Russian city Samara plans to build a metro
Discussions on amendments to the General Plan of the city, which provides for the construction of the 3rd metro line, have ended in Samara.
“The draft amendments to the General Plan were prepared to clarify the provisions of the document and bring it into line with the current requirements in the field of urban planning legislation,” commented Sergey Shanov, Head of the Department of Urban Planning of Samara.
The new Master Plan designates the third metro line. It will pass from moskovsky Highway, through Gagarin Street, Partizanskaya Street, Verkhne-Kariernaya Street, then across the Samara River, along the Southern Highway to Dolotny Lane. The stations will be located near the intersection of Moskovsky Highway, Karl Marx and Gagarin Avenues, at the intersection of Partizanskaya and Aerodromnaya streets, as well as in the village of Tolevy. The final station of the site is planned to be located at the intersection of Pugachevsky Tract with Dolotny Lane.
Part of the third line will be held in tunnels along the Southern Highway, two underground stations will open for passengers. Most of the route will become above-ground, and a metro bridge will be built across the Samara River.
Recall that in mid-December of this year, the Governor of the Nizhny Novgorod region Gleb Nikitin presented Valentina Matvienko with projects for the development of the region.
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