MOSCOW
KEY PERFOMANCE INDICATORS

In 2010-2018, the city continued to develop steadily and posted positive changes in various areas, including demography, the economy, the quality of the local infrastructure plus the living standards
77.9 years
average life expectancy in Moscow
is 3.8 years more on 2010
129 centres
opened in Moscow, and they provide 170 government services, with extraterritorial services accounting for 98 percent
over 1.7 million
people were covered by targeted
social care programmes in 2013-2017
3.7-fold
increase in high-tech medical treatment volumes since 2010. In 2017, 120,000 patients received such treatment, as compared to 35,000 in 2011

Ambulances respond in 12.4 minutes to routine calls, and the 2010 response time was 17.5 minutes
Over 12 million people obtained online medical appointments in 2017. In all, city residents can obtain 222 online services, with 75 percent of local residents obtaining online government services
Over 12 million people obtained online medical appointments in 2017. In all, city residents can obtain 222 online services, with 75 percent of local residents obtaining online government services
Improvements
1810 hectares

area of improvement projects
Since 2011, the city has improved almost 22,000 local courtyards, 550 parks and green zones,
as well as 327 streets
1,810 hectares: area of improvement projects
Since 2011, the city has improved almost 22,000 local courtyards, 550 parks and green zones, as well as 327 streets
Tverskaya Zastava
Bolshoi Spasoglinishchevsky
Sadovaya-Karetnaya Street
Khokhlovskaya Square
Tverskaya Street
Transport
71 metro
and MCC stations built
in 2011-2018
Education

>1,000 000
people use the electronic record and mark book system monthly
Development venues
Development venues
Various city development venues have one thing in common: they stipulate specific tasks, they are result-oriented and benefit the maximum number of people
Various city development venues have one thing in common: they stipulate specific tasks, they are result-oriented and benefit the maximum number of people
Tourism
21 million people
Over the past 7 years, the number of tourists has increased by 65 percent, from 12.8 million to 21 million people. City revenues from tourism, festivals and cultural events have soared by 70 percent. A new navigation system has been introduced for the convenience of city residents and tourists: signs and markers are currently available in eight administrative areas as well as at every bus stop
Social care and assistance
430 billion roubles
The social-sector funding has almost doubled on 2011. In 2018, 430 billion roubles were allocated for social care and assistance projects. Apart from cash payments, the city implements other projects that make life easier. For example, 85 percent of buses, trolleybuses and trams are adapted for people with disabilities and to add to this the Exciting Activities for Senior Citizens project has been launched.
Environment
90 thousand trees
Since 2013, the city has planted over 90,000 trees and 1.9 million shrubs under the One Million Trees project. The air is becoming cleaner: Nitrogen oxide and carbon oxide emissions are down 20 and 30 percent, respectively, and those of tiny particles have decreased by an average of ten percent. And tap water no longer reeks of chlorine.
Parks and green zones
550 parks
Since 2011, the city has improved 550 parks and green territories, including the creation of 259 new parks. In 2017, 113 green zones were improved. There are plans to still improve 84 parks before the year is out. Trees and shrubs cover 49 percent of the city's area.
Construction
21.2 million
The city no longer implements high-density (infill) construction projects, and construction of properties with an area of 21.2 million square metres has been cancelled. New hospitals, schools and kindergartens, transport interchanges and metro stations appear each year.
Science and innovations
34 technoparks
The city has established 33 technology parks accommodating thousands of small and medium-sized innovation companies. 39 industrial complexes prioritizing innovation development have been registered. 12 technology parks for children are being developed at local universities, offering classes for school children.
Trade
96.6%
The number of weekend markets has increased ten-fold. Since early 2018, there are 102 market places. Over 4,000 illegal trading facilities have been dismantled during the past five years, a standard system for siting kiosks has been drafted, and a 96.6-percent outlet-accessibility coefficient is now posted.
Economy and business
76.6%
Since 2011, the city has improved 550 parks and green territories, including the creation of 259 new parks. In 2017, 113 green zones were improved. There are plans to still improve 84 parks before the year is out. Trees and shrubs cover 49 percent of the city's area.
Sports
93 facilities
Since 2011, the city has opened over 90 new sports facilities, and the number of city residents preferring a healthy lifestyle has doubled. During the summer of 2018, Moscow hosted the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Luzhniki Stadium was renovated in the run-up to the event, and home stadiums for Spartak and CSKA were also built.
Culture
42 facilities
In the past few years, Moscow built 42 new cultural facilities and restored over 1,000 architectural landmarks, including the Arch of Triumph on Kutuzovsky Prospekt, the Pashkov House, the Gnessin School of Music, the Izvestia building, Helikon Opera and many others as well.
Building and courtyard
21,875 yards
By 2015, the city renovated 105,900 residential-building entrances and sections and replaced 29,500 lifts in apartment houses. In all, 21,875 courtyards were improved in 2011-2016. Parking space volumes tripled, and 17,353 new playgrounds and 4,487 sports facilities were installed.
The city is posting a natural population increase for the first time since the 1980s. Almost 2 million Moscow residents help run the city, new parks are opening in central Moscow, and the city hosts world-class sports championships
The city is posting a natural population increase for the first time since the 1980s. Almost 2 million Moscow residents help run the city, new parks are opening in central Moscow, and the city hosts world-class sports championships
LEARN HOW THE CITY CHANGED
Panoramic photos of Moscow in the past five years
City projects
City projects
Moscow pioneered the development of key city-life aspects. Other Russian cities utilise the capital's experience in implementing city-level projects to create a people-friendly urban environment, to modernise the transport sector and to implement IT projects at local schools
Moscow pioneered the development of key city-life aspects. Other Russian cities utilise the capital's experience in implementing city-level projects to create a people-friendly urban environment, to modernise the transport sector and to implement IT projects at local schools
How experts rate Moscow?
Moscow's achievements:
city awards and places in international rankings