Park Pobedy and Delovoi Tsentr stations of the Moscow Metro’s yellow line to be closed for ten days

Park Pobedy and Delovoi Tsentr stations of the Moscow Metro’s yellow line to be closed for ten days
This temporary station closure is related to the opening of three new stations – Ramenki, Minskaya and Lomonosovsky Prospekt.

A section of the Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line will be closed for ten days. Traffic will be suspended between Park Pobedy and Delovoi Tsentr stations until 28 December due to bringing the new stations on the yellow line into operation.

Delovoi Tsentr and Park Pobedy stations have been temporarily closed for passengers. The tunnel connecting Delovoi Tsentr and Vystavochnaya stations will also be closed. Park Pobedy station on the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya Line will be closed, but trains will still run through it without stopping.   

Ten days is required to install the technical equipment and to conduct test runs prior to the opening of the Park Pobedy-Ramenki section for service.

Passengers can use the adjacent metro lines, the Moscow Central Ring or the city’s ground transit.

The new section of the Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line is scheduled for opening before the New Year. Construction works at Ramenki, Minskaya and Lomonosovsky Prospekt stations are to be complete soon and several facilities are ready for service, said Deputy Moscow Mayor for Urban Development and Construction Marat Khusnullin.