Uručča is a typical modern station
|Line length||19.1 km (11.9 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,524 mm (5 ft)|
The Maskoŭskaja line (Belarusian: Маскоўская; Russian: Московская; lit: "Moscow line") is a line of the Minsk Metro. The line was opened along with the Metro in 1984 with the original eight station segment, and crosses the city on a northeast–southwest axis. Currently it comprises fourteen stations and 19.1 km (11.9 mi) of track.
|Instytut Kuĺtury–Maskoŭskaja||June 26, 1984|
|Maskoŭskaja–Uschod||December 30, 1986|
|Uschod–Uručča||November 7, 2007|
|Instytut Kuĺtury–Piatroŭščyna||November 7, 2012|
|Piatroŭščyna–Malinaŭka||June 3, 2014|
The line is served by the Moskovskoe depot (№ 1), and currently has 21 five carriage 81-717/714 and the modernised 81-717.5M/714.5M trains assigned to it.
Recent developments and future plans
The last extension was on June 3, 2014, when Malinaŭka was opened.
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