Chilonzor Line

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Chilonzor Line
Buyuk Ipak Yoli
Pushkin
Hamid Olimjon
Amir Temur Xiyoboni
Mustaqilliq Maidoni
Paxtakor
Bunyodkor
Milliy Bog
Novza
Mirzo Ulugbek
Chilonzor
Olmazar
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The Chilonzor Line (Uzbek: Chilonzor yo'li, Чилонзор йўли, Russian: Чиланзарская линия, Chilanzarskaya liniya) was the first line of the Tashkent Metro, opened in 1977 it connected the southern districts of the city with the centre, and then in 1980 extended westwards.

Timeline[edit]

Segment Date opened Length
OlmazarAmir Temur Xiyoboni November 6, 1977 11.4 km
Amir Temur XiyoboniBuyuk Ipak Yoli August 18, 1980 4.1 km
Total: 12 Stations 15.5 km

Name changes[edit]

Station Previous name(s) Years
Buyuk Ipak Yoli Maxim Gorkiy 1980–1997
Amir Temur Xiyoboni Oktyabrinkilobi (Oktyabrskoy Revolutsii) 1977–1992
Markaziy Xiyoboni 1992–1993
Mustaqilliq Maidoni Lenin Maidoni (Ploshchad Lenina) 1977–1991
Milliy Bog Yoshlik 1977–2006
Mirzo Ulugbek 50 Let SSSR 1977–1992
Bunyodkor Xalqlar Do’stligi 1977–2008
Olmazar Sobir Raximov 1977—2010
Novza Hamza 1977—2015

Transfers[edit]

# Transfer to At
2 Ozbekiston Line Paxtakor
3 Yunusobod Line Amir Temur Xiyoboni