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From a technical point of view, this will be the most difficult construction site of metro in Moscow.
Builders working on options for the connection of the Kalinin and solntsevsky radius of the metro in the city centre, said Deputy Mayor of Moscow on urban policy and construction Andrey Bochkarev.
“We analyzed the situation and are working on the prospects of the connection. We have one project, but we are considering other opportunities as well as Refine the location of future stations,” he said.
According to Andrey Bochkarev, the connection Kalinin and solntsevsky radius is necessary, but about how and when work will begin, yet.
The head of construction said that from a technical point of view, this will be the most difficult construction site of the metro in Moscow, but the city has all the necessary forces and technical means for the implementation of this project.
“We need to study the hydrogeological situation, there is very flooded soils, and to think through the scheme of organization of road traffic in the city centre at the time of construction. In addition, the challenge is not to close the existing stations in the sinking area of the future plot. All of this requires very thorough preparation,” explained the Deputy Mayor.
It is assumed that the Central section of the yellow line will include a station “Plyuschikha”, “approved” and “Dorogomilovsky”. The kalininsko-Solntsevskaya line will be formed as a result of joining the existing Kalinin (from “Novokosino” to “Tretyakovskaya”) to the construction of the Western section of the Solntsevskaya line (from the “Business center” to “Rasskazovka”). In 2022, the site is planned to be extended to Vnukovo airport. Updated the yellow metro line will connect the Eastern, Central and remote South-Western areas of the city.
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