Awtazavodskaya line

The Awtazavodskaya line (Belarusian: Аўтазаводская лінія; Russian: Автозаводская линия) is a line of the Minsk Metro. The line opened in 1990 and crosses the city on a northwest–southeast axis. It comprises 14 stations.

Awtazavodskaya line
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Molodyozhnaya has a typical centre platform
Overview
StatusOperational
OwnerMinsk Metro
TerminiKamyennaya Horka
Mahilyowskaya
Stations14
Service
TypeRapid transit
SystemMinsk Metro
History
Opened1990
Technical
Line length18.1 km (11.2 mi)
Track gauge1,524 mm (5 ft)
Route map

Aŭtazavodskaja line.svg

Kamyennaya Horka
Kuntsawshchyna
Spartywnaya
Pushkinskaya
Maladzyozhnaya
Belarusian Railway
Frunzyenskaya
Minsk Metro Third Line logo.svg
Nyamiha
Kupalawskaya
Minsk Metro First Line logo.svg
Pyershamayskaya
Pralyetarskaya
Belarusian Railway
Traktarny zavod
Partyzanskaya
Awtazavodskaya
Mahilyowskaya

TimelineEdit

Segment Date opened
Traktarny zavodFrunzyenskaya December 31, 1990
Pyershamayskaya 1991
FrunzyenskayaPushkinskaya July 3, 1995
Traktarny zavodAwtazavodskaya November 7, 1997
AwtazavodskayaMahilyowskaya September 5, 2001
PushkinskayaKamyennaya Horka November 7, 2005

TransfersEdit

# Transfer to At
1 Maskowskaya line Kupalawskaya
3 Zelenaluzhskaya line Frunzyenskaya

Rolling stockEdit

The line is served by the Mogilyovskoe depot (№ 2), and currently has 27 four carriage 81-717/714 and the modernised 81-717.5M/714.5M trains assigned to it.

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