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Moscow Metro Projects

by Yuri Popov (updated in September 2016)

The City of Moscow currently boasts the largest and most ambitious metro construction program in Europe.  With a dozen of extensions under construction, the expansion pace of the Moscow Metro is unparalleled on the continent.  The city rather than the federal government is paying for the majority of construction, and funding has steadily increased over the last decade.  Currently, Moscow Metro construction budget exceeds three billion dollars per year.  All construction funding is spent on regular heavy-rail metro.  As of the time of this writing, the projected schedule of new station openings is as follows:

December 2016 -- Line 8:  stations "Minskaya", "Lomonosovskiy Prospekt", and "Ramenki"

2017 -- Line 13:  stations "Petrovskiy Park" (transfer to Line 2), "TsSKA", "Khoroshevskaya" (transfer to Line 7), and "Shelepikha"

2017 -- Line 10:  stations "Okruzhnaya", "Verkhniye Likhobory", and "Seligerskaya"

2017 -- Line 2:  stations "Belomorskaya" and "Khovrino"

2017 -- Line 8:  stations "Michurinskiy Prospekt", "Ochakovo", "Govorovo", and "Solntsevo"

2018 -- Line 13:  stations "Nekrasovka", "Lukhmanovskaya", "Ulitsa Dmitriyevskogo", "Kosino" (transfer to Line 7), "Yugo-Vostochnaya", "Okskaya Ulitsa", "Stakhanovskaya", "Nizhegorodskaya Ulitsa", "Aviamotornaya" (transfer to Line 8), "Lefortovo", and "Rubtsovskaya" (transfer to Line 3)

2018 -- Line 8:  stations "Borovskoye Shosse", "Novoperedelkino", and "Rasskazovka"

2018 -- Line 13:  station "Nizhniaya Maslovka" (transfer to Line 9)

2018 -- Line 13:  station "Delovoy Tsentr" (transfer to Lines 4 and 8)

2018 -- Line 13:  stations "Ulitsa Narodnogo Opolcheniya" and "Nizhniye Mnevniki"

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