Trukhaniv Ostriv (Kyiv Metro)

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Trukhaniv Ostriv
Kyiv Metro station
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View of the future station's platform hall, located underneath the Podilskyi Metro Bridge.
General information
Coordinates 50°28′16″N30°32′40″E / 50.47111°N 30.54444°E / 50.47111; 30.54444 Coordinates: 50°28′16″N30°32′40″E / 50.47111°N 30.54444°E / 50.47111; 30.54444
Owned by Kyiv Metro
Line(s) Kyiv Metro Line 4.svg Podilsko–Vyhurivska line
Structure typeBridge
OpenedUnder construction
Preceding station Kyiv Metro logo.svg Kyiv Metro Following station
towards Hlybochytska
Podilsko–Vyhurivska line Zatoka Desenka
towards Raiduzhna

Trukhaniv Ostriv (Ukrainian : Труханів острів) is a station currently under construction on the Kyiv Metro's Podilsko-Vyhurivska Line. The station is part of the first segment of the Podilsko-Vyhurivska Line, which is scheduled to be completed after 2022. Construction works at the station are suspended as of June 2020. An opening date of no earlier than 2025 has been set.


The station is located on the northern part of the Trukhaniv Ostriv (for which it is named), an island on the Dnipro River. It is being built concurrently with the Podilskyi Metro Bridge, under which it is located. [1] It will be located in between the Sudnobudivna and Zatoka Desenka stations, all three of which will be built according to the same architectural principles. [2]

The station will be enclosed with transparent glass on the outside, to protect passengers from the weathers elements. [2] On the exterior, the station will have only one station vestibule, with a parking lot for the station's workers included. [2] The stations entire length will be 132  m (433  ft ), while its platform will have a width of 13.5 m (44 ft). [2]

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  1. "Podilsko-Vyhurivska (planned construction)". Kyiv Metropoliten (in Ukrainian). Archived from the original on 1 July 2014. Retrieved 22 March 2014.
  2. 1 2 3 4 "Tender documentation" (PDF). Kyiv Metropoliten . In Memory of Kyiv Trams. 2012. Retrieved 22 March 2014.
External images
Searchtool.svg Projected view of the station platform
Searchtool.svg Cutaway view of the Podilskyi Metro Bridge and station complex
Searchtool.svg Another projected view of the station
Source: Retrieved 22 March 2014
Searchtool.svg Perspective map of the metro construction
Source: Kyiv Metropoliten. Retrieved 22 March 2014