The Moscow Urban Planning and Land Use Commission has approved the zoning plans for two metro station projects Stakhanovskaya and Nizhegorodskaya Ulitsa on the Kozhukhovskaya Line extension as part of the planned Third Interchange Circuit.
Four plots of land along Ryazansky Prospekt have been allocated to build the Stakhanovskaya station, a 0.06 hectare and a 0.02 hectare plot, and two more with 0.12 hectare area each.
The Nizhegorodskaya Ulitsa station will have a footprint of around 26,000 sq m including nearly 25,800 sq m underground; 1.65 hectares of land have been allocated for it.
The new 8 km line will have four stations, including Stakhanovskaya and Nizhegorodskaya Ulitsa stations. It will use a panish technology, which will significantly reduce the construction costs.