The Moscow metro system will get 25 new km this year
In 2020, the capital of Russian will get 25 more km of the tunnels for its metro system. According to Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin, despite the limitations, that the construction of the metro encountered due to the pandemic, the process continues, and all metro stations will be constructed in time. The process should not be interrupted because it is the most important transport object for Moscow and its citizens.
At present, the Eastern part of the Large Circle Line with a length of 11 km is under construction. The majority of the tunnels are double-track tunnels and will be constructed with the TMB with a diameter of more than 10 m. The tunneling of 42 km is planned for this year, and 14 km have already been completed. The operation will start next year for 25 km long in total sections.
At the beginning of May of 2020, the tunneling of the double-track tunnel began from the station Klenovy Bulvar to Kashirskaya. The works implemented by the China-made TBM Pobeda will have been carried out by the end of October 2020.
The construction of the Eastern section of the Large Circle Line with future four stations Klenpvy Bulvar, Nagatinsky Zaton, Pechatniki, and Tekstilshiki began in 2017. The length of the double-track section is 11.4 km.
The design of the station Klenovy Bulvar was planned with the matter of the station Kolomenskoe being close. The chosen route puts Klenovy Bulvar outside of the local park, and the tunnels don’t come close to the historical objects.
The next section from Kashirskaya station to Nizegorodskaya is planned to be completed by 2022. Since 2011, Moscow has received 301.4 km of the metro lines, 145 stations have opened.
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