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Two New Metro Stations in Moscow Affiliated Territories
26.10.2012 10:27
Two New Metro Stations in Moscow Affiliated Territories
http://www.rb.ru/article/moskovskoe-metro-gotovo-postroit-lish-dve-novye-vetki/5244847.html

In a couple of years, Moscow's legendary underground railway will grow bigger for two new metro stations - "Troparyovo" and "Rumyantsevo" on the Sokolnicheskaya line. The construction's start was given on October 22 by Moscow governor.

      The new stations are expected to open for passengers in December 2014. The "Troparyovo" station is the most necessary for citizens of the "Tyoply Stan" district, who are currently suffering from the overladen "Yugo-Zapadnaya" station. The "Rumyantsevo" station will reach so-called "New Moscow" territories which were recently affiliated to Moscow. It will appear near a business centre of the same name.




Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Moscow Metro Moscow metro stations Moscow Moscow transport  

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