Maskoŭskaja line

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Uručča is a typical modern station
Stations 15
Opened 1984
Owner Minsk Metro
Line length 19.1 km (11.9 mi)
Track gauge 1,524 mm (5 ft)[1]
Route map
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Stadot.png Uručča
Stadot.png Barysaŭski Trakt
Stadot.png Uschod
Stadot.png Maskoŭskaja
Stadot.png Park Čaliuskincaŭ
Stadot.png Akademija Navuk
Stadot.png Plošča Jakuba Kolasa
Stadot.png Plošča Pieramohi
Stadot.png Stadot.png Kastryčnickaja
Stadot.png Plošča Lienina
Stadot.png Instytut Kuĺtury
Stadot.png Hrušaŭka
Stadot.png Michalova
Stadot.png Piatroŭščyna
Stadot.png Malinaŭka

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.


Segment Date opened
Instytut KuĺturyMaskoŭskaja June 26, 1984
MaskoŭskajaUschod December 30, 1986
UschodUručča November 7, 2007
Instytut KuĺturyPiatroŭščyna November 7, 2012
PiatroŭščynaMalinaŭka June 3, 2014


# Transfer to At
2 Aŭtazavodskaja line Kastryčnickaja

Rolling stock[edit]

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[edit]

A 5.2 km extension has been constructed to the southwest of the city and contains three stations: Hrušaŭka, Michalova, and Piatroŭščyna. It was opened on November 7, 2012.

The last extension was on June 3, 2014, when Malinaŭka was opened.


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