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Old January 21st, 2014, 02:27 AM   #3281
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NEW METRO DEPOTS

For the first time since 1995, in Moscow will be inaugurated new Metro depots - "Mitino" (№16) and "Brateyevo" (№17). Currently there are 15 Metro depots in Moscow, the latest of which ("Pechatniki") was commissioned on December 27, 1995. The commissioning of two new Metro depots will be logical conclusion of the southern extension of the Line 2 and western extension of the Line 3, during which in December 2012 were opened Metro stations "Alma-Atinskaya" and "Pyatnitskoye Shosse" respectively.

There were plans that both Metro depots will be partly launched in late 2013. However, their commissioning was rescheduled for 2014.

METRO DEPOT "BRATEYEVO"

Metro depot "Brateyevo" (№17) is a Metro depot near the Gorodnya Rivulet, in the Brateyevo District, Southern Administrative Okrug. It's planned to be serve the Line 2 and the Line 10.

Metro depot №17 is named for Brateyevo District (population: 102.110 inhabitants in 2010) in which it located. Long time ago, there were ancient settlements at the site of present-day district - there were discovered numerous pagan kurgans (tumuluses) of 11th-13th centuries in this area. In the Middle Ages, there was located rich prosperous settlement at the Brateyevo Hill. The name of Brateyevo is known since 16th-17th centuries. It refers to Russian word for "Brother" ("Brat"), but it's unknown why settlement got this name. There were fertile lands, gardens and healing springs near Borisovo ponds. Inhabitants engaged in agriculture, crafts, fishing (this is reflected on the emblem of the modern district) - there was an abundance of fish of various species in the Moscow-River and Gorodnya River, between which the area was located. The settlement of Brateyevo had a population of 34 men and 27 households in 1646, 84 men and 27 households - in 1675. There lived 259 men and 243 women in 1869, 323 men and 306 women - in 1911. There were 80 households in 1876. The gardering was main deal in the settlement of Brateyevo. In 1930s in the Brateyevo was established collective farm "Ilyich's Way". In 1950 all neighboring collective farms were merged into one collective farm named after Vladimir Lenin in the center in the settlement of Borisovo. On August 17, 1960 the settlements of Borisovo and Brateyevo as well as surrounding areas were included into boundaries of Moscow. With time, blooming cherry orchards and potato fields turned into an abandoned city dump. The settlement of Brateyevo was part of the Proletarsky District in 1960-1969 and Krasnogvardeysky District in 1969-1991. In 1982, there began mass construction of living houses in this area. In 1980s, the former settlement of Brateyevo was completely demolished during construction of new living massive. On July 31, 1991 was established municipal okrug Brateyevo of the Southern Administrative Okrug. On July 5, 1995 it granted status of the district of Moscow.

Metro depot "Brateyevo" is being built at the construction plot with area of 17 hectares. The construction of depot in Brateyevo was planned in 1980s. The preparation works were started in the end of 1990s, but it were stopped very soon. It was resumed only in 2010. The pile driving for the foundation of the building began in March 2012. The project of construction consist of two parts. The one part is Metro depot itself with planned capacity of 11 trains (not including car wash), it will be smallest Metro depot in Moscow. Also, the whole complex will be include plant for repairment of rolling stock. The total area of all buildings is 10.1 hectares. The first Metro train rode into depot on December 30, 2013. The first stage of Metro depot "Brateyevo" (that includes corps for night maintenance of trains and administrative corps) was commissioned on January 15, 2014. According to existing plans, the second stage of this Metro depot (that includes corps for repair of rolling stock) should be launched in December 2014.




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Old January 21st, 2014, 02:29 AM   #3283
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January 15, 2014. The commissioning of first stage of Metro depot "Brateyevo":

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Old January 21st, 2014, 02:31 AM   #3285
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METRO DEPOT "MITINO"

Metro depot "Mitino" (№16) is a future Metro depot in the Mitino District, North-Western Administrative Okrug. It's situated in the Rozhdestveno settlement, near the intersection of Pyatnitskoye Highway and Muravskaya Street. It's planned to be serve the Line 3.

Metro depot №16 is named for Mitino District (population: 173.850 inhabitants in 2010) in which it located. It was firstly mentioned as "Mitin pochinok" (i.e. Mitya's or Dmitry's settlement) in 1389 in the testament of Grand Prince of Moscow Dmitry Donskoy (1350-1389). In 1417 it was mentioned in the testament of Dmitry Donskoy's son - Grand Prince of Moscow Vasily I (1371-1425) - in the list of lands supposed for Grand Princess Sophia of Lithuania (1371-1453), Vasily I's wife. During next two centuries Mitino wasn't mentioned in any official documents. The next mention about Mitino dates back to 1623 as about estate of Moscow's Chudov Monastery. This area was devastated during Time of Troubles (1598-1613) and revived only in the middle of 17th century. The village of Mitino was mentioned in description of 1646 as monastery's estate. Unfortunately, almost all residents of the village of Mitino died during epidemic of plague in 1654-1656. During next 150 years, Mitino remained wold. It was revived in 1800s. In 1816, the village of Mitino had a population of 277 people (131 men and 146 women) and 38 households. In the first half of 19th century, the village was transferred to its current place near Pyatnitskoye Highway. New location was more convenient. The number of households rapidly grew - 54 households in 1852, 78 households in late 1850s. There were 95 households and 510 people in 1899 and more than 740 people and 136 households in 1926. In 1926 twelve peasant families united into partnership for joint cultivation of land. Later there was established collective farm. In 1932, 127 households joined into collective farm. In 1930s there was formed worker' settlement near village of Mitino. In 1934 there were appeared machine repair shops at the outskirts of village, in 1935 there was established pottery industry. In 1938 there began formation of Air Defense System that protected Soviet capital during Battle of Moscow of 1941-1942. In postwar years, collective farm in Mitino was merged with neighboring collective farms. The population of village was 792 inhabitants in 1970 and 467 inhabitants in 1984. On March 19, 1984 the village of Mitino was transferred under jurisdiction of the Moscow Soviet (Moscow Council). Next year Mitino was officially included into boundaries of Moscow. It was part of the Tushinsky District in 1985-1991. On September 12, 1991 was established municipal okrug Mitino of the North-Western Administrative Okrug. On July 5, 1995 it granted status of the district of Moscow. In 1990s, there began mass construction of living houses in this area.

The preparation works for construction of Metro depot in Mitino were started in the end of 1990s, but it were stopped very soon. It was resumed in the summer of 2006. In November-December 2009 there were built track ways from the territory of depot to Metro station "Mitino" (opened on December 26, 2009). The pile driving for the foundation of the building began in March 2012. Metro depot is being built at the territory of 23 hectares. The planned capacity is 60 trains (50 for night maintenance and 10 for repairment works). There will be work about 2000 employees, including 200 people of administrative staff. According to existing plans, the first stage of Metro depot "Mitino" (that includes corps for night maintenance of trains and administrative corps) should be commissioned in February-March 2014 while its second stage (repair shops for trains equipped with asynchronous motors of all types) planned to be launched in late 2014.

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Old January 21st, 2014, 02:32 AM   #3286
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Old January 21st, 2014, 02:33 AM   #3287
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October 26, 2013. The construction of Metro depot "Mitino":

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Finally, in June 2014 the northern ground-level vestibule of Metro station "VDNKh" ("Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy "; Line 6; opened on May 1, 1958) is planned to be reopened after 1-year reconstruction.

"VDNKh" is a Moscow Metro station on the Line 6, between Metro stations "Alekseyevskaya" ("St. Alexis") and "Botanichesky Sad" ("Botanical Garden"). It's located near the intersections of Peace Avenue with Cosmonauts Street and Ostankino Driveway, in the Ostankinsky District, North-Eastern Administrative Okrug.

The station is named for the nearby All-Russia Exhibition Center (VVTs) which was known as All-Union Agricultural Exhibition (VSKhV) in 1935-1958 and Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy (VDNKh) in 1959-1992. All-Russia Exhibition Center is a permanent general-purpose trade show in Moscow. It's a member of exhibition associations: IUEF - International Union of Exhibitions and Fairs (since 1991) and UFI - The Global Association of the Exhibition Industry (since 1997). The exhibition was established on February 17, 1935 and opened on August 1, 1939. An existing site (then known as Ostankino Park, a country territory recently incorporated into the city limits) was approved in August 1935. Nowadays it occupies 237.5 hectares of which 26.6 hectares are used for indoor exhibits. The territory of All-Russia Exhibition Center is greater than that of the Principality of Monaco (202 hectares) and has approximately 400 buildings. The center still works including the name of a nearby Metro station and some sights: pavilions, fountains, a luna-park, Memorial Museum of Astronautics and even a rocket. Currently, the larger international exhibitions are mostly held at the new facilities of Moscow "Expocenter".

Metro station was opened on May 1, 1958 as "VSKhV" ("All-Union Agricultural Exhibition"). However, on May 28, 1958 the Council of Ministers of the USSR adopted a resolution to merge agricultural, industrial and construction exhibitions into Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy of the USSR (VDNKh SSSR). VDNKh SSSR was opened at the site of All-Union Agricultural Exhibition (VSKhV) on June 16, 1959. As a result, on December 12, 1959 Metro station "VSKhV" was also renamed into "VDNKh". On June 23, 1992, according to the Order of President of Russia Boris Yeltsin, Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy (VDNKh) was renamed into All-Russian Exhibition Center (VVTs). But, despite of this, Metro station "VDNKh" was not renamed. There were plans to rename it into "Vystavochnaya" ("Exhibition"; in 1991) and "Rostokino" (in 1992), but these plans were never realized.

The architects of the station were Ivan Taranov, Nadezhda Bykova, Yury Cherepanov and Iogann Gokhar-Kharmandaryan. "VDNKh" is a deep-level three-vaulted station of pylon type (depth - 53.5 m). It's one of the deepest Metro stations. The floor is paved with grey and red granite. The track walls are faced with yellowish ceramic tile. The station is lit by hexagonal cut-glass chandeliers similar to those that were installed at Metro station "Kievskaya" ("Kiev"; Line 3; opened on April 5, 1953). The station features pylons faced with white marble and decorated with circular ventilation grilles. There are located marble benches along the pylons. Originally, this station was planned to be richly decorated in the manner of the other Moscow Metro stations built in the 1950s, with mosaics by great Russian artist Vladimir Favorsky (1886-1964) along the insides of the arches between the pylons. However, in the wake of Nikita Khrushchev's attack on decorative "extras", the mosaics were crudely coated with incongruous thick green paint.

The original (northern) ground-level circular vestibule is a rotunda that located near main entrance to All-Russia Exhibition Center, near the intersection of Peace Avenue and 1st Transverse Driveway, in front of the Monument to the Conquerors of Space (opened in 1964). This vestibule is equipped with three EM-5 escalators (made in 1958; height - 53.5 m). Though not directly connected to "VDNKh", Moscow Monorail station "Vystavochny Tsentr" ("Exhibition Center"; opened on November 20, 2004) is within a walking distance. "VDNKh" is one of the busiest Moscow Metro stations, serving about 120 thousand passengers a day in 2011. That's why on August 25, 1997, to the 850th anniversary of Moscow's foundation, there was opened southern underground vestibule. It's equipped with three ET-3M escalators (made in 1997; height - 41.6 m). The capitals of its massive square columns are faced with Gzhel majolika. The southern vestibule is decorated with Gzhel panel "The Fair in Zamoskvorechye area" (artists - Margarita Podgornaya and Alexander Tsaregorodtsev). The new vestibule is connected with underpass under the Peace Avenue with four exits to the both sides of avenue.

On June 29, 2013 there was started reconstruction of the northern ground-level vestibule with replacement of old escalators. In addition, there will be renovated facade of vestibule, replaced turnstiles, reconstructed ticket offices and technical rooms, and will be made cosmetic repair. The planned date of reopening of the northern vestibule after reconstruction is June 1, 2014.

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May 4, 2007. The northern ground-level vestibule of Metro station "VDNKh" ("Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy "; Line 6; opened on May 1, 1958):

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April 20, 2013. The northern ground-level vestibule of Metro station "VDNKh" before its closing for reconstruction:

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June 16, 2010. Metro station "VDNKh":

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June 5, 2011. The southern underground vestibule was opened on August 25, 1997, to the 850th anniversary of Moscow's foundation:

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November 3, 2013. The reconstruction of the northern ground-level vestibule of Metro station "VDNKh":

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Old January 22nd, 2014, 01:19 PM   #3293
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Nizhny Novgorod metro extension to start soon
22 Jan 2014

RUSSIA: Nizhny Novgorod city authorities announced on January 17 that construction of the Sormovskaya Line extension to Strelka will begin in April. Construction is expected to cost €261m.

A further extension from Strelka to Meshcherskoye Ozero is also planned, as well as a northern extension of the Avtozavodskaya Line from Gorkovskaya to Senaya via Operniy Teatr.
Please notice that this extension will not include Yarmarka station, which its future is still in doubt. Probably we will never see it
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Please notice that this extension will not include Yarmarka station, which its future is still in doubt. Probably we will never see it
Its future is clear - the construction of Metro station at this site has little sense nowadays.
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AlekseyVT, do you have renders for Strelka station?
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AlekseyVT, do you have renders for Strelka station?
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FURTHER DEVELOPMENT - 2015:

According to my preliminary estimates, in 2015 should be opened following segments and stations:
1) The southwestern extension of the Line 1 in direction to the village of Salaryevo with two new stations;
2) The southwestern extension of the Solntsevsky Radius with three new stations;
3) The southeastern extension of the Line 7 to Kotelniki town with one new station;
4) The construction of new Metro station on the existing track of the Line 2;
5) The northern extension of the Line 2 with two new stations:


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SOUTHWESTERN EXTENSION OF THE LINE 1

After the opening of new segment between Metro stations "Yugo-Zapadnaya" ("South-Western") and "Troparyovo" in 2014, city authorities have plans to extend the Line 1 southwest in direction to the village of Salaryevo with two new stations.

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"RUMYANTSEVO"

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

The station is named for the nearby village of Rumyantsevo. The name of this village is supposedly derived from the personal name of Rumyanets. The village of Rumyantsevo is situated near Kiev Highway, 6 kilometres 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 Rail Terminal, which was supposed 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 the Line 1 ("Severnoye" №1 and "Cherkizovo" №13) are located at the northeastern part of this line. However, Southern Rail 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 these plans were rejected.

In 2011, after enlargement of the city boundaries, the plans to build Metro station near village of Rumyantsevo were revived. Due to its geographic location near Moscow Automobile Ring Road and Kiev Highway, Metro station "Rumyantsevo" should to become station for serving of the residents of "New Moscow". In the beginning of 2012, city government decided to build Metro stations "Troparyovo" and "Rumyantsevo" and to open both stations in 2014. But in May 2013 it was decided to build dead ends for turnover of trains beyond future Metro stations "Troparyovo" and "Salaryevo", and to open Metro station "Rumyantsevo" simultaneously with "Salaryevo".

In January 2013 there were started preliminary works at the construction site of Metro station "Rumyantsevo". On March 27, 2013 began construction of the foundation pit of the future station. On July 29, 2013 there began construction of the 2.1-km long right tunnel from future Metro station "Troparyovo" in direction to "Rumyantsevo" with using of TBM "Liya" ("Herrenknecht S-775"). By January 15, 2014, there were dug 1036 of 2100 metres. On October 1, 2013 there began construction of the 2.1-km long left tunnel between these stations with using of TBM "Anastasiya" ("Herrenknecht S-771"). By January 15, 2014, there were dug 532 of 2100 metres. The station is expected to be opened in the first half of 2015.

The architects of the station are Anatoly Tarasov, Darya Lazutkina and Desislava Polyakova. "Rumyantsevo" will be shallow three-vaulted station of the column type. Unfortunately, there are no located any significant objects near this Metro station. That's why architects decided to create "urban environment" in the image of station. The station will be look like trade street or boulevard. Its platform will be look like pedestrian part while track walls - like facades of buildings. There will be built two underground vestibules. The western vestibule with one exit is planned to be integrated into future multifunctional business complex "Telecom City". The eastern vestibule will be linked with underpass under Kiev Highway, with three exits to the both sides of highway. The both vestibules will be equipped with escalators and elevators for people with reduced mobility.




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January 19, 2014. The construction of Metro station "Rumyantsevo":

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