Minsk Metropolitena

Network comprises 2 lines with 29 stations. First line opened 1984; extended 1986-2012 (14 stations, 17·3 km), with the extension to Malinauka (1·8 km, 1 station) opened 3 June 2014. Second line opened 1990, extended 1995-2005 (14 stations, 18·1 km). Work on Line 3 began in March 2014; the 17·2 ...

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