Station Alma-Atinskaya

JSC Mosmetrostroy is a diversified construction company that carries out on a contract basis construction of underground facilities, underground, transportation, civil and other structures from scratch. Metrostroy was established in 1931 and laid the foundations of the domestic metro construction. The first line of the Moscow metro was built in record time and put into operation on May 15, 1935.
Station Alma-Atinskaya (Zamoskvoreckaya line)

December 28, 2012  


The station Alma-Atinskaya is located near the residential microdistrict Brateevo, between Klyuchevaya and Brateevskaya streets. She has two vestibules.

The northern vestibule is above ground, in the area of Brateevskaya and Alma-Atinskaya streets with exits to residential and projected public buildings, stops of urban transport.

South - underground, near the key street with exits to residential and projected public buildings, stops of urban transport. 


Single-vaulted of small laying, with a straight island-type platform.

A distinctive feature of the ground - the northern vestibule - is its rounded form, decorated with a beautiful stained glass window depicting an apple tree against the backdrop of Alma-Ata and the mountains beyond the city. Underground - the southern lobby has a staircase, and for disabled people and low-mobility groups is equipped with two elevators for descent from the surface to the pedestrian crossing and then to the platform of the station.


The station's visiting card was unusual lights along the central axis of the platform, mounted on exclusive arc-shaped holders of red color. The length of the arcs is eleven meters, at the ends they have fan-like expansions, into which fluorescent lamps are built.


SMU-3 Metrostroya