Reconstruction of the Moscow Ring Railway

Amberg Group
Client
Amberg Group
About project
Moscow Ring Railway (MRR) is a railway ring around Moscow and is a connecting link between the significant intercity railways, extending away from the city
Reconstruction of the Moscow Ring Railway

Moscow Ring Railway (MRR) is a railway ring constructed in the outskirts of Greater Moscow. It is a connecting link between ten significant intercity railways, extending away from the city in all directions. Since September 2016, it has been used for intracity passenger commutes, related to operation of the Moscow Metro. This has a significant effect on the layout of MRR stations. 

From 2012 to 2016, the Moscow Ring Railway was adapted for internal passenger traffic that resulted in a significant revision of the Metro layout. During reconstruction, railway tracks were replaced by the new ones, capital repair of bridges was performed, electric train stops were constructed, and an additional track was laid for freight traffic. In total, 31 train stops were reconstructed.

Indicative types of documentation translated within the scope of this project:

Reports on geological surveys 
Planning of utility networks 
Power load analysis 
Safety systems 
Utility systems control system 
Data flow control systems in the transfer hub
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