The Moscow Department of Urban Development Policy and Construction announced that on November 21, the first two lines of the Moscow Central Diameters project (MCD-1 and MCD-2) began operating. The Nakhabino–Podolsk MCD-2 route will pass close to PSN Group’s SREDA residential quarter and Domashny neighborhood. Residents will enjoy faster and more mobile transport not only to the center and different districts of Moscow, but to nearby towns and cities.

Kuryanovo station, which is set to open its doors in early 2020, will be within walking distance of the Domashny neighborhood. It will be just a 5-minute walk from the neighborhood to the station lobby via an overland passageway.

Novokhokhlovskaya station on the Moscow Central Circle (MCC) line, which is located near the SREDA residential quarter, also forms part of the MCD-2 route. Residents can reach it in 15 minutes on the MCC line or 5 minutes by car.

The MCD project represents a new kind of transport system that will combine commuter trains and subway. Besides the Nakhabino–Podolsk route, the Lobnya–Odintsovo section in northwestern Moscow is also now in service. Troika contactless cards will operate on the MCD with free transfers by subway for up to 90 minutes. Passengers need to touch in and out at the entrance and exit turnstiles respectively, otherwise the card will be blocked.

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