Six new metro stations will be built together with a new Biryulyovskaya line in Moscow, the press service of the Moscow Town-Planning Policy and Construction Complex said on Thursday.
The body called the projected Biryulyovskaya underground line “promising,” noting that at present, the possibility of laying an underground line in Biryulyovo is being considered. The new section will pass through several districts of Moscow: Biryulyovo, Pechatniki, Nagatino-Sadovniki, and Moskvorechye-Saburovo. The new metro stations may bear the following names: Tsaritsyno, Kuryanovo, Saburovo, Biryulyovo-Vostochnoye, Klenovy Boulevard and Biryulyovo-Zapadnoye.
However, so far this is about the proposals that are being discussed. The Moscow authorities will make a final decision on this issue this summer.