark marble with wooden seats between the semi-columns. The light fixtures will be installed in the tops of semi-columns. The vestibules will be decorated in same style. It will be have marble walls of light-coffee color, white marble columns with dark granite basements and light floor from polished granite. There will be built two underground vestibules with six exits. The northern underground vestibule will be linked with the underpass with two exits near the intersection of the Richard Sorge Street and Julius Fučík Street, and two exits - to tram stop. The southern underground vestibule will be linked with the underpass with two exits near the intersection of the Richard Sorge Street and Commissar Gabyshev Street.


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August 11, 2012. The construction of the microdistrict "Ecopark Dubrava":

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February 23, 2013. The construction of the microdistrict "Ecopark Dubrava":

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September 1, 2012. The construction site of the future Metro station "Dubravnaya" ("Oakpark"):

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FURTHER DEVELOPMENT - 2016-2018:

On September 29, 2012 it was announced that Kazan included in the list of Russian cities which will be host matches of 2018 FIFA World Cup. However, this decision was very predictable and nobody doubted in Kazan's success. That's why it was decided to extend Metro network with construction of new Line 2 in direction to the future football stadium in the Novo-Savinovsky District. There were proposed two possible variants for further development for next years. According to one variant, there should to be built Privolzhskaya Line between city centre and future stadium. However, it was decided to extend Metro network according to the another variant: to construct Savinovskaya Line through Novo-Savinovsky District - the most densely populated district of Kazan. Therefore, it's supposed to solve the problem of transportation of the residents of this district. The new Savinovskaya Line 2 will be have transfer to the future Metro station "Yäşlek" of the Tsentralnaya Line 1.

At this moment, the exact locations of the future stations is not determined yet. There are no detailed projects of future stations, and construction of this segment was not started. The detailed plans for construction of the Savinovskaya Line 2 should be ready this year.




September 29, 2012. The indoor arena of the Central Stadium in Kazan:

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"VOLGOGRADSKAYA"

"Volgogradskaya" ("Volgograd") is a planned western terminal station on the Savinovskaya Line 2 of the Kazan Metro. It will be located near the intersection of the Decembrists Street and Volgograd Street, in the Moskovsky District. The station will be served residents of nearest residential areas as well as visitors of the large Moscow Market, which located nearby. It will be have transfer to the Metro station "Yäşlek" ("Youth") of the Tsentralnaya Line 1.

The station is named for the 1.47-km long Volgograd Street near which it will be located. Originally it was known as Leningrad Street. On November 29, 1961, it was renamed into Volgograd Street in the honour of the Hero City Volgograd (known as Stalingrad since April 10, 1925 till November 10, 1961). Factually, Volgograd Street is the boulevard with two road lanes at the each of both sides. This is street is laid from west to east, from its intersection with the Decembrists Street in the Moskovsky District to the its intersection with the Bondarenko Street in the Novo-Savinovsky District. Volgograd Street crosses two magistral roads (Ğälimcan İbrahimov Avenue and Korolenko Street) and ends near Memorial Victory Park. Despite of the relatively small width of the road part, Volgograd Street is an important road that carries few bus and trolleybus routes.

The construction of Metro station "Volgogradskaya" is not started yet.

2012. The beginning of the Volgograd Street:

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"MUSINA"

"Musina" ("Rəşit Musin") is a planned station on the Savinovskaya Line 2 of the Kazan Metro. It will be located near the Memorial Victory Park at the intersection of the Xösäyen Yamaşev Avenue and Musin Street, in the Novo-Savinovsky District. The station will be served residents of nearest residential areas.

The station is named for the Musin Street near which it will be located. This street is named in the honour of Tatar politician Rəşit Musin (1927-1982). Rəşit Musin was born on November 12, 1927 in the village of Chatra, Bashkir Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. He graduated school in 1944. In 1950-1952 he worked as engineer of the Kazan CHP-1 (thermoelectric plant), in 1953-1956 - as Secretary of Party Committee of the Kazan CHP-1, in 1956-1957 - the Director of the Kazan CHP-1. In 1957-1958 Rəşit Musin worked as Secretary of Party Committee of the Council of National Economy of the Tatar Economic Administrative District, in 1958-1961 - as Deputy Head of the Council of National Economy of the Tatar Economic Administrative District. In 1961 he was elected at the post of the First Secretary of the Kazan City Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) and worked at this post during 18 years. In 1979 he became First Secretary of the Tatar Regional Committee of the CPSU. During 21 years of work at the post of the City and Regional Head, Musin made ​​an invaluable contribution to the socio-economic and cultural development of Kazan. There was established Kazan Chemical Plant, now OJSC "Kazanorgsintez" (one of Russia's largest chemical companies and the country's largest polyethylene produce), and were built Zainsk State District Power Plant and KAMAZ truck manufacturer in the city of Naberezhnye Chelny (Tatar ASSR), now largest truck producer in Russia and the CIS. Rəşit Musin died on October 2, 1982 and was buried at the Arsk Cemetery in Kazan.

The construction of Metro station "Musina" is not started yet.

"ADORATSKOGO"

"Adoratskogo" ("Vladimir Adoratsky") is a planned station on the Savinovskaya Line 2 of the Kazan Metro. It will be located near the intersection of the Xösäyen Yamaşev Avenue and Adoratsky Street, in the Novo-Savinovsky District. The station will be served residents of nearest residential areas.

The station is named for the Adoratsky Street near which it will be located. This street is named in the honour of Soviet communist historian and political theorist Vladimir Adoratsky (1878-1945). Vladimir Adoratsky was born on August 19, 1878 in Kazan. In 1903 he graduated law school of the Kazan Imperial University. Adoratsky joined to Revolutionary movement in 1900. In 1903, he was forced to go into exile to Berlin and Geneva, where in 1904 he became member the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party. In 1904 Adoratsky came back to Russia, where he was arrested and exiled to Astrakhan Governorate. In 1906 Adoratsky was sent to Switzerland, but in 1908 he again came back to Russia. In 1911-1912 Adoratsky lived in Paris, London (where he met with famous members of Labour Party Sydney and Beatrice Webbs) and Berlin. In 1914, after outbreak of the First World War, he was arrested in Munich as Russian citizen. In 1918, after the October Revolution of 1917, he came back in Russia. In 1920, Adoratsky became assistant manager of the Central Archives Board, and in 1932 a member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. He wrote a number of works on the Marxist theory of the state and law, and on the philosophy and history of Marxism. Vladimir Adoratsky died on June 5, 1945 in Moscow and was buried at Donskoye Cemetery.

The construction of Metro station "Adoratskogo" is not started yet.

"FUTBOLNY STADION"

"Futbolny Stadion" ("Football Stadium") or simpy "Stadion" ("Stadium") is a planned eastern terminal station on the Savinovskaya Line 2 of the Kazan Metro. It will be located near the future football stadium "Kazan Arena" at the Chistopol Street, in the Novo-Savinovsky District. The station will be served residents of nearest residential areas and visitors of the football stadium.

The station is named in the honour of the future football stadium near which it will be located. "Kazan Arena" is name of a new stadium in Kazan, that is currently under construction. It will replace Central Stadium as Kazan's main football stadium. Once completed in 2013 it will host football matches, especially the Russian Premier League side "Rubin" Kazan's home games. The solemn laying of the stadium with participation of the Prime Minister of Russia Vladimir Putin was held on May 5, 2010. On January 31, 2013 it was declared that stadium will be named "Kazan Arena". The stadium has been designed by architectural firm "Populous". According to lead designer Damon Lavelle, the stadium is a unique response to the local culture and place. Its capacity will be around 45.000. Before the start of 2018 FIFA World Cup, at the "Kazan Arena" will be held opening and closing ceremonies of the 2013 Summer Universiade, swimming competitions of the 2015 World Aquatics Championships (there will be placed two artifical pools) and football matches of the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup. Initially it was scheduled to open this stadium in the end of 2012, but later its opening was postponed on May 9, 2013.

Also, there will be opened Kazan Aquatic Sports Palace near the football stadium. Its construction was started in November 2009. The capacity of Kazan Aquatic Sports Palace will be 4200. The sports palace has been designed by architectural firm "SPEECH Tchoban & Kuznetsov". There will be placed two artifical pools (50 x 25 metres) for swimming competitions and one pool (33.3 x 25 metres) - for diving and synchronized swimming competitions. There will be held swimming, diving and synchronized swimming competitions during 2013 Summer Universiade. During 2015 World Aquatics Championships, the Kazan Aquatic Sports Palace will be host diving and synchronized swimming competitions as well as water polo finals.

The construction of Metro station "Futbolny Stadion" is not started yet.






March 9, 2013. The construction of the Kazan Aquatic Sports Palace:

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SAMARA METRO

While 10th Metro station in Kazan will be opened already next month, the tenth Metro station in another large Volga city - Samara - is scheduled to be open only in 2015. It's despite the fact that Metro system in Samara on 18 years older than in Kazan. The first stage of Metro construction in Samara (then Kuybyshev) was started in 1980 and was completed in 1987. The first segment of Kazan Metro was built in 1997-2005. However, due to presence of co-funding of construction with federal authorities, Kazan Metro became larger, extensive and more perspective than Metro system in Samara.

Speaking in general, Samara Metro has much less potential and fewer possibilities for own further development as one of the popular kinds of urban transport than any other Metro system in Russia. Its passenger traffic (16.0 mln. passenger rides in 2011) is the lowest among all Russian Metro systems. The reason for such sad situation is the route of existing Samara Metro line. In Soviet times, it was decided to start Metro construction in the industrial outskirts of city for transportation of workers. This project was proper in Soviet times, but not in post-Soviet realities. In 1990s, many industrial enterprises were forced to greatly reduce own staff that led to decreasing of passenger traffic in Samara Metro. In addition, due to problems with funding, Metro line does not reach central areas of Samara. As a result, Metro is the least popular kind of transport in this city. Before last year, similar problem was also actual in Nizhny Novgorod. But unlike Nizhny Novgorod, the opening of next Metro station in Samara is not able to radically change situation.


BRIEF HISTORY OF SAMARA METRO (1980-2012)

Samara (known in the Soviet times as Kuybyshev) is a large city on the Volga River. In 1967 the population of the place exceeded a million thus meeting the Soviet requirements to develop a rapid-transit system. The active initiator of Metro construction in Kuybushev was Head of City Alexey Rosovsky (1923-2009). In November 1977, the Moscow Research Institute "Metrogiprotrans" began drafting of the technical project of Metro line in Kyubyshev. On May 23, 1980 the project of first Metro line was approved. According to this project, the first Metro line was supposed to consist of 13 stations with total length of 17.3 km. In September 1980 there was started construction of the tunnel between planned stations "Prospekt Lenina" ("Lenin Avenue"; future "Rossiyskaya", near House of Culture of the State Ball-Bearing Plant №4) and "Oktyabrskaya" ("October"; future "Alabinskaya"), almost in the central part of the city. However, very soon there was made fatal decision to stop construction at this part of city and to put this tunnel on conservation. Instead of it, city planners decided to start Metro construction in the residential-and-industrial area of Yungorodok (literally - Youth town), where located most largest industrial enterprises of the city. In autumn of 1980, there began construction of Metro station "Kirovskaya" ("Sergey Kirov") in Yungorodok.

November 22, 1981. The construction of Kuybyshev Metro (now Samara Metro):


The design plan for Kuybyshev Metro was based on the standard Soviet triangle arrangement, but with provisions to suit the dynamics of city, whose business, commercial and historical centre is situated on the edge, on the bank of the Volga River. Whilst the edges of the city were located with industrial zones and Soviet bedroom areas. Most of the central regions (the geographical centre) between the areas were flats built primarily for the workers. It was also the central area which experienced the most concentrated congestion. In the finalized plan, the first stage was to pass under this central artery and then expand westwards towards following the bank of the Volga River around the commercial zone. The construction began in 1980, on the first four station stretch totaling 4.5 km. On December 25, 1987 was signed act about commissioning of Kuybyshev Metro and there was held solemn meeting. Next day the system was opened for the regular operation thus becoming the fifth Metro system in Russia and the twelfth in the former Soviet Union. There were opened Metro stations "Yungorodok" ("Youth town"), "Kirovskaya" ("Sergey Kirov"), "Bezymyanka" ("Nameless") and "Pobeda" ("Victory").

December 25, 1987. The opening of Kuybyshev Metro, station "Pobeda" ("Victory"):


Immediately after the opening of the first stage, despite its modest size (compared to other Soviet systems), the Kuybyshev Metro was overladen with passengers. The construction of the second stage began shortly. However, this was slowed down with the disintegration of the Soviet Union and the chaotic economic hardships that followed. Originally scheduled to open in 1991, the next three-stations 4.5-km long segment opened slowly, one station at a time from December 1992 to December 1993. On December 31, 1992 Metro station "Sovetskaya" ("Soviet") was opened, the following year on March 25 the line reached "Sportivnaya" ("Sportive") and on December 30 - "Gagarinskaya" ("Yury Gagarin"). The construction on the third planned stage, originally destined for the second half of the 1990s, began in 1988. It was extremely slow because of constant offsets. The first station of the third stage was opened on December 27, 2002 ("Moskovskaya" - "Moscow"), the second following five years later on December 26, 2007 ("Rossiyskaya" - "Russian"). Currently passenger traffic in Samara Metro (16.0 mln. passenger rides in 2011, that is 5.76% of the total urban passenger traffic) is the most lowest among all Russian Metro systems. For comparison, in 2011 the annual passenger traffic of Samara buses was 137.5 mln. passenger rides, Samara trams - 80.9 mln. passenger rides, Samara trolleybuses - 43.3 mln. passenger rides. The problem is that Samara Metro line still don't reach central parts of the city, and the number of the workers (potential passengers) of the industrial enterprises at the edges of city (where passes Metro line) greatly decreased during post-Soviet times.

2012. Documentary video dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Samara Metro:
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2012 - THE MOST SIGNIFICANT EVENTS:

In 2012, there were held celebrations dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the opening of Samara Metro. To commemorate this event, the one of 46 Samara Metro cars (intermediate car #0423, type 81-714, constructed in 1987 at Mytishchi Wagon-Building Plant, Moscow Region) was decorated with the posters with images and information dedicated to the history of all 9 Metro stations in the city.



December 13-14, 2012. The intermediate car #0423 at Metro station "Bezymyanka":

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FURTHER DEVELOPMENT - 2013-2015:

In 2013-2015, Samara authorities plan to finish construction of Metro station "Alabinskaya" on the existing Line 1. The distance of the future segment ("Rossiyskaya" - "Alabinskaya") is 1.3 km. The history of its construction goes back to September 1980. The planned date of opening repeatedly varied depending on the situation with funding. After the opening of the station "Rossiyskaya" ("Russian") on December 26, 2007, city officials wanted to open next Metro station "Alabinskaya" in 2009. However in May 2009, due to aftermaths of the global financial crisis, federal authorities decided to reduce funding of the Metro construction in Samara. During following years, the pace of construction works was reduced and the question about conservation of station was discussed. Currently they plan to open Metro station "Alabinskaya" in 2015.




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August 23, 2011. The construction site near Metro station "Rossiyskaya":

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"ALABINSKAYA"

"Alabinskaya" ("Pyotr Alabin") is the future western terminal station on the Line 1 of the Samara Metro. It will be located near the intersection of the New Garden Street and Osipenko Street, in the Oktyabrsky District.

According to Soviet plan of 1980, this station was supposed to be named "Oktyabrskaya" ("October") due to its location in the Oktyabrsky District. But in post-Soviet times it was decided to rename it into "Alabinskaya" in the honour of Russian politician Pyotr Alabin.

Pyotr Alabin (1824-1896) was a Russian statesman, a military writer and journalist, State Councillor and Honorary Citizen of Vyatka, Samara and Sofia. He was born on September 16, 1824 in the Podolsk town, Moscow Governorate. Alabin graduated Białystok Gymnasium and Saint Petersburg School of Commerce (1842). In 1843 he was appointed non-commissioned officer in the Tula Jaeger Regiment. Later Alabin was appointed into Kamchatsky Jaeger Regiment. He became an officer in 1845. In 1849 Alabin took part in the Russian military campaign in Hungary. In 1853 he became to serve in the Okhotsky Jaeger Regiment. During the Crimean War of 1853-1856, Alabin took part in the Battle of Inkerman and Siege of Sevastopol. He was promoted to the rank of Staff Captain and Captain, and was awarded several Orders. In 1857 Captain Pyotr Alabin resigned from military service and entered the service in the civil departments. Since 1857 he became to manage regional office in the town of Vyatka (now Kirov), since 1866 during ten years he managed Samara Chamber of State Property. From May 23 till June 11, 1874 and from July 3 till September 22, 1875, he was temporary Governor of Samara. In 1877, during the Russian-Turkish War of 1877-1878, a mission from the Samara City Council led by Head of City Yefim Kozhevnikov and Pyotr Alabin, as a symbol of spiritual solidarity, brought a banner tailored in Samara, to Bulgaria. Sewed by local nuns and given to the Bulgarian volunteers by the citizens of Samara on May 18, 1877, it became famous when it was heroically prevented from being captured by the Ottoman forces. The flag, entrusted to the third battalion of the Bulgarian volunteer corps, was part of the battles at Stara Zagora and Nova Zagora, where a number of colour-bearers perished protecting it (including Lieutenant-Colonel Pavel Kalitin), as well as the Battles of Shipka Pass and Sheynovo. The Samara flag, initially kept in Radomir town, where its last bearer Pavel Korchev died, was housed in the Royal Palace in Sofia (now the National Art Gallery) between 1881 and 1946, when it was transferred to the National Museum of Military History. It has remained there ever since, preserved in a chamber under special conditions. The Samara flag is the only flag awarded the Bulgarian Medal for Bravery, the medal being implanted in its pole's richly decorated point. Pierced with bullets and saturated with the blood of both Russians and Bulgarians, it become a symbol of Russian-Bulgarian friendship. Currently Samara flag is one of the most important military symbols of the Bulgarian Army.

During Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878, Pyotr Alabin was representative of the Society of the Red Cross in Romania, and the head of two hospitals in Zimnitsa. Since December 1877 he was temporary Governor of Sofia. The one of central streets in Sofia is named in his honour. After the Russian victory, he returned into Samara and served as Head of City since December 30, 1884 till March 20, 1891. During his rule in Samara were built and opened ironworks, vegetable oil factory, printing house, brickyard, steam flour mill, confectionery factory, soap-works, meteorological station, water-conduit, city theatre, gas supply, telephone station, factory producing matches, etc. He died in Samara on May 22, 1896 and was buried on the territory of the local Iberian Convent.

The construction of the tunnel between planned stations "Prospekt Lenina" ("Lenin Avenue"; future "Rossiyskaya") and "Oktyabrskaya" ("October"; future "Alabinskaya") in Samara (then Kuybyshev) was started in September 1980. However, very soon there was made fatal decision to stop construction at this part of city and to put this tunnel on conservation. Instead of it, city planners decided to start Metro construction in the residential-and-industrial area of Yungorodok (literally - Youth town), where located most largest industrial enterprises of the city. On December 13, 1992 tram operation at the New Garden Street was ceased and tramline was moved to the parallel Lenin Avenue in order to construct this station. By autumn of 2006, the parts of tunnels that were built by cut-and-cover method from Metro station "Rossiyskaya" ("Russian") were connected with segments which were dug in 1981. On December 27, 2006 in Samara was delivered TBM "Söyembikä" ("Lovat") which was leased from Kazan for construction of the remaining segments of two 1.3-km long tunnels. The construction of the remaining 0.65-km long part of the left tunnel between Metro stations "Rossiyskaya" and "Alabinskaya" was started on February 21, 2007 and was finished on August 9, 2007. On February 5, 2008 was started construction of the remaining 0.66-km long part of the right tunnel between these stations - it was finished on August 19, 2008. The construction of the station itself was started on May 21, 2008 when New Garden Street was closed for road traffic. However, in May 2009 the funding of Metro construction was reduced due to aftermaths of the global financial crisis. The construction continued very slowly in 2009-2012. In December 2011 there were delivered parts of the old Soviet TBM KT-5,6 in order to construct dead ends for turnover of trains in direction to future Metro station "Samarskaya" ("Samara"). In January 2012 began mounting of this TBM. The construction of these dead ends (length - 0.4 km) was started on April 3, 2012.

The archiects of the station are Vladimir Zhukov and Alexander Temnikov. "Alabinskaya" will be shallow three-vaulted station of the column type (depth - 9.5 m). The track walls and columns will be faced with marble of light-green colour with strips of red and gray granite. The floor will be paved with gray granite with green inserts. Octagonal columns will be decorated with wrought-iron light fixtures in the style of the street lamps of 19th century. There will be built two underground vestibules. There will be installed three escalators at the western vestibule of station. The eastern vestibule will be linked with platform by stairs. The western underground vestibule will be linked with underpass under the intersection of the New Garden Street and Osipenko Street, with four exits to all sides of this intersection. The eastern underground vestibule will be linked with underpass under the New Garden Street, with two exits to the both sides of this street.


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1980. The beginning of Metro construction in Kuybyshev (now Samara):


1972. New Garden Street (tram operation was ceased on December 13, 1992 and tramline was moved to the parallel Lenin Avenue in order to construct Metro station "Alabinskaya"):

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March 19, 2013. The construction of Metro station "Alabinskaya":

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