OREANDA-NEWS More than 66 km of subway lines and 26 stations are planned to be built in Moscow from 2024 to 2027. On Tuesday, the deputy mayor of the capital, Marat Khusnullin, told reporters about this. 

"The plans for 2024-2027 include the construction of 66.2 km of lines, 26 stations and four depots," he said. 

According to the deputy mayor, for the seven months of 2019, 17.9 km of subway lines, eight stations, and one depot were commissioned in Moscow. In total, from 2011 to 2018, 137 km of lines, 73 stations, nine electric depots for 10 thousand jobs appeared in the subway. During this time, 4 million Muscovites received the subway near the house. 

Until 2023, it is planned to build more than 100 km of lines, several dozen stations and six electric depots.