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MOSCOW, February 18. /ITAR-TASS/. Train movement in Moscow metro’s Tagansko-Krasnpresnenskaya line has been restored, Moscow metro’s department told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
“Train movement has been restored at 10:14 Moscow time,” a metro department’s official said.
Train movement has been stopped between the Tekstilshchiki and Taganskaya stations at 09:05 Moscow time because train wire lines have been de-energized, the official said.
Passengers can take buses to the Taganskaya metro station from the Kuzminski metro station. 138 buses work on this line.
The press service of the Chief Directorate of the Emergency Situations Ministry for Moscow reported that train movement “has been stopped between the Tekstilshchiki and Barrikadnaya metro stations”, the press service said.
The Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya metro line is the most crowded line. Residential areas from the southeast to the northwest use this line. Hundreds of thousands of residents arrive in the capital for work. The line has 21 stations and its length is of over 40 kilometers. The average daily passenger flow reaches about one million people.