Moscow Metro aims a 14 fold increase in revenues from non-core activities by 2020. In order to reach this objective the company will establish 90 transport exchange hubs (TEH) and shopping centers. The company aims to increase the number of metro stations to 252 (+ 38%) and to provide 93% of Moscow’s population with subway services by 2020.
TEH Moscow Metro will efficiently combine transport and infrastructure functions with the commercial component. These will include park & ride, healthcare, dining and consumer service facilities, police stations, information services etc.
Russian Research Group is the consultant for the development of TEHs Moscow Metro. One of the main tasks of the consultant will be to explore the potential of commercial buildings in transport hubs like Schelkovskaya, Teply Stan, Krasnogvardeyskaya, Nagatinskaya Sq., Novogireevo, Schukinskaya.
Based on the research results the commercial potential of transport hub will be calculated, as well as the optimum number and functionality of objects that will be located within the area of TPU.