Transport infrastructure development as the priority of the Targeted Investment Program for 2020-2022

October 18, 2019
Construction and renovation

The Targeted Investment Program of Moscow for 2020-2022 has been approved at a meeting of the Moscow Government Presidium. The document has the list of facilities, the construction of which is to be funded from the city budget.

The Targeted Investment Program follows the priorities of Moscow's investment policy set out in 2011. In the next three years, some 800 urban facilities are expected to be built and put into operation (taking into account construction of houses under the renovation program).

Facilities to be reconstructed, built and commissioned in 2020-2022



Metro lines (km)


Metro stations


Electric depots


Roads (km)


Engineering structures


Pedestrian crossings




Hospital buildings


Emergency medical care substations


Kindergartens, schools and school extensions


Parks, culture and cultural heritage sites (including museums, theatres, culture and leisure facilities, monuments)


Population social support facilities


Housing (design and construction), including houses built under the renovation program (millions of sq m)


Sports facilities


Sports and Recreation Centres, swimming pools, BMX parks

football fields




Fire depots, fire rescue units and rescue stations



Transport infrastructure

The key priority of the Targeted Investment Program is the development of Moscow's transport infrastructure.


In 2020-2022, 67.7 km of lines, 27 stations and 2 electric depots are expected to be put into operation. In particular, sections of Big Circle, Solntsevskaya (from Rasskazovka to Vnukovo stations), Sokolnicheskaya (from Kommunarka to Potapovo stations), Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya (from Seligerskaya to Severny district) lines.

Besides, the groundwork will be laid for metro lines and stations to be commissioned after 2022, including new Kommunarskaya, Rublyovo-Arkhangelskaya and Biryulevskaya lines. As a result of the metro construction program, 95% of Muscovites will have metro stations within walking distance by 2027.

Railway transport

The program provides for the construction of additional main tracks, as well as reconstruction and construction of new railway stations for the phased introduction of the Moscow Central Diameters (a total of 375 km of tracks, 180 stations and about 100 transfers).

The first two diameters (MCD-1 and MCD-2) are expected to open to the public at the end of 2019.

Photo: Press Service of Moscow Mayor and the Moscow Government. Denis Grishkin

Road construction

In 2020-2022, more than 300 km of roads, some 60 pedestrian crossings and about 100 engineering structures (bridges, overpasses and viaducts) are to be constructed. The average annual commissioning of road facilities will be about 100 km per year.

The top priorities of the program are the completion of expressways construction (North-East Expressway, North-West Expressway, South Belt Road and the South-East Expressway), further development of the transport system of the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky Administrative Areas, construction of the southern alternate route of Kutuzovsky Prospekt, and the completion of the reconstruction program of Moscow Ring Road (MKAD) interchanges.

Transport interchange hubs

The Targeted Investment Program provides for the construction of the engineering phase of 55 transport interchange hubs, so that passengers could comfortably change from one mode of transport to another. As part of the transport hubs, 5 bus stations, 14 terminal stations of surface public transport, 35 underground and seven above-ground pedestrian crossings are expected to open, with about 15,000 parking spaces arranged.

Housing construction

Budget financing of housing construction will be covered by the Targeted Investment Program and subsidies to the Moscow Residential Renovation Fund.

From 2020 to 2022, 3.4 million sq m of housing under the urban programs is expected to be built. New blocks will have a comfortable urban environment with landscaped green courtyards, parks and recreation areas. In addition, there will be social and shopping facilities, and convenient public transport within walking distance.

Photo: Evgeny Samarin

Social facilities

In 2020-2022, 230 new social facilities in 109 districts of Moscow are expected to be built. It is about construction of 82 schools and kindergartens, 32 policlinics, 21 hospital buildings and six emergency medical care substations. Also, the construction of a multidisciplinary medical centre with a maternity hospital in Kommunarka, the perinatal cardiology building of Hospital No. 67, and medical cluster facilities on the Skolkovo grounds is to be completed.

The program includes the construction of large medical hospitals, including diagnostic and treatment complex of the Loginov Moscow Clinical Scientific Centre, diagnostic and treatment complex of Infectious Disease Hospital No.1, Infectious Disease Building of St. Vladimir Children's City Clinical Hospital, as well as six hospital complexes of emergency medical care of Moscow multi-specialty hospitals.

Photo: Press Service of Moscow Mayor and the Moscow Government. Evgeny Samarin


In 2020-2022, 19 cultural sites are to be built and reconstructed. In particular, 3 museums, 5 theatres, two culture and leisure centres and two cultural heritage sites.

Also, the new stage of the Grandpa Durov's Corner Theatre, the Pinnipeds Pavilion in the Moscow Zoo will open to the public, and the reconstruction of the Mayakovsky and Pushkin theatres will continue.


The Targeted Investment Program provides for 45 new sports facilities to be constructed, including three football fields, 19 sports and recreation complexes and two swimming pools.

During the program, new significant sports facilities are to appear, such as the Sambo-70 Sports School Ice Palace, the Tennis Centre and the Sambo and Boxing International Centre in the Luzhniki Olympic Complex, the winter sports cluster in Vorobyovy Gory, the sports complex with an indoor ice rink, swimming pool, extreme park and workout zone in Nekrasovka district, multi-sports complex in Mnevnikovskaya Poima, and a deep freediving pool.

Financing of the Targeted Investment Program in 2020-2022 will make up RUB 2,029.6 billion, RUB 663.9 billion of which will go for 2019, with RUB 681.3 billion for 2020 and RUB 684.4 billion for 2021.


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