In Moscow, the lobbies of three metro stations will be closed for repairs from 12 to 15 October

© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Astapkovich in fotobounce the MetropolitanIn Moscow, the lobbies of three metro stations will be closed for repairs from 12 to 15 October© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Astapkovich the image Bank

The metro stations of Moscow Lyublino, Mar’ino and «Novogireevo» closed for repair in the passenger area from Friday evening, October 12, until Monday morning, October 15, reported the press service of the Moscow metro.

«On Friday evening, October 12, repair the passenger area will be closed lobbies of the Moscow metro stations «Marino» and «Lublin». For the subway entrance and access to the city passengers can use the opposite lobby», — stated in the message.

From 22.00 hrs on October 12, before the opening of the subway on Monday, October 15, passengers will be closed and the lobby of the station «Lublin», which is from the last carriage from the center. For entry and exit to the city in normal mode will work the South lobby of the station.

Also from 22.00 on Friday and before the opening of the subway on Monday for repair works will be closed South lobby of the station «Marino» from the first carriage from the center. For the entrance to the subway and the city will work North lobby of the station.

In addition, from 23: 00 Friday until Monday morning for repair will be closed West lobby of the station «Novogireevo» for the subway entrance and exit to the city, passengers will be able to use the East lobby.

As noted in the metro, the fixation of the passenger area of the West lobby «Novogireevo» will be extended next week. Every evening from 15 to 20 October, the lobby will close at 23.00 to open the station on next day at 5.30 am. In the evening passengers can use the opposite lobby.

«We apologize for the inconvenience and please plan your route. To learn about other restrictions on the stations associated with the repair, on the official website of the metro in the section «Schedule of repairs», — said in the Metropolitan subway.

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