FIRST LINE, MASKOUSKAYA

The first Minsk Metro line, Moskovskaya, was launched 29 June 1984. The line crosses Minsk north-east to south-west and almost mirrors the main highway, Nezavisimosti Avenue. The initial line has been extended four times. Now it is 19.2km long, consists of 15 stations: Malinauka, Piatroushchyna, Mikhalova, Grushauka, Instytut Cultury, Ploshcha Lenina, Kastrychnitskaya, Ploshcha Peramogi, Ploshcha Yakuba Kolasa, Akademia Navuk, Park Chaliuskintsau, Maskouskaya, Uskhod, Barysauski Trakt, Uruccha.

   

Malinauka station
Opened in 2014

  Piatroushchyna station
Opened in 2012
  Mikhalova station
Opened in 2012
   

Grushauka station
Opened in 2012

  Instytut Cultury station
Opened in 1984
  Ploshcha Lenina station
Opened in 1984
   

Kastrychnitskaya station
Opened in 1984

  Ploshcha Peramogi station
Opened in 1984
  Ploshcha Yakuba Kolasa station
Opened in 1984
   

Akademia Navuk station
Opened in 1984

  Park Chaliuskintsau station
Opened in 1984
  Maskouskaya station
Opened in 1984
   

Uskhod station
Opened in 1986

  Barysauski Trakt station
Opened in 2007
  Uruccha station
Opened in 2007

PROJECTS COMPLETED AND IN PROGRESS:

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MINSK METRO
1ST LINE

(Moskovskaya, 15 stations)

MINSK METRO
2ND LINE

(Avtozavodskaua, 14 stations)

MINSK METRO
3RD LINE

(under construction)