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|Moscow Monorail station|
|Elevation||12 metres (39 ft)|
|Owned by||Moskovsky Metropoliten|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Connections|| Trolleybus : 36, 73|
Tram : 11, 17, 25
Bus : M9, T13, 15, 311, 379
|Platform levels||2 (cash deck hall is above the platforms)|
|Opened|| 20 November 2004 (exit only)|
1 September 2006 (full service)
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On 10 January 2008 the line began regular operation serving passengers and allowing them board trains at any station of the line.
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