Solving the problem with the ground at the metro station to Zhulebino stationOctober 20, 2017
According to a representative of the Moscow Construction Department, Dmitry Dorofeev, water-saturated soils will not adversely affect the work of the Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya metro line. She stretched from Vykhino to Zhulebino.
The opening on the line of the stations Zhulebino and Lermontovsky Prospect was planned in early September of this year. But at the end of August, the committee on urban planning policy and construction in Moscow announced that the stations would be put into operation no earlier than October.
The delay in opening stations is due to various objective reasons. In June, during the implementation of inter-tunneling sinking, water-saturated soil was removed. The problem was eliminated and did not adversely affect the operation of the tunnels.
Many tunnels of the Moscow subway are located just in similar saturated water soils.
Currently, the main work is completed. Began to export the balance of tools, as well as carrying out commissioning. It is being checked Mosgosstorojnadzor.
The length of this metro line will be 6.6 kilometers. Three stations will be located on it: “Lermontovsky Prospect”, “Zhulebino” and “Kotelniki”. On this line, the arrangement of the largest transport hub in the Moscow Region is also planned. An overpass will be erected for convenient access from Novoryazansky highway.
Almost the entire population of the surrounding areas will live within walking distance to the metro line. Journey time to the subway will be reduced by 20 minutes.