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Old February 1st, 2014, 09:39 PM   #3301
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"SALARYEVO"

"Salaryevo" is a future southwestern terminus of the Line 1 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located outside the Moscow Automobile Ring Road beltway (MKAD), between Kiev Highway and Kaluga Highway, near village of Salaryevo, in the Moskovsky Settlement, Novomoskovsky Administrative Okrug. "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 Salaryevo. This village borders with village of Rumyantsevo in the north and with village of Dudkino in the east. The village of Salaryevo is known since the mid-16th century. It became ownership of the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius in 1570. The population of village died during Time of Troubles (1598-1613). However, it was populated by monastery after that. Like many other villages, Salaryevo was ravaged during French occupation of Moscow in 1812. The population of village was 629 inhabitants in 1917. In early-1930s, there was established collective farm "The struggle for the commune". Since 1960s, there was formed landfill of the construction and industrial wastes near Salaryevo. Currently it's largest landfill in Europe (area - 59 hectares, height - 70 m). Recently, it was ennobled after flattening slopes and seeding grass. There are six streets in this village. Prior to July 1, 2012, Salaryevo was part of the Leninsky District in Moscow Region. The population of village was 187 inhabitants in 2006. The major part of Leninsky District was merged into the federal city of Moscow on July 1, 2012.

The plans for construction of Metro station near village of Salaryevo appeared in the summer of 2012. According to decree of the city government on May 4, 2012, the Line 1 was planned to be extended into highly populated Solntsevo District. But in September 2012, instead of the former plans for construction of the 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 the 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 2014-2015 the Line 1 will be extended southwest with three new Metro stations - "Troparyovo", "Rumyantsevo" and "Salaryevo". This extension should to solve problem with overcrowding of Metro station "Yugo-Zapadnaya" ("South-Western") - the current southwestern terminus of this line. It's planned that as a result of this extension, the passenger traffic will be redistributed at the southern radius of the Line 1. Some later, near the village of Salaryevo will be opened eponymous Metro depot. Together with Metro station "Rumyantsevo", "Salaryevo" should to serve the residents of "New Moscow". There will be built large transport hub in this area.

In March 2013 there were started geodetic works at the site of future Metro station and Metro depot. In May 2013 there were started preliminary works at the construction site of Metro station "Salaryevo". In mid-September 2013 began construction of the foundation pit for mounting of two TBMs for construction of two tunnels in direction to Metro station "Rumyantsevo". The 1.41-km long left tunnel will be built with using of TBM "Eva" ("Herrenknecht"), formerly known as "Vera", "Anna" and "Svetlana". Previously this TBM was used at the southwestern extension of the Line 1 for construction of two tunnels from Metro station "Yugo-Zapadnaya" in direction to "Troparyovo". The 1.42-km long right tunnel between future Metro stations "Salaryevo" and "Rumyantsevo" will be built with using of TBM "Liya" ("Herrenknecht S-775"). Currently this TBM is using for construction of the 2.1-km long right tunnel from future Metro station "Troparyovo" in direction to "Rumyantsevo".

The architects of the station are Anatoly Tarasov, Nikolay Deyev and Desislava Polyakova. "Salaryevo" will be shallow three-vaulted station of the column type (depth - 8 m). There will be three large V-shaped columns along central axis of station. There will be built two underground vestibules. The both vestibules will be equipped with elevators for people with reduced mobility.

METRO DEPOT "SALARYEVO"

Also, there are plans to build Metro depot near this station, because two Metro depots that currently serves the Line 1 ("Severnoye" №1 and "Cherkizovo" №13) are located at the northeastern part of Moscow and don't have big capacity. The planned capacity of Metro depot "Salaryevo" is about 35-40 trains. Its planned area is 18.7 hectares.

In late March 2013 there were started preliminary works at the construction site of Metro depot "Salaryevo". Nowadays the construction of this depot suspended.




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Old February 1st, 2014, 09:40 PM   #3302
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Old February 1st, 2014, 09:41 PM   #3303
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SOUTHWESTERN EXTENSION 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). After opening of first segment of the Solntsevsky Radius between Metro stations "Delovoy Tsentr" ("Business Center") and "Park Pobedy" ("Victory Park") on January 31, 2014, city authorities have plans to extend it southwest with three new stations. After that, Solntsevsky Radius will be extended further in direction to the highly populated Solntsevo and Novo-Peredelkino Districts. The segment between Metro stations "Park Pobedy" and "Ramenki" is scheduled to be opened in 2015. The length of this segment is 7.24 km.

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"MINSKAYA"

"Minskaya" ("Minsk") is a future station of the planned Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line 8 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located between the intersections of Minsk Street with Old Volynskoye Street and Kiev direction of Moscow Railway, at the border of Fili-Davydkovo and Dorogomilovo Districts, Western Administrative Okrug.

The station is named for the nearby 4-km long Minsk Street. This street was named on September 10, 1958 due to location in the western part of city in the honour of Minsk, the capital of Belarus. The earliest historical references to Minsk dates to the 11th century (1067), when it was noted as a provincial city within the Principality of Polotsk. The settlement developed on the Svislach and Nyamiha Rivers. In 1242, Minsk became a part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It received town privileges in 1499. From 1569, it was a capital of the Minsk Voivodship in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. It was part of a region annexed by the Russian Empire in 1793, as a consequence of the Second Partition of Poland. From 1919–1991, after the Russian Revolution, Minsk was the capital of the Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic within the Soviet Union. Nowadays Minsk is the capital and largest city of Belarus. It is the administrative centre of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). As the national capital, Minsk has a special administrative status in Belarus and is the administrative centre of Minsk Region (voblast) and Minsk raion (district). In 2013, it had a population of 2.002.600.

According to original project, "Minskaya" was supposed to be built as station of the Solntsevo-Mytishchinskaya chordial line which was proposed in 1985. Later it was decided to built only part of the planned chordial line - to Metro station "Park Pobedy" ("Victory Park"). In 2002 it was proposed to build Solntsevo Light Metro Line ("Yugo-Zapadnaya" - "Novoperedelkino") instead of planned segment "Park Pobedy" ("Victory Park") - "Olimpiyskaya Derevnya" ("Olympic Village"). But later the plans for construction of the Solntsevo Light Metro Line were rejected, and it was decided to come back to original projects.

One year ago, Metro station "Minskaya" wasn't planned to be build as part of the southwestern extension of the planned Solntsevsky Radius. According to current norm of safety, if the length of underground tunnels between two future neighboring stations will be more than three kilometres, there should be built exit from these tunnels for evacuation of passengers in the case of emergency situation. That's why there was supposed to be built emergency exit between future Metro stations "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" and "Park Pobedy" instead of "Minskaya". On February 8, 2013 there began construction of the 4.845-km long left tunnel from future Metro station "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" in direction to "Park Pobedy" with using of TBM "Nataliya" ("Herrenknecht S-747"). On April 4, 2013 there began construction of the 4.845-km long right tunnel between these stations with using of TBM "Lyudmila" ("Herrenknecht S-484"). That day it was declared that "Minskaya" will be built instead of emergency exit as intermediate station between "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" and "Park Pobedy". It was counted that construction of emergency exit would be cheaper only on 30% than construction of this Metro station. In early October 2013 there were started preliminary works at the construction site of Metro station "Minskaya". In late October 2013 there were started pile-drilling works. By October 30, 2013, there were dug 2475 of 4845 metres of the left tunnel and 1934 of 4845 metres of the right tunnel.

The detailed project of Metro station "Minskaya" is not ready yet. "Minskaya" will be shallow station. There will be built small transport hub near this station.

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"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 Lomonosov Avenue and Michurin Avenue, in the Ramenki District, Western Administrative Okrug.

The station is named for the nearby 4.3-km long Lomonosov Avenue. This avenue was formed as a result of urban planning of the southwestern part of Moscow in late 1940s. On January 13, 1947 the 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 southwestern 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 there 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 supposed to be built under name "Minskaya" ("Minsk") at the intersection of Mosfilm Street and Minsk Street, near the end of Lomonosov Avenue. In May 2009 there were started geological researches in this area. However, in the end of 2011, it was decided to start construction of Metro station at the intersection of Lomonosov Avenue and Michurin Avenue, and to rename it to "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" ("Lomonosov Avenue"). According to the resolution of the city government on May 4, 2012, "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" was supposed to be opened in 2017. But later it was decided to accelerate construction. This station is scheduled to be opened in the end of 2015.

In December 2011 there was started removal of communication utilities from the territory of construction. In April 2012 there were started preliminary works at the construction site of Metro station "Lomonosovsky Prospekt". In September 2012 there were started pile-drilling works. In December 2012 began construction of the foundation pit of the future station. On February 8, 2013 there began construction of the 4.845-km long left tunnel from future Metro station "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" in direction to "Park Pobedy" with using of TBM "Nataliya" ("Herrenknecht S-747"). On April 4, 2013 there began construction of the 4.845-km long right tunnel between these stations with using of TBM "Lyudmila" ("Herrenknecht S-484"). By October 30, 2013, there were dug 2475 of 4845 metres of the left tunnel and 1934 of 4845 metres of the right tunnel. On May 31, 2013 there began construction of the 1.189-km long left tunnel from future Metro station "Ramenki" in direction to "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" with using of TBM "Svetlana" ("Herrenknecht S-328") - it was finished on October 30, 2013. On December 17, 2013 there began construction of the 1.191-km long right tunnel between these stations with using same TBM - "Svetlana" ("Herrenknecht S-328"). It's planned to be finished in May 2014.

The architects of the station are Leonid Borzenkov (project leader), Mikhail Volovich, Sergey Kostikov, Tamara Nagieva, Natalya Soldatova and Vasily Uvarov. "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" will be shallow two-vaulted station of the column type. The column spacing will be 6 metres. The idea of architectural unity of the Solntsevsky Radius with individual image for each station is based on the same interiors of vestibules and underground platform. There will be areas with thematic drawings on glass illuminated panels with individual colour for each station. These drawings will be also depicted at the part of walls made of glass illuminated panels in vestibules and underpasses. It will contrast with neutral grey colour of other walls made of volumetric glazed ceramic stone and with metal polished surface of ceilings. The drawings in thematic areas will be created on a blue background with graphic elements in the form of intersecting row of numbers that symbolizes sciences and reflects connection of station with the nearby Lomonosov Moscow State University and scientific activity of Mikhail Lomonosov. The thematic areas at station will be located at the streamlined surface of the walls of ticket offices and in the ends of vestibules above stairs and escalators. At the underground platform, thematic areas will be located at the sides of columns. From the side of track walls, the columns will be faced with metal multilayer panels with honeycomb filling. There are plans to install platform screen doors (height - 3 m) at the station. Passenger information will be seen on platform screen doors and above the benches for passengers.

The platform of station will be situated along Michurin Avenue, perpendicular to Lomonosov Avenue. There will be built two underground vestibules under Michurin Avenue. The southeastern vestibule will be linked with platform of station by stairs and elevators for people with reduced mobility while northwestern vestibule will be equipped with three escalators. The four exits from southeastern vestibule will be built at the both sides of Lomonosov Avenue. The one of four exits from southeastern vestibule 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 northwestern vestibule will be built near the Research Institute of Mechanics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University. All exits to a surface will be covered with a glass constructions.


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"RAMENKI"

"Ramenki" is a future southwestern terminus of the planned Solntsevsky Radius of the Moscow Metro. It will be located near the intersection of Michurin Avenue and Vinnytsia Street, in the Ramenki District, Western Administrative Okrug.

The station is named for Ramenki District (population: 129.956 inhabitants in 2010) 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 district, 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 workers' 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 the territory of the Lomonosov Moscow State University was also incorporated into Ramenki District.

The projecting of this station is ongoing 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 present-day Frunzensky Radius of the Line 1 approximately at this place. In December 2011 there was started removal of communication utilities from the territory of construction. In October 2012 there were started preliminary works at the construction site of Metro station "Ramenki". According to the resolution of the city government on May 4, 2012, "Ramenki" was supposed to be opened in 2017. But later it was decided to accelerate construction. In early January 2013 there were started pile-drilling works. In early March 2013 began construction of the foundation pit of the future station. On May 31, 2013 there began construction of the 1.189-km long left tunnel from future Metro station "Ramenki" in direction to "Lomonosovsky Prospekt" with using of TBM "Svetlana" ("Herrenknecht S-328") - it was finished on October 30, 2013. On December 17, 2013 there began construction of the 1.191-km long right tunnel between these stations with using same TBM - "Svetlana" ("Herrenknecht S-328"). It's planned to be finished in May 2014. Metro station "Ramenki" is scheduled to be opened in the end of 2015.

The architects of the station are Leonid Borzenkov (project leader), Mikhail Volovich, Sergey Kostikov, Tamara Nagieva, Natalya Soldatova and Vasily Uvarov. "Ramenki" will be shallow two-vaulted station of the column type. The column spacing will be 6 metres. The idea of architectural unity of the Solntsevsky Radius with individual image for each station is based on the same interiors of vestibules and underground platform. There will be areas with thematic drawings on glass illuminated panels with individual colour for each station. These drawings will be also depicted at the part of walls made of glass illuminated panels in vestibules and underpasses. It will contrast with neutral grey colour of other walls made of volumetric glazed ceramic stone and with metal polished surface of ceilings. The theme of drawings will remind about history of district. The abstract silhouettes of trees on a green background will remind about dense oak groves that formerly were situated at the site of present-day Ramenki District. The thematic areas at station will be located at the streamlined surface of the walls of ticket offices and in the ends of vestibules above stairs and escalators. At the underground platform, thematic areas will be located at the sides of columns. From the side of track walls, the columns will be faced with metal multilayer panels with honeycomb filling. There are plans to install platform screen doors (height - 3 m) at the station. Passenger information will be seen on platform screen doors and above the benches for passengers.

The platform of station will be situated along Michurin Avenue, perpendicular to Vinnytsia Street. There will be built two underground vestibules under Michurin Avenue. Both vestibules will be equipped with escalators and elevators for people with reduced mobility. There will be built four exits from southwestern vestibule and three - from northeastern vestibule. All exits to a surface will be covered with a glass constructions.




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SOUTHEASTERN EXTENSION OF THE LINE 7

After opening of two Metro stations ("Lermontovsky Prospekt" and "Zhulebino") on November 9, 2013, the Line 7 is planned to be extended southeast to Kotelniki town in Moscow Region. It's difficult to guess when Metro station "Kotelniki" will be opened due to problems with land ownership and financial losses of "Bamtunnelstroy" construction company as a result of elimination consequences of damaging of tunnels during southeastern extension of the Line 7 from Metro station "Vykhino" to "Zhulebino".

"KOTELNIKI"

"Kotelniki" is a future southeastern terminus of the Line 7 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located near the intersection of 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 for the town in which it will be located. Kotelniki is a town of Moscow Region, located 22 kilometres 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 there was commissioned factory for the production of silica brick near the sand pit. In 1938 Kotelniki was granted status of workers' 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 37.105 inhabitants (2013).

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 were started 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 October 2012 there were started ground works in the microdistrict "Experimental field" at the edge of the town of Kotelniki. In late January 2013 began construction of the foundation pit of Metro station "Kotelniki". On February 14, 2013 there began construction of the 0.849-km long left tunnel from dead ends for turnover of trains beyond Metro station "Zhulebino" in direction to "Kotelniki" with using of TBM "Herrenknecht S-736 EPB-6150" - it was finished on May 12, 2013. On June 25, 2013 there began construction of the 0.831-km long right tunnel from future Metro station "Kotelniki" in direction to dead ends beyond "Zhulebino" with using of same TBM "Herrenknecht S-736 EPB-6150" - it was finished on August 30, 2013.

"Koteliniki" will be shallow two-vaulted station of the column type. There will be built two underground vestibules. Both vestibules will be equipped with escalators and will have exits to the both sides of New Ryazan Highway. The station will be integrated into large transport hub that planned to be built in Kotelniki. Originally Metro station "Kotelniki" was scheduled to be opened in the end of 2013. However, there appeared some difficulties with resettlement of the residents of some low-rise houses in the microdistrict "Experimental field". Also, in 2011, when it became known about plans of Moscow authorities, the territory at the site of planned transport hub (total area - 6 hectares) was purchased by businessman Yakov (Yan) Rovner. Nowadays he demands greater price for repurchasing of this terrirory. In the autumn of 2013, the pace of construction of Metro station "Kotelniki" greatly decreased, workers and technics were transferred to other construction sites. By January 2014, the construction of station was almost stopped. As a result, the opening of Metro station in Kotelniki was rescheduled for end of 2014-2015.




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"TEKHNOPARK"

"Tekhnopark" ("Technology Park") is a planned station on the Line 2 of the Moscow Metro. The station will be located near the Andropov Avenue, in the Nagatinsky Zaton District, Southern Administrative Okrug. It will be built on existing Metro track between stations "Avtozavodskaya" ("Automotive Plant"; opened on January 1, 1943) and "Kolomenskaya" (opened on August 11, 1969) near the Nagatinsky combined auto and Metro bridge (1969).

The station is named for the nearby "Nagatino i-Land" technology park. This complex is located 8 km south of Kremlin, 1.8 km of Third Transport Ring and 100 metres of Andropov Avenue. It being built on the former territories of ZIL automotive plant. The total area is 32 hectares. Prior of 20th century, there were Emperor's hunting lands at this area. On August 2, 1916 there was held solemn service and breaking ground of the AMO (Moscow Automotive Society) automobile factory. On October 1, 1931 the factory changed its name to Stalin Plant (Zavod Imeni Stalina - ZIS). In 1945 there was launched manufacturing of the government's high-end limousine ZIS-110. On June 26, 1956, after Nikita Khrushchev denounced the cult of personality of Joseph Stalin, the name was changed again to Likhachev Plant (Zavod Imeni Likhacheva - ZIL), in honour of its former director Ivan Likhachev (1896-1956). In 1974 a million ZIL-130 truck was assembled. In 2003 there was started preparation and implementation of the project "Moscow city technopark Nagatino i-Land". In 2006 there began first stage of the construction of "Nagatino i-Land". In 2009 there were put into commission the first buildings of the first construction stage of the technology park. On September 14, 2010 there was held ceremonial opening of the first construction stage of "Nagatino i-Land". In 2012 there was started the second construction stage. The second stage is planned to be completed in 2014. The whole complex is planned to be built in five stages. Its construction planned to be finished in 2016.

In 1969, during construction of the "Avtozavodskaya"-"Kolomenskaya" path, there was remained opportunity for construction of Metro station "Park imeni 60-letiya Oktyabrya" ("Park named after 60 Years of October") at this place. However, this station was not built due to lack of necessary - there was no any residential area as well as organisations and enterprises nearby. Only in mid-2000s in Nagatinskaya floodplain, on the former territories of ZIL automotive factory, was began construction of "Nagatino i-Land" - technology park, which will include business centre, hotel, trade centre and few entertainment venues. The idea to build Metro station near the future technology park appeared in 2004. In June 2006 it was planned to build Metro station on the funds of private investors (owners of "Nagatino i-Land"). The date of beginning of construction was constantly put off. In August 2010 city authorities promised to start construction in 2011 and to open station in 2012. In August 2011 the opening was rescheduled for 2016, in May 2012 - for December 2018, in December 2012 - for 2015. In July 2013 was held new contest for construction of station. It was won by "Baltstroy" construction company from St. Petersburg. In September 2013 there were held geodetic researches at the area of future station. In late January 2014 began construction of station.

The first project of Metro station "Tekhnopark" was presented in August 2009. The architects of the station were Alexander Orlov and Alexander Nekrasov. "Tekhnopark" was supposed to be ground-level station of the closed-type with side platforms. However, it was decide to made another project in order to reduce cost of construction. In October 2013 city officials presented new project of this station. According to new project, "Tekhnopark" is supposed to be ground-level station of the open-type with side platforms. It will be built without limitation of the passenger operation on the existing track. This station will be have two ground-level vestibules. The southern vestibule is planned to be equipped with 0.4-km long travelator (for first time in Moscow Metro) that will be lead to the underground areas of technology park.

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NORTHERN EXTENSION OF THE LINE 2

In 2015-2016, city officials have plans to extend the Line 2 to the north with two new Metro stations - "Belomorskaya" and "Khovrino". The length of planned segment is 2.65 km. The new stations will serve local residents as well as residents of the neighboring city of Khimki (population: 221.084 inhabitants) and other cities in Moscow Region.

"BELOMORSKAYA"

"Belomorskaya" ("White Sea") is a future station of the Line 2 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located near the intersection of White Sea Street and Smolnaya Street, in the Levoberezhny District, Northern Administrative Okrug.

The station is named for the nearby 1.4-km long White Sea Street. This street was named on April 18, 1964 due to location in the northern part of city in the honour of White Sea, White Sea–Baltic Canal (constructed in 1931-1933; opened on August 5, 1933) and Belomorsk town (founded in 1938) in Republic of Karelia on the shore of the White Sea. Prior to 1964, this street was known as projected driveway #3670. The White Sea is a southern inlet of the Barents Sea located on the northwest coast of Russia. It is surrounded by Karelia to the west, the Kola Peninsula to the north, and the Kanin Peninsula to the northeast. The whole of the White Sea is under Russian sovereignty and considered to be part of the internal waters of Russia. Administratively, it is divided between Arkhangelsk and Murmansk Regions and the Republic of Karelia. The major port of Arkhangelsk is located on the White Sea. For much of Russia's history this was Russia's main centre of international maritime trade, conducted by the so-called Pomors ("seaside settlers") from Kholmogory. In the modern era it became an important Soviet naval and submarine base. The White Sea-Baltic Canal connects the White Sea with the Baltic Sea. The White Sea is one of four seas named in English after common colour terms - the others being the Black Sea, the Red Sea and the Yellow Sea.

The sea was known to the Novgorod people since at least the 11th century and was rapidly explored because of its commercial significance for navigation and coastal forests rich in fur animals. One of the earliest settlements near the sea shores was established in the late 14th century in Kholmogory, on the Northern Dvina River. From there, in 1492, a merchant fleet laden with grain and carrying ambassadors of Grand Prince of All Russia Ivan III (1440-1505) sailed to Denmark, marking the establishment of the first international seaport in Russia. The first foreign ship to arrive in Kholmogory was the English "Edward Bonaventure" commanded by Richard Chancellor. Together with two other ships under the command of Hugh Willoughby, they were seeking a northern route to the Indies, especially India and China. The expedition was sponsored by King Edward VI (1537-1553) and a group of about 240 English merchants and was authorised to establish trade connections. The ships of Willoughby were separated and the other two were lost at sea, but "Edward Bonaventure" managed to pass the White Sea and reach Kholmogory, from where Chancellor was escorted to Moscow to meet the Russian Tsar, Ivan the Terrible (1530-1584). Returning from Russia in 1554, Chancellor brought a detailed description of Moscow and the Russian north, which were largely unknown to Europe, as well as a letter from the Tsar expressing desire to establish trade relations with England. In 1555, Queen Mary (1516-1558) issued a charter authorising the Muscovy Company to trade with Russia via the White Sea route. The English ships were soon followed by Dutch, and the port of Kholmogory became busy with shipments of fur and fish. Local and foreign shops and factories were established in the city at that time. The port was reinforced with a fortress which sustained a siege by the Polish-Lithuanian aggressors in 1613. Increasing traffic was overloading the port, which was standing on shallow river waters and had a limited ship capacity. However, instead of expanding the old port, a new one, called New Kholmogory, was founded on the sea shores in 1584 and later became the city of Arkhangelsk. Between the 15th and early 18th centuries, the White Sea provided the major trade route to Russia. This role decreased later with the foundation of Saint Petersburg, which opened a more favorable connection via the Baltic Sea. From the 1920s, most Russian sea shipments were diverted from the White Sea to the new port of Murmansk, where the waters did not freeze in winter. The sea hosts more than 700 species of invertebrates, about 60 species of fish, and 5 species of marine mammals. The fishing industry is relatively small, mostly targeting harp seal, ringed seal, herring, saffron cod, European smelt, Atlantic cod and Atlantic salmon. There is a developing seaweed industry. The White Sea is an important traffic centre of northwestern Russia, interconnecting various economic regions and providing an outlet to the foreign routes. The White Sea–Baltic Canal links it through Onega Lake to the Baltic Sea and the major city and port of Saint Petersburg. The Baltic Sea, in turn, is connected by the Volga–Baltic Waterway to the Volga River, Black, Caspian, and Azov seas. The major ports on the White Sea are Arkhangelsk, Belomorsk, Kandalaksha, Kem, Mezen, Onega, Severodvinsk and Umba. Despite being frozen in winter, the sea remains navigable all year around because of deployment of icebreakers.

The northwestern extension of the Line 2 from Metro station "Sokol" was planned in 1938. There were plans to extend the Line 2 along Leningrad Highway to the future Metro station "Khimki". However, the construction of Metro station "Belomorskaya" was not planned back then. In 1947 were confirmed plans of 1938 for northwestern extension of the Line 2. In 1957 Metro station named "Belomorskaya Ulitsa" ("White Sea Street") appeared in the official plans. In 1959 the Council of Ministers of the USSR approved plan for construction of Metro lines for next seven years (1959-1965). On December 31, 1964, according to this plan, the Line 2 was extended northwest with three stations - "Voykovskaya" ("Pyotr Voykov"), "Vodny Stadion" ("Water Stadium") and "Rechnoy Vokzal" ("River Terminal"). According to the plan of 1970, the Line 2 was supposed be extended to the railway station "Levoberezhnaya". In 1973 there appeared perspective scheme where were marked three planned stations - "Belomorskaya" ("White Sea"), "Ulitsa Dybenko" ("Dybenko Street") and "Levoberezhnaya" ("Left-Bank"). In 1978 it was decided to postpone construction of this segment in order to accelerate construction of the Line 9. In 1990s city authorities refused from construction of Metro station "Levoberezhnaya". So, at the perspective scheme of 1998 Metro station "Ulitsa Dybenko" was marked as future northwestern terminus of the Line 2.

In November 2007 it was reported that in 2015 the Line 2 will be extended to the Levoberezhny and Khovrino Districts. In June 2011 new Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin informed that the opening of two future Metro stations is planned for 2014-2017. In 2011 was planned to open these stations in 2016, in May 2012 this opening was rescheduled for December 2019, in December 2012 - for December 2014, on January 31, 2013 - for mid-2015. On January 31, 2013 the project of the northern extension of the Line 2 was approved by city authorities. In late May 2013 there were held geodetic researches at the area of future Metro station "Belomorskaya". In September 2013 there were started preliminary works at the construction site of Metro station "Belomorskaya" by "Stroygazconsulting Group of Companies". The construction works are planned to be started in early 2014. This extension should to improve transport communication in the adjacent territories of Moscow and Moscow Region near Leningrad Highway.

"Belomorskaya" will be shallow three-vaulted station of the column type. There will be built two underground vestibules. The southern vestibule will be linked with platform of station by stairs and elevators for people with reduced mobility while northern vestibule will be equipped with escalators. The station will be faced with white stone and colored stones of domestic origin. There are plans to decorate track walls with large panels with images of famous Solovetsky Monastery (UNESCO World Heritage Site) that situated on the Solovetsky Islands in the White Sea, Arkhangelsk Region.

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"KHOVRINO"

"Khovrino" is a future northwestern terminus of the Line 2 of the Moscow Metro. It will be located near the intersection of Dybenko Street and Zelenograd Street, not so far from Moscow Automobile Ring Road beltway (MKAD) and October Railway, in the Khovrino District, Northern Administrative Okrug.

The station is named for Khovrino District (population: 81.109 thousand inhabitants in 2010) in which it will be located. The project name of this station was "Ulitsa Dybenko" ("Dybenko Street") - for the nearby 1.4-km long Dybenko Street. This street was named on April 18, 1964 in the honour of Russian Revolutionary and a leading Soviet officer Pavel Dybenko (1889-1938). However, on September 24, 2013 the Government of Moscow made decision to rename future station in order to avoid political disputes.

The name of Khovrino is derived from a former settlement, known since the 15th century. In 15th century many immigrants from neighboring countries came to live and work in Russia. Some of them achieved known status at the court of Grand Prince of Moscow. The one of them was Stefan Vasilyevich who came to Moscow from Surozh (now Crimean town of Sudak) at the turn of 14th-15th centuries. His son Grigory was nicknamed "khovra" that means "untidy, uncleanly man". The surname of Khovrin was derived from this nickname. Grigory's son, Vladimir Khovrin was granted to noble status. The settlement of Khovrino near the Likhoborka River was ownership of Khovrin noble dynasty. It was firstly mentioned in 1585. In 19th century, Khovrino was owned by manufacturers Grachyovs. In 1840-1850 there was laid Grachyov Park. During WWII, there was located hospital. On August 17, 1960 the settlement of Khovrino was included into boundaries of Moscow. It was part of the Leningradsky District prior to 1991. On September 12, 1991 was established municipal okrug Khovrino of the Northern 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 northwestern extension of the Line 2 from Metro station "Sokol" was planned in 1938. There were plans to extend the Line 2 along Leningrad Highway to the future Metro station "Khimki". However, the construction of Metro station "Khovrino" was not planned back then because Dybenko Street wasn't existed and Khovrino was far suburb of Moscow in pre-WWII times. In 1947 were confirmed plans of 1938 for northwestern extension of the Line 2. In 1957 Metro station named "Belomorskaya Ulitsa" ("White Sea Street") was appeared in official plans for first time. There were no plans to extend the Line 2 further in direction to Khovrino back then. In 1959 the Council of Ministers of the USSR approved plan for construction of Metro lines for next seven years (1959-1965). On December 31, 1964, according to this plan, the Line 2 was extended northwest with three stations - "Voykovskaya" ("Pyotr Voykov"), "Vodny Stadion" ("Water Stadium") and "Rechnoy Vokzal" ("River Terminal"). According to the plan of 1970, the Line 2 was supposed be extended to the railway station "Levoberezhnaya". In 1973 there appeared perspective scheme where were marked three planned stations - "Belomorskaya" ("White Sea"), "Ulitsa Dybenko" ("Dybenko Street") and "Levoberezhnaya" ("Left-Bank"). In 1978 it was decided to postpone construction of this segment in order to accelerate construction of the Line 9. In 1990s city authorities refused from construction of Metro station "Levoberezhnaya". So, at the perspective scheme of 1998 Metro station "Ulitsa Dybenko" was marked as future northwestern terminus of the Line 2.

In November 2007 it was reported that in 2015 the Line 2 will be extended to the Levoberezhny and Khovrino Districts. In June 2011 new Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin informed that the opening of two future Metro stations is planned for 2014-2017. In 2011 was planned to open these stations in 2016, in May 2012 this opening was rescheduled for December 2019, in December 2012 - for December 2014, on January 31, 2013 - for mid-2015. On January 31, 2013 the project of the northern extension of the Line 2 was approved by city authorities. In late May 2013 there were held geodetic researches at the area of future Metro station "Khovrino". In July 2013 there were started preliminary works at the construction site of Metro station "Khovrino" by "Stroygazconsulting Group of Companies". In September 2013 began construction of station. There are plans to start construction of the right tunnel from "Khovrino" in direction to "Belomorskaya" in February 2014. There will be used TBM "Viktoriya" ("Herrenknecht S-791") for this purpose.

"Khovrino" will be shallow two-vaulted station of the column type. There will be built two underground vestibules which will be linked with underpasses under Dybenko Street. Both vestibules will be equipped with escalators. The northern vestibule will be integrated with large transport hub that planned to be built near this station. The southern vestibule will be linked with underpass under Dybenko Street.


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I heard that Omsk metro project in now stopped. Is that true?
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I heard that Omsk metro project in now stopped. Is that true?
Omsk City Hall wanted to build fast tram instead metro to save down costs
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Any maps or renders of that new project?
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Wow, some reason after all? That's great news.
I suppose they dumped that meaningless 2-car light-metro project by Mostovik.
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Any maps or renders of that new project?
Stations will be at the same location, plus they add new tram stop at Gerzena Plaza:



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Couldn't they build it as a regular tram but with priority (green always when tram approaching traffic lights)?
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