The Kazan Metro is a modern, popular and affordable mode of transport, fast and convenient. It is considered as the safest Metro in Russia.
The operational length of the metro line is 17.2 km. The line has ten stations: Prospekt Pobedy, Gorki, Ametyevo, Sukonnaya Sloboda, Ploshchad Tukaya, Kremlyovskaya, Kozya Sloboda, Yashlek, Severny Vokzal and Aviastroitelnaya. The last three stations on the list were opened on May 9, 2013.
Metro construction is another step in the development of the city’s transport network. It binds together the city, which is located on opposite banks of the Kazanka River, by connecting the two largest residential districts. The metro line provides easy access to 33 sports facilities of the World University Games, including all the major competition venues.
The Kazan Metro currently serves more than 120,000 people every day.
Kazan underground map
This station is located along Kopylova Street between Pobezhimova and Belinsky Streets in the Aviastroitelnaya District of Kazan. The station is dome-shaped, with two metro concourses and a block of office premises. The concourses are three-span increments with 4.5 m column spacing.
Start of construction - April 2009
Construction completion date - May 9, 2013
Section connecting Aviastroitelnaya and Severny Vokzal Metro Stations
Start of construction - December 2009
Construction completion date - July 2012
This station is located at the intersection of Dekabristov and Vorovskogo Streets in a multi-functional transport interchange hub.
The station is designed with two metro concourses, connected by stairs. The station is two-span, with a 10m wide platform, connected by staircases 3.36 m in height with two concourses. One of the exits from the station provides direct access to the Kazan-2 Railway Station.
Start of construction – February 2010
Completion of construction – May 9, 2013
Section connecting Severny Vokzal to Yashlek Stations
Start of construction – Nov 2010
Completion of construction – July 2012
This station is located along Dekabristov Street and adjoining Shamilya Usmanova and Volgogradskaya Street.
It is a single span shallow station with a 10m wide platform, which is connected by two staircases 3.36 metres in height to two concourses.
Start of construction - April 2010
Completion of construction - May 9, 2013
Section connecting Yashlek to Kozya Sloboda Stations
Start of construction - November 2010
Completion of construction - July 2012