The Serpuchowsko - Timirjasewskaja Line (Russian Серпуховско - Тимирязевская линия ), also known as " line 9" or "gray line " is a line of Moscow Metro. She was at 41.2 km Total length by the end of 2009, the longest metro line in Moscow.
- Altufjewo ( Алтуфьево? / I )
- Bibirevo ( Бибирево? / I )
- Otradnoje ( Отрадное? / I )
- Vladykino ( Владыкино? / I )
- Petrovsko - Rasumovskaya ( Петровско - Разумовская? / I )
- Timirjasewskaja ( Тимирязевская? / I )
- Dmitrovskaya ( Дмитровская? / I )
- Savelovskaya ( Савёловская? / I )
- Mendelejewskaja ( Менделеевская? / I ), the transition to the station Novoslobodskaya the Ring Line
- Tsvetnoi Bulvar ( Цветной бульвар? / I ), the transition to the station Trubnaja line 10
- Chekhovskaya ( Чеховская? / I ), transition to the stations Tverskaya and Pushkinskaya, line 2, line 7
- Borovitskaya ( Боровицкая / i?), Transition to the Biblioteka imeni Lenina stations of Line 1 and Line 3 Arbatskaya; on one of these stations you can also access the station Alexandrovski Sad line 4
- Poljanka ( Полянка? / I )
- Serpukhovskaya ( Серпуховская? / I ), the transition to the station Dobryninskaya the Ring Line
- Tulskaya ( Тульская? / I )
- Nagatinskaja ( Нагатинская? / I )
- Nagornaya ( Нагорная? / I )
- Nachimowski prospectus ( Нахимовский проспект? / I )
- Sevastopol ( Севастопольская? / I ), the transition to the station Kakhovskaya line 11
- Tschertanowskaja ( Чертановская? / I )
- Juschnaja ( Южная? / I )
- Praschskaja ( Пражская? / I )
- Ulitsa Akademika Jangelja ( Улица Академика Янгеля? / I )
- Annino ( Аннино? / I )
- Bulwar Dmitrija Donskowo ( Бульвар Дмитрия Донского? / I ), the transition to the station Ulitsa Starokachalovskaya the line L1
Depot and vehicles
On the line, there are two depots. The depot Warschawskoje, which currently also serves the Butowskaja line, founded in 1983, while the depot Vladykino 1991 was added. Both vaults to drive trains of the series 81-717/714, at the same time the only series that was on the line since its opening in use and is. Until 1992, passed all trains on the line from six wagons, 1992, the number of wagons was increased to seven, and since the beginning of 2006 go all trains on the line as an eight - car trains.
The Serpuchowsko - Timirjasewskaja line counts in the Moscow metro network to the relatively young lines. Its construction was mainly on the 1980s and 1990s, and should the other two, then relieve existing north-south lines. Unlike the other lines of the Moscow metro, the construction of Serpuchowsko - Timirjasewskaja line is considered complete, further extensions and / or new stations are planned.
- November 4, 1983: The first part of the southern branch of the line goes into operation. It is 13 kilometers long and covers the distance of Serpukhovskaya to Juschnaja. The line then called Serpukhovskaya line and carries the name until the opening of the northern branch.
- November 6, 1985: Extension of Juschnaja to Praschskaja (1,1 miles) goes into operation.
- 23 January 1986: First-time extension in a northerly direction; there arises a 2.8 km section with the two new stations Poljanka and Borovitskaya; the latter is located in the historical center of Moscow, near the Kremlin.
- December 31, 1987: Extension of a further 1.6 km to Chekhovskaya.
- December 31, 1988: With the 4.2 km-long extension to Savelovskaya at the same time is also the first section of the northern Außenastes the line in operation.
- March 1, 1991: More important extension to the north. The new section is 8.5 km long and extends to the station Otradnoe.
- 31 December 1992: Extension of Otradnoje to Bibirevo (2,6 km ) is opened.
- July 15, 1994: With the commissioning of a 2 km section to the station Altufjewo the northern branch of the line is now complete.
- August 31, 2000: For the first time in 15 years, the southern branch of the line is extended. The 2 km long new track runs to the station Ulitsa Akademika Jangelja.
- December 12, 2001: commissioning of a further 1,4 km long Südverlängerung to Annino.
- December 26, 2002: Completion of the line expansion. It gives the last 2 km long section and the terminus Bulwar Dmitrija Donskowo, at the same time the first metro station outside the Moscow ring road MKAD.