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A new station has opened on the Moscow Underground: Novokosino is now the final stop on Kalininskaya Line, connecting the Moscow Region to the centre of the capital. The station is equipped with elevators and panduses for disabled passengers.

Metro (Underground/ Tube) is an alternative to the ground public transport. It is a quick way to get to another part of a city. No traffic jams and only two-and-a-half-minute break between trains during the daytime. Here Russia-InfoCentre presents metro line maps for the largest Russian cities: Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Samara, Kazan, and Volgograd. This can help you to plan your journey and to select the best out of all possible routes to get to your destination.


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