These stations belonging to the Arbat-Pokrovskaya line, became the 178th, 179th and 180th in a row. Due to the commissioning of this site Arbat-Pokrovskaya line will start transport service of one of the most densely populated areas of the capital - Mitino. Residents Mitino - one of the most remote areas of Moscow - waiting for the subway 15 years. Construction began in the late 1980s, but it was closed down for a long time.
Station "Myakinino" unique - firstly it is the first station, which is located in the Moscow region, and secondly it is built on private investors: the shopping center "Crocus City».
The station has three of the lobby, which will provide two outputs directly on the pavement, two outs in the underground pedestrian crossings and two outs in the nadulichnye transitions connected to the exhibition halls.
Until the last moment it was not clear whether the station will open on time, and it was assumed that it can be put into operation after the onset of 2010.
The train station should Shchelkovskaya - now it is the longest line Moscow metro, about 44 km
On the way from "Myakinino" to "Volokolamskaya" train rides on the open metro bridge over the Moscow River. It is made of metal and glass, in this form it will be in harmony with the future development of the surrounding area.
Volokolamskaya station - the next station on the site Mitinskoe.
The height of the arch - 8 meters, column spacing - 9 meters. Columns and arch height in combination with an arched design give the station a feeling of spaciousness and openness.
"Volokolamskaya" marble and granite.
To celebrate the launch of new stations, subway released two new types of tickets. They depict the lobby of the station "Volokolamskaya" and "Mitino". In the picture - Ground lobby.
Construction of the station "Volokolamskaya" was started in the early 90s. In the picture - the slope of the escalator.
Mitino - end station Arbat-Pokrovskaya line of the Moscow metro
Station "Mitino" made, as they say, no frills. Making the station is very concise and practical.
Vaulted ceilings, white walls, black marble on the floor.
Tunnel toward Volokolamsk.
In the picture - fotoblogger Maxim Makzer and D.V.Gaev, head of the Moscow Metro