Timiryazevskaya (Monorail)

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Moscow Monorail station
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Timiryazevskaya's island platform.
General information
Location Timiryazevsky District
Butyrsky District
Northern Administrative Okrug
North-Eastern Administrative Okrug
Coordinates 55°49′08″N37°34′44″E / 55.8190°N 37.5789°E / 55.8190; 37.5789 Coordinates: 55°49′08″N37°34′44″E / 55.8190°N 37.5789°E / 55.8190; 37.5789
Elevation6 metres (20 ft)
Owned byMoskovsky Metropoliten
Line(s) Moskwa Metro Line 13.svg
Platforms 1 island platform
Connections Metro : Moskwa Metro Line 9.svg at Timiryazevskaya
Railway : Savyolovsky suburban railway line
at Timiryazevskaya
Bus : 12, 12к, 19, 23, 604
Structure typeElevated
Platform levels1
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code200
Opened20 November 2004 (exit only)
29 November 2004 (full service)
Preceding station Moscow Metro Following station
Terminus Moscow Monorail Ulitsa Milashenkova
towards Altufyevo
Serpukhovsko–Timiryazevskaya line
transfer at Timiryazevskaya

Timiryazevskaya (Russian : Тимирязевская) is the western terminus of the Moscow Monorail. It is located in the Butyrsky District of the North-Eastern Administrative Okrug of Moscow, 50 metres (160 ft) away from Moscow Metro station Timiryazevskaya.


The station was opened on 20 November 2004 for exiting and 9 days later for entering. It began operation in "excursion mode". Only two trains were operating at the line, the interval between trains was as long as 30 minutes and station hours were from 10:00 to 16:00. The passengers could only board the trains at Ulitsa Sergeya Eisensteina station.

On 10 January 2008 the line began regular operation serving passengers 6:50 - 23:00 and allowing them board trains at any station of the line. Also the ticket price was reduced from 50 to 19 rubles.

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