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Metro station Seligerskaya to be opened in Moscow next year
17.06.2013 09:56
Metro station Seligerskaya to be opened in Moscow next year

The metro station Seligerskaya in the North of Moscow may be launched in exploitation in the end of 2014, claimed the Moscow authorities.


The station Seligerskaya is a new one on the Lublinsko- Dmitrovskaya line, it is located on the crossing of Korovinskoye and Dmitrovskoye highways. The new section of the Lublinsko- Dmitrovskaya line includes the metro stations Butyrskaya, Fonvizinskaya, Petrovsko-Razumovskaya, Okruzhnaya, Verkhniye Likhobory and Seligerskaya. The total length of Lublinsko- Dmitrovskaya line will become more than 10 km. Currently Seligerskaya station is considered the terminal one, though in the future it may be followed by one more station, what can be decided after 2020 if the city will attract investments, said the city authorities. 


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Metro Moscow    

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