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The Moscow Mayor’s Office spoke of improvements near the station "Peredelkino"


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Moscow, January 25 – 80% of the work on the improvement of the area near the future MCD-4 station “Peredelkino” in the west of Moscow has been completed, the press service of the capital’s local economic complex reported to journalists, citing the deputy mayor of Moscow for housing. and communal services and landscaping Petr Biryukov.
“Specialists of the municipal economy complex have completed 80% of landscaping work near the future MCD-4 Peredelkino station in the west of the capital,” the press service said.
In turn, Biryukov indicated that the working area includes Lukinskaya Street, the 1st and 9th Chobotovsky Streets and the 6th Lazenki Street. He explained that the main task is to create a suitable walking route from the residential areas to the new station. As part of the work, overhead cable lines already underground were removed, docks were put in order – existing ones were expanded and new ones were equipped. The total area of ​​the pedestrian zone now exceeds 14,000 square meters.

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He added that in the vicinity of MCD, the asphalt pavement of the road was replaced with an area of ​​approximately 20,000 square meters. Parking pockets for motorists will also be equipped, a turnaround area for urban passenger transportation will be reorganized next to the south vestibule of the station, and a place for electric bus charging stations will be prepared. For public transport passengers, five stop pavilions will be equipped with charging slots and radio communications.
The head of the municipal economy complex said that the project includes the landscaping of the area – it is planned to plant nearly 250 trees and 300 shrubs and arrange more than 40 thousand square meters of lawn.
The improvements in this area are scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2023.

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