Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas are the most rapidly developing territory of Moscow

Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas are the most rapidly developing territory of Moscow
Photo by the Mayor and Moscow Government Press Service.
The population of Moscow’s Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas will soar five times over by 2035, reaching 1.6 million.

In the past five years, the city has built a metro line to the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas, as well as over 11 million square metres of buildings and has also created 100,000 jobs there. By 2035, the newly incorporated territories will be in no way inferior to Old Moscow’s administrative areas.

Sergei Sobyanin inspected the new territories on the fifth anniversary of their being incorporated into Moscow. During his trip, he opened a new school, an overpass at the 33rd kilometre of the Moscow Railway’s Kiev Line, inspected an upgraded square near the town of Moskovsky’s Palace of Culture and congratulated employees of a pharmaceutical plant in the Krasnopakhorskoye rural town on the company’s 10th anniversary.

The city will continue to develop its newly incorporated territories. “We will create jobs, build new good-quality housing and improve the neighbourhoods. We will build eight large thematic parks here,” Mr Sobyanin noted during his visit.

The Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas were established on 1 July 2012. They include the Troitsk and Shcherbinka city areas and 19 rural districts and towns located on an area of 148,000 hectares. Moscow’s land area increased 2.5 times as a result.

A large-scale programme has been drafted to develop the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas. In the past five years, the population of these new areas has increased by 40 percent to 347,800. In all, 100,000 jobs have been created. Also, there is no shortage of accommodation at kindergartens, and seven new outpatient clinics have been built. Six area schools rank among the city’s top 300 schools.

In all, 153,000 veterans, people with disabilities and families with many children receive social benefits in line with city standards.

Over 11 million square metres of buildings have been built in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas, 14 parks and public gardens have been improved, and 30 new bus routes have been opened. A new metro line extension with the Rumyantsevo and Salaryevo metro stations has been built.

Under the General Plan for the Reconstruction of Moscow, the population of the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas is to increase five times by 2035: from 350,000 in 2017 to 1.6 million. The number of jobs is to increase 5.5-fold: from 200,000 to 1.1 million. All general plan parametres are based on these indicators.

Looking into the future: development of the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas

The general plan hinges on four main principles for developing the newly incorporated territories: comprehensiveness, polycentrism, earlier-than-planned infrastructure development and environmental friendliness.

Residents of new districts in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas will be able to live, work, study and relax within the areas. The social facilities will be located within walking distance of their homes. The so-called growth points or centres for production, business and social activity, will make it possible to reduce shuttle migration volumes. For these purposes, housing will be built either simultaneously with the transport systems, utility mains and social facilities or just after installation. Numerous local green areas will make it possible to build nice parks and leisure/recreational areas.

Social infrastructure, nature areas, restoring cultural landmarks

The Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas will be developed under new principles for creating a people-friendly cityscape, including:

  • new city blocks, dividing inner courtyards and public spaces (streets) and creating a systematised urban infrastructure;
  • people-friendly cityscape and introducing diverse architectural solutions;
  • higher density, new social infrastructure, retail outlets, recreation areas and places of work within walking distance from local residential areas;
  • new multifunctional housing developments with retail and other street-level services;
  • environmentally friendly construction projects;
  • preserving and improving nature areas.

By 2035, there will be about 100 cultural, leisure and recreational facilities, about 320 new kindergartens, 170 schools and 125 medical facilities, including outpatient clinics, a hospital in Kommunarka and a maternity clinic.

The general plan notes the boundaries of specially protected nature areas, lists water protection zones, shoreline, protective and waterfront sections for preserving the areas’ landscapes and biodiversity. Environmental reclamation projects call for protecting the valleys of small rivers, reclaiming solid waste sites and restoring damaged forests.

There are also plans to protect and restore over 180 cultural heritage landmarks, including the Ostafyevo, Valuyevo, Voronovo and other estates. Historical-cultural and tourist/recreational centres will be established at these estates.

Developing the transport infrastructure, roads and streets

By 2035, there will be 72 kilometres of metro lines, 33 metro stations and four train maintenance facilities.

The metro’s Sokolnicheskaya Line will be extended towards the town of Moskovsky and Sosenskoye (Kommunarka) township, and the Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line will reach the village of Rasskazovka in the rural district of Vnukovskoye and airport Vnukovo. Another line will link the rural district of Ryazanovskoye with districts in the Southern Administrative Area, including Zapadnoye (Western) and Vostochnoye (Eastern) Biryulyovo and Nagatinsky Zaton. The new Ulitsa Novatorov-Stolbovo Line will also be built.

Commuter trains will not be overlooked. Additional mainline capacity will be built along the Moscow Railway’s Kiev Line, and existing tracks will be upgraded on the Kursk Line.

There are plans to modernise a section of the Moscow Railway’s Greater Ring and to build additional stations or platforms, including those between the Kokoshkino and Kryokshino stations on the Kiev Line and between the Shcherbinka and Silikatnaya stations on the Moscow Railway’s Kursk Line. The grounds around the stations will be improved. Pedestrian underpasses and overpasses, as well as park-and-ride facilities and bus stops, will also be built.

Surface transit will continue to be developed. The city is establishing new bus routes and new bus maintenance facilities. Tram routes, including fast tram routes, are being built, and 25 transit links/hubs are also under construction.

The route length of local roads and streets will increase from 1,461 kilometres to 2,088 kilometres. Lateral roads will be built. New radial routes will be built and old ones reconstructed, including the Kaluzhskoye, Kievskoye and Varshavskoye motorways. The city will build numerous transport interchanges and overpasses across railway racks. Another major transport project calls for building a 44.6-kilometre section of the Central Ring Road around Moscow.

Main transport infrastructure construction parametres in the newly incorporated territories

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Results of the first five-year plan


A metro line has opened in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas, ranking among the construction industry’s main achievements. Rumyantsevo and Salaryevo, the two new stations on the Sokolnicheskaya Line, were opened in 2016.

Road construction is underway. In May 2017, the city completed the first stage of upgrading Kaluzhskoye Motorway, the main route in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas. In all, 26 kilometres of new roads were built, plus three bridges across the Sosenka River, four overpasses, three underpasses and six pedestrian crossings. The city has also completed and upgraded four more roads with a total route length of 14.5 kilometres, namely, sections of the Rasskazovka-Moskovsky, Mamyri-Salaryevo, Borovskoye Motorway-Gorkogo Street and Tsentralnaya Street in Kommunarka. Two overpasses have been built across the Moscow Railway’s Kiev Line near Kokoshkino and also across the Kursk Line near Shcherbinka. There are plans to open five transport infrastructure facilities with a total length of 18.2 kilometres, including sections of the Borovskoye Motorway-Botakovo village road and a road linking Zheleznodorozhnaya railway station with the Moscow Region’s border. Akademika Semyonova Street has been extended, and an overpass built in the rural district of Pervomaiskoye. And an overpass has been built over the tracks at the 36th kilometre of the Moscow Railway’s Kiev Line near Kryokshino station.

Roads with a total route length of 95 kilometres are currently being built in the administrative areas. And an overpass is being built across the tracks at the 25th kilometre of the Moscow Railway’s Kiev Line near Vnukovo station.

The city has built 47 social facilities since 2012, including 30 kindergartens and preschools for 6,100 children, ten schools for 9,674 students and seven outpatient clinics for 1,710 visits per shift.

The city has invested over 700 billion roubles in both areas’ housing construction and attendant infrastructure. In the past five years, over 11 million square metres of buildings, including 8.6 million square metres of housing, have been built with city funding.

The most important projects include:

  • the Comcity office park near the Moscow Ring Road (MKAD) and Rumyantsevo metro station employing 12,000 people;
  • Food City agricultural centre/multirole shopping and wholesale mall, business and entertainment centre near the village Mamyri employing 13,800 people;
  • the K-2 business park on Kaluzhskoye Motorway employing 3,000 people;
  • the Novomoskovsky multirole public-business and hotel development in the town of Moskovsky will employ 2,500 people;
  • a migration centre in the rural district of Voronovskoye employing 1,500 people;
  • the first stage of the G10 administrative-business and personnel training centre in village of Dudkino employing 2,130 people;
  • a multirole shopping mall/entertainment facility in the rural district of Voskresenskoye employing 5,400 people.

Work is now underway to build an administrative-business centre near Kommunarka; total floor area will exceed 4 million square metres. The centre will include a hospital, an administrative centre with the one stop shop public centre, area agencies, the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas’ prefecture and municipal agencies. There are also plans to site academic-educational facilities of the National University of Science and Technology MISIS (NUST MISIS), a branch of the Russian State Library with a book depository and a State History Museum depository. The first building for territorial agencies, the prefecture and municipal agencies is to be completed before the year is out. When implemented, this project will provide employment for another 95,500 people.


The city has implemented a systematic programme to upgrade public transit in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas. The number of bus routes has increased by 33 percent: from 103 to 137. There are plans to start 13 more routes, and the number of buses has soared by 80 percent: from 440 to 795. Convenient routes allow area residents to avoid driving on certain trips. This has boosted daily passenger traffic volumes by 75 percent: from 132,700 to 232,600 people. Designated transit lanes have been installed on Kievskoye Motorway’s section between the MKAD and the 36th kilometre of the motorway and on Varshavskoye Motorway’s section between 1stShcherbinka Neighbourhood and MKAD.

The city has also set up 15 taxi stands and built five indoor car parks near metro and railway stations, including Kokoshkino, Solnechnaya, Peredelkino, Vnukovo and Tolstopaltsevo.

The number of casualty related traffic accidents has decreased by 20.3 percent: from 669 in 2014 to 533 in 2016.

Commuter train service intervals have been reduced on the Kiev Line of the Moscow Railway. The line operates 22 more trains on weekdays, 15 of them having been added during peak hours. Six additional trains run on weekends. The number of passenger seats has increased by 26,000, and peak-hour service intervals have been reduced from 8-10 to 6 minutes.

On weekdays, average daily passenger numbers on the Kiev Line are 105,400 people, and on 160,100 on the Kursk Line. This exceeds 2011 by 49.9 and 31.1 percent, respectively. Fast commuter trains have started running between Moscow and Novoperedelkino. Additional express trains are operating on the Moscow-Nara-Moscow route. Station platforms have been renovated, and the new Solnechnoye transit link/hub has been established.

Local residents can now reach central Moscow via metro. In all, 15,300 passengers use Rumyantsevo metro station daily, with 29,600 more using Salaryevo station.

Creating jobs

Job shortages have been eliminated in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas which are now posting surplus jobs. Since 2012, the city has created 100,000 jobs here, an increase of over 120 percent. Of this number, small and medium-size businesses have created about 10,000 jobs. These businesses are located mostly on the ground floors of new residential buildings.

The social sector now employs 9,000 people, 10,000 more work for the manufactured products industry. Another 33,000 jobs have been created for the consumer market; the logistics and communications sector and the fuel and energy sector have received 20,000 and 21,000 jobs, respectively. And the financial and real-estate sectors now boast 8,000 jobs.

Innovation and cutting-edge technology

The science and industrial potential of the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas includes the following advanced facilities:

  • the Troitsk innovation territorial cluster primarily specialising in new materials, laser and radiation technologies. The cluster has 57 resident companies and institutions, including leading research and development institutes, universities, innovative infrastructure facilities, as well as high-tech small and medium-size businesses;
  • the SERDIX industrial facility affiliated with Servier Group Russia, one of the most rapidly developing global pharmaceutical companies;
  • the Tisnum and Tekhnospark technology parks.

Trade and agricultural production incentives

In 2014, the Food City agricultural-food cluster, a major wholesale/retail centre, opened in the newly incorporated territories. It sells foods and agricultural produce from 63 Russian regions and 32 other countries.

The centre has an area of 496,600 square metres. The floor area of the warehouses is 131,200 square metres, including cold storage with an area of 48,900 square metres and dry storage covering another 82,300 square metres. It sells foods at pavilions with an area of 119,000 square metres.

The agricultural-food cluster’s design capacity makes it possible to meet 15 percent of the city’s demand for fresh vegetables, fruits, meat and fish. Since its inception, the centre has sold 905,000 tonnes of foods through its cross-docks.

This year, the administrative areas also operate four weekend markets. And a site for events, part of the Moscow Seasons festival series, is located at 1 Sirenevy Boulevard in Troitsk. From 20 July through 6 August, the site will host the Moscow Summer festival, combining two themes: flowers and sweets.

Both administrative areas have over 40 agriculture companies in plant-growing, dairy-cattle breeding and animal husbandry. The city issues subsidies to agricultural producers, including 123,970,000 roubles’ worth of subsidies this year.


Five city-level medical facilities, including the Kuznechiki Hospital, the Troitsk City Hospital, the town of Moskovsky’s hospital, the Shcherbinka Hospital and the Voronovskaya Hospital, provide primary medical-sanitary treatment, including specialised treatment. These medical facilities consist of outpatient clinics for adults and children, dispensaries and paramedic centres.

As of 1 June, 261,996 residents of both areas, including 195,543 adults and 66,453 children, could be treated at local hospitals and clinics. In 2014, local medical facilities started introducing theUnified Medical Information Analysis System (UMIAS). In all, 50 information desks and 71 automated workstations have been installed.

The areas have 34 ambulance teams at two ambulance substations. The Emergency Medical Treatment Centre operates three posts in the rural districts of Vnukovskoye, Krasnpakhorskoye and Shcherbinka. Moreover, 11 emergency response medical teams, including six for adults and five for children, operate in these areas.

The Voronovskaya Hospital, the Kuznechiki Hospital and the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Hospital (in Troitsk) with 120, 30, and 270 beds each treat patients 24 hours a day. The areas also have daytime inpatient medical units for 116 people with seven types of health disorders.

If necessary, patients are hospitalised at other city inpatient medical units, depending on their health needs. The areas have also successfully developed tele-medicine technology. Under this project, they refer patients to such medical facilities as the Morozovskaya City Clinical Hospital for Children, the Pirogov City Clinical Hospital No. 1, the Yudin City Clinical Hospital and the City Clinical Hospital No. 40.

People in remote areas are currently treated with five mobile medical units with all the latest equipment. There is one medical-diagnostic unit for adults, one medical-diagnostic unit for children, a computed tomography scanner, one dental and one X-ray diagnostic unit.

In 2014-2016, the medical-diagnostic complex for adults screened 4,287 patients during 80 visits. The medical-diagnostic unit for children screened 5,057 patients during 157 visits. The computed tomography scanner conducted 513 rests, with the dental unit treating 3,042 patients during 85 visits. The X-ray diagnostic unit screened 14,247 patients during 316 visits. In all, 15,784 fluorography and 1,890 mammography scans were conducted.

Medical facilities in the two areas have received 1,392 pieces of medical equipment worth over 509 million roubles, including ten pieces of heavy-duty medical equipment: one digital tomography scanner, two X-ray machines with three workstations, five mammography scanners and two fluorography scanners.

In 2016, both areas’ medical facilities performed 3,553 digital tomography scans or 3.5 times more than 2014.

The two areas also employ more medical personnel than before. From 2012 and by early 2016, the number of doctors increased from 383 to 573, with the number of nurses and orderlies going up from 671 to 991. Doctors’ average salaries soared by 123.9 percent: from 33,500 to 75,100 roubles. Those of nurses and orderlies have gone up by 121.2 percent: from 21,000 to 46,600 roubles.

In the past five years, the city has built and opened the following seven outpatient clinics in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas using extra-budgetary sources:

  • Outpatient Clinic for Adults No. 1 in the town of Moskovsky for 400 patients per shift;
  • Outpatient Clinic for Children No. 2 in in the town of Moskovsky for 400 patients per shift;
  • A modular outpatient clinic for children and adults in the rural district of Pervomaiskoye for 110 patients per shift;
  • A modular outpatient clinic for children in the settlement of Znamya Oktyabrya for 150 patients per shift;
  • A modular outpatient clinic for children and adults in the settlement of Fabrika imeni Pervogo Maya (1 May Factory) for 110 patients per shift;
  • A modular outpatient clinic for children and adults settlement of Kryokshino, the rural district of Marushkinskoye , for 110 patients per shift;
  • Branch No. 1 in the rural district of Desyonovskoye for 550 patients per shift.

There are plans to complete 12 other outpatient clinics and three ambulance substations (in the towns of Troitsk, Moskovsky and Kievskiy) by 2020 using city-budget funding and extra-budgetary sources. Two more clinics (the first stage of a rehabilitation facility at the Krasnaya Pakhra Cardio-Rheumatology Sanatorium for Children No. 20 in Troitsk and a hospital with a maternity ward in Kommunarka are scheduled.

Social protection

Both areas’ social security system includes the following agencies:

  • five social protection departments providing government services in the area of social protection;
  • three social services centres providing comprehensive social support to residents of rural districts and rural towns;
  • 12 client services also providing comprehensive social support to residents of rural districts and rural towns.

In the past five years, the number of social services recipients has increased by 40 percent: from 109,000 to 153,000 people. Social services centres cater to over 70,000 people, a major increase on 2012 when only 34,000 people received such services. Every month, 150 low income pensioners and people with disabilities visit daytime hostels at social services centres, receiving free hot food and taking part in cultural/recreational events. From 2012 through early 2017, 6,229 people with disabilities and impaired health underwent comprehensive rehabilitation.

The Solnyshko rehabilitation centre for children has been reorganised and converted into a rehabilitation/education centre. It has been implementing combined rehabilitation and educational projects since 1 April 2016.

Last year, the first local rehabilitation systems rental centre opened at Building No. 48 in the rural district of Ryazanovskoye’s Fabrika imeni Pervogo Maya settlement.


Today, the newly incorporated territories have 32 education organisations with 56,204 students, including:

  • 12 state education organisations affiliated with the Department of Education (46,598 students);
  • 11 municipal education facilities affiliated with the Troitsk Administrative Area (8,421 students);
  • Nine private schools in the Troitsk Administrative Area (1,185 students).

Since 2012, the total number of students has soared by 67.4 percent. Shortages of kindergarten accommodation have been overcome, mostly by opening 30 new kindergartens for 6,100 children.

Since 2014, average salaries of educators have increased by 30 percent: from 55,000 to 71,300 roubles, with teachers’ salaries going up 32 percent: from 61,500 to 80,900 roubles.

Both areas’ schools take part in popular city-level education projects. Four of them have already opened engineering courses. Six schools have opened cadet corps for training future military personnel, and there is also one medical class. Extra -curricular education programmes involve 86 percent of local students. The areas’ educators take part in the Teacher of the Year annual professional display competition. Yelena Nosova, a physics teacher from School No. 2120, made it into the 2017 competition’s finals.

Education organisations in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas, as compared to other city schools


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academic year, Top 300


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Two schools: Troitsk City Lyceum (106thplace), Troitsk City Gymnasia (159th place)

Four schools:

School No. 2065 (151st place), School No. 2083 (211th place), Troitsk City Lyceum (266thplace), School No. 2075 (297th place)

Five schools:

Troitsk City Lyceum (108thplace), School No. 2070 (154thplace), School No. 2065 (161stplace), School No. 2083 (201st place)

Six schools:

School No. 2065 (73rd place), School No. 2083 (103rd place), School No. 2070 (107th place), Troitsk City Lyceum (193rdplace), Troitsk City Gymnasia (214th place), School No. 1392 (239th place)


Education institutions of the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas listed among the 500 best Russian schools







Three schools:

School No. 2070, School No. 2083, Troitsk City Lyceum

Four schools: School No. 1392, school No. 2065, School No. 2075, Troitsk City Gymnasia


Results of the final state certification of school students

Efficiency indicators of schools in theTroitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas

2011-2012 academic year

2013-2014 academic year

2014-2015 academic year

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Both administrative areas have 33 agencies affiliated with tMoscow’s Department of Culture, including eight houses of culture, 11 libraries, two mobile information/library facilities, ten art schools for children, three music schools and one art school for children.

These agencies have 220 clubs and hobby groups, including singing/choir, dancing, theatrical, patriotic, literary-poetic, environmentalist/regional-history, applied decorative art and others. Family clubs involving children who study with their parents are popular.

In the past five years, the number of cultural/recreational facilities has increased by 6 percent, with the number of students increasing three times over.

All cultural centres take part in major city-level events, including Cultural Weekends, Russian Cinema Day, Cinema Night, Museum Night, Art Night, Memory Watch, City Day, Journey to Christmas and others.

Local libraries receive 23 percent more readers (13,883 as compared to 11,721in the past). People visit them twice as often (134,062 visits as compared to 65,251 visits in the past).

The 14 local cultural education facilities have 3,222 students, including 2,526 children attending classes at city expense, as well as another 696 children in the tuition fee category.

Under the city’s Targeted Investment Programme, the Kievsky cultural centre will be completed in town of Kievsky. The 7,165 square metre building will be able to receive over 1,000 visitors at a time.


In all, 24 municipal agencies, including three sport schools (one in Troitsk and two in Shcherbinka), as well as two state cultural agencies in the rural districts the rural districts of Novofyodorovskoye and Desyonovskoye, implement physical fitness and sport projects in the new administrative areas.

Both administrative areas have 690 sport facilities, including 504 outdoor facilities, six swimming pools and 84 gyms. The largest are the Kvant Sport Palace and a stadium in Troitsk, a BMX bicycle track in Krasnopakhorskoye, Moskovsky Stadium and Voronovo sport facilities in Voronovskoye, Desna and Podolye facilities in the rural district of Ryazanovskoye. Open-air sport facilities at the new improved Krasnaya Pakhra, Sosny and Rucheyok parks are extremely popular.

The Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas also boast the Olympic Hopes sport/physical fitness facility for training athletes from organisations affiliated with Moscow’s Department of Physical Fitness and Sport. Residents of the new areas play basketball and take part in cross-country ski races.

Top managers of the Sambo-70 Sport and Education Centre have opened Sambo (Unarmed Combat), judo, table tennis, sport orienteering, football and track-and-field clubs. Free Greco-Roman wrestling, boxing, volleyball and Sambo (Unarmed Combat) clubs are also open in the rural districts of Krasnopakhorskoye, Desyonovskoye and Voronovskoye, as well as in Shcherbinka.

In all, 96,400 local residents, or 28 percent of the areas’ population, go in for physical fitness and sport.

In 2017, residents of the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas won the Sports Moscow Courtyard city-level competition categories of: Best Organiser of Neighbourhood Physical Fitness and Sport Projects and Best Sport Family.

People-friendly city environment and improvement projects

In 2012-2013, the city cleaned 700 kilometres of road curbs, 13,400 hectares of forest and chopped down 98,000 dried-up trees. Water bodies with an area of 55.3 hectares were also improved. In all, 336,000 cubic metres of waste were removed after cleanup operations.

In 2014-2016, the city removed waste from forests with an area of 10,000 hectares, removed 357,000 dried-up trees, tended to grass with an area of 6,770 hectares and also removed rubbish.

By late 2016, the following 14 leisure/recreational areas, with a total area of 67 hectares, were established in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas:

  • Krasnaya Pakhra Park (the rural district of Krasnopakhorskoye, an 11-hectare sport park);
  • Sosny Park (the rural district of Novofyodorovskoye, a 13.5-hectare promenade);
  • Rucheyok Park (the rural district of Marushkinskoye , a 17-hectare children’s park);
  • Staro-Nikolskoye Estate Park (the rural district of Pervomaiskoye, an area of three hectares);
  • Zarechye leisure/recreational area on the Desna River (Troitsk, an area of 5.13 hectares);
  • leisure/recreational area of Sever housing construction company (the rural district of Krasnopakhorskoye, an area of two hectares);
  • a public garden between Solnechnaya, Tsentralnaya streets and Sirenevy Boulevard (Troitsk, an area of 2.5 hectares);
  • 70th Victory Anniversary Public Garden (the rural district of Desyonovskoye, the settlement of Vatutinki, near House No. 44, a memorial park with an area of two hectares);
  • Vnukovo Outlet Village shopping mall (the town of Moskovsky, an area of two hectares);
  • Victory Park (the rural district of Marushkinskoye, the settlement of Kryokshino, an area of two hectares);
  • A themed park for children (the rural district of Rogovskoye, 2 Shkolnaya Street, an area of 0.26 hectares);
  • Garden Park (the rural district of Sosenskoye, 17 Sosensky Stan, a rooftop park with an area of 0.34 hectares);
  • a park zone (the rural district of Sosenskoye, 6, 8, 10 Lazurnaya Street, an area of 2.8 hectares);
  • a park zone (the town of settlement of Mosrentgen’s Mosrentgen Plant village, near House No. 20, an area of 5.7 hectares).

In all, 24 school and kindergarten grounds have been improved, and there are plans to improve another 16 school grounds before the year is out. Over 9,200 street-lamp pylons and 1,660 lamps have been installed.

By late 2016, the city had improved 313 courtyards under a comprehensive programme and had conducted routine repairs and maintenance at 234 facilities. In all, over 250 playgrounds, 41 meditation sites and 69 sporting grounds have been improved. The city has laid 46,500 square metres of roads and paths and marked parking spaces for over 7,670 vehicles.

This year, the city is improving 99 other courtyards under a comprehensive programme.

Renovation and resurfacing

The Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas have 1,791 municipal road structures with a total area of almost 6.98 million square metres.

In 2012-2016, the city renovated 787 local road structures, resurfaced 1,400 kilometres of roads with asphalt pellets and painted road markings on over 646,000 square metres.

This year, there are plans to resurface 90 asphalt-concrete road structures with an area of over 241,388 square metres.

By late 2016, the city had renovated 613 of 1,827 local residential buildings. The city repaired 1,315 utility mains and structural elements at 613 buildings, renovated 829 residential-building sections and replaced 262 lifts.

This year, there are plans to renovate structural elements at 88 buildings, including 77 façades and 22 rooftops. An additional 194 buildings will be overhauled. It is also intended to replace 68 lifts and to renovate 648 residential-building sections.