The new platform is located between the Moskvorechye and Pererva stops, and within a 5-minute walk from PSN Group's Domashny neighborhood. Thanks to the new station, residents can now spend less time to travel to the city center and commute to work.

The Kuryanovo station is on the Kursk route of the Moscow Railway and part of the Kursko–Rizhsky Diameter. The station has an island platform with a canopy as well as a multi-level passage way and two lobbies. Elevators and escalators have been installed at the station for the convenience of passengers. The lobbies have ticket offices and turnstiles. The station is designed in high-tech style.

According to the portal of the Mayor of Moscow, measures to modernize passenger infrastructure continue to be implemented. The latest domestically produced Ivolga trains serve this line. Thanks to these transport links, residents of Mar’yino district will have convenient access not only to neighboring areas, but to towns and cities near Moscow. At the same time, the trip from Kuryanovo to Kursky railway terminal takes just around 30 minutes now.

For the record, the first two lines of Moscow Central Diameters — MCD-1 (Lobnya-Odintsovo) and MCD-2 (Nakhabino-Podolsk) — were launched in November 2019. This is a new type of public transport that combines commuter trains and subway. It is analogous to the European networks of suburban-city trains, such as the S-Bahn in Germany, RER in France, and Overground in London. Travel is via the Troika contactless card with free transfer to the metro and the Moscow Central Circle line within 90 minutes. Trains arrive every 5–6 minutes during rush hours.

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