The Samoskworezkaja Line (Russian Замоскворецкая линия ), also called " line 2 " or "the ( dark ) green line ", is the second stand-alone line of the Moscow Metro and is an important north-south connection in the subway system of Russian capital Moscow dar.
- Retschnoi Woksal ( Речной вокзал? / I )
- Wodny Stadium ( Водный стадион? / I )
- Woikowskaja ( Войковская? / I )
- Sokol ( Сокол? / I )
- Aeroport ( Аэропорт? / I )
- Dinamo ( Динамо? / I )
- Belarusian ( Белорусская? / I ), to transfer to the same station on the circle line
- Majakovskaya ( Маяковская? / I )
- Tverskaya ( Тверская? / I ), the transit traffic to the stations Pushkinskaya line 7 and Chekhovskaya line 9
- Teatralnaja ( Театральная? / I ), the transit traffic to the stations Ochotny Ryad the line 1 and line 3 Ploshchad Revolyutsii
- Nowokusnezkaja ( Новокузнецкая? / I ), the transit traffic to the station Tretyakovskaya of lines 6 and 9
- Paveletskaya ( Павелецкая? / I ), to transfer to the same station on the circle line
- Awtosawodskaja ( Автозаводская? / I )
- Kolomenskaya ( Коломенская? / I )
- Kashirskaya ( Каширская? / I ), to transfer to the same station of Line 11
- Kantemirovskaya ( Кантемировская? / I )
- Tsaritsyno ( Царицыно? / I )
- Orechowo ( Орехово? / I )
- Domodedovskaya ( Домодедовская? / I )
- Krasnogwardeiskaja ( Красногвардейская? / I ), to transfer to the station Sjablikowo line 10
- Alma- Atinskaja ( Алма - Атинская )
Depot and vehicles
The line is served by two depots. The oldest is the custodian Sokol from the opening in 1938, the additional depot Samoskworezkoje was added in 1969. Both vaults to drive trains of the series 81-717/714, which since its development in the late 1970s comes on this line are used. Due to the intensive use of line trains are used, each with eight wagons exclusively; To make this possible, the end of the 80s still had to be extended by a few meters at the two from the early days of the line originating stations Majakovskaya and Paveletskaya even the platforms.
Renaming of stations
The following stations of the line were renamed in the time of their completion:
- The station Tverskaya was called until 1990 Gorkovskaya;
- The station Teatralnaja was called until 1990 Ploshchad Sverdlova;
- The station was called until 1956 Zavod imeni Awtosawodskaja Stalina;
- The Tsaritsyno station was called until 1990 Lenino.
The line itself was also in 1990 and renamed as part of the great " anti-communist " renaming campaign, from Gorkowsko - Samoskworezkaja in Samoskworezkaja.
Following the December 2012 extension to Alma- Atinskaja and planned for 2013 or 2014 commissioning of the depot Bratejewo a further extension to the south of the line is considered to be excluded. To the north is currently the planned extension to Ulitsa Dybenko that could be completed in late 2014. 2006 was also announced by the administration of the Moscow Metro, to erect the new station Technopark on the existing section Awtosawodskaja - Kolomenskaya near a commercial area located there until 2009, whose construction will be financed entirely by private investment. In the meantime (2012 ) the year is given as 2015 opening date.