Four stations of the Sokolnicheskaya metro line will be closed in Moscow on June 4–6: Prokshino, Filatov Lug, Olkhovaya and Kommunarka. Because of this, traffic in the southwest of the capital is limited – priority will be given to ground urban transport.
Metro stations will resume their normal work on July 7 at 5:30. They are closed to enter the reverse dead end – it is needed to change the direction of movement of the rolling stock. “Entering a new turnaround will provide additional opportunities for maneuvering trains on this section of the Sokolnicheskaya line,” the metro press service explained. A compensation route for land transport will operate for passengers.
“We draw the attention of motorists that traffic will be limited in the south-west of the capital – priority will be given to urban land transport … For unhindered passage of compensation routes and routes in the Moscow Region, the Traffic Management Center will physically isolate 7.8 km of allocated lanes,” the data center said in a statement.
From July 4 to July 6, a section of the Sokolnicheskaya line from st. Filatov Lug to Kommunarka. Buses will take passengers, they are a priority. Movement change patterns: https://t.co/IGn4qEmuT5.
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The lanes will be isolated on the access road to the Salaryevo PSC, the Solntsevo-Butovo-Vidnoye section of the highway and on the Kaluga Highway understudy. Traffic will be limited “for priority urban traffic” on the understudy of Solntsevo-Butovo-Vidnoye highway and on Projected passage No. 905. Parking will not be allowed on the Salaryevskaya Street section. Detailed restriction schemes are published on the Moscow Transport website.