The opening ceremony of the new 53rd subway station "Teremky" was held in Kiev pursuant to the national target program for construction and development of a subway network for the period up to 2020. President Viktor Yanukovych attended the event with representatives of the government, as well as the Kyiv Metro and Kyivmetrobud authorities, the Information-Analytical Bulletin of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine informs.

According to experts, innovative technologies were used in construction of "Teremky" station - modern tunneling systems for tunnel construction. New tunneling technologies have allowed to conduct underground operations without shifting the main engineering networks and communications on the surface and to preserve green space. Glushkov Ave. was not closed during the construction either.

Pursuant to the state program "Space without barriers," four special elevators, public announcers and raised restraints on the platform will be installed at the station for the convenience of passengers with special needs.

At the same time, the station has an improved electricity supply system that ensures smooth operation, LED lighting of the platform and noise reduction system, trains will arrive much quieter at the station.

After the opening ceremony, Vladimir Fedorenko, Kyiv Metro CEO, took the president and government delegation on a tour of the new streamlined train, designed by Kryukov Car Building Works jointly with the Japanese Itochu company for the "green" investments money Ukraine received under the Kyoto protocol. Today the new train has only been demonstrated, and its full operation in the capital will begin in January 2014 in accordance with the program of metro cars modernization. According to the government's program of metro cars modernization (the cost of the project is over 1 billion USD), 95 cars will be upgraded on Kryukiv plant, with 50 cars for Kyiv.

Analysts note that this subway construction activity in Ukraine is related to the state target program of subway networks construction and development through the year 2020. The program implies that during seven years - from 2013 to 2020 - 23 new metro stations should be commissioned in Kyiv, five - in Kharkiv, and three - in Dnipropetrovsk. It is also planned to prepare a feasibility study for the construction of high-speed lines of urban transport in Donetsk.


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