First section of second Moscow Metro Ring Line, almost finished

Moscow Metro-map_mapThe first section of the Moscow metro’s planned second ring line is more than halfway to completion, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said. This first section will extend more than 12 kilometers, Sobyanin said, from the station Delovoi Tsentr — not to be confused with the adjoining Yellow Line station of the same name — to station Nizhnyaya Maslovka, traversing six stations in all.
The city plans to have the nearly 60-kilometer-long second ring line, with a total of 28 new stations, completed by 2020.
As part of the ongoing metro expansion, Moscow will open eight new metro stations this year, Deputy Mayor Marat Khusnullin announced, informs.


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