Baku Metro Plans to 6,8 km Extension

Baku Metro Plans to 6,8 km Extension
November 9, 2010 6:27 pm

The Baku Metro plans to build a station in Baku, Azerbaijan, next year after the completion of Azadliq Prospekti station.

Construction of the Avtovokzal and Memar Ajami-2 stations is underway, which will feature five stations and 6.8km of subway lines.
After completion, passengers will have access from Memar Ajami-2 to existing lines along the route.
A consortium comprising SYSTRA, Mott MacDonald and South Korea-based Saman has won a deal to develop a feasibility study on the metro’s 20-year development plan.
The consortium conducted various surveys among passengers to develop a scheme for an underground transport network in Baku, according to
Under the plan, the metro network will have five routes, 76 stations and 119km of subway lines.
It also includes the expansion of existing lines and integration and linkages with other forms of public transport, according to
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