Moscow Metro Map
The Moscow Metro is one of the biggest rapid transit network in the world. Made of 14 lines, it stops at more than 200 different stations. Sheremetyevo International Airport can be reached by bus which is connected to Zamoskvoretskaya Metro Line. It is the longest and busiest metro system in Russia, far above the Saint Petersburg Metro. Below you can have a look at the Moscow Metro Map.
Moscow Metro Lines
The Sokolnicheskaya Line, also called Line 1 or Red Line, runs from Bulvar Rokossovskogo station to Salaryevo.
The Zamoskvoretskaya Line, operates between Rechnoy Vokzal and Alma-Atinskaya stations. Zamoskvoretskaya Line is also known as Line 2 or Green Line.
The Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya Line, also known as Line 3 or Blue Line, runs between Pyatnitskoye Shosse and Shchyolkovskaya.
The Filyovskaya Line, also called Line 4, operates from Kuntsevskaya station to Aleksandrovsky Sad. It is labelled on the metro map with the turquoise color.
The Koltsevaya Line, runs in a loop between Novoslobodskaya and Prospekt Mira stations. Koltsevaya Line is also known as Line 5, Brown Line or Circle Line.
The Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line, also called Line 6 or Orange Line, operates between Medvedkovo and Novoyasenevskaya stations.
The Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya Line, also known as Line 7 or Purple Line, runs from Planernaya station to Kotelniki.
The Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line operates from Novokosino station to Tretyakovskaya. Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line is also called Line 8 or the Yellow Line.
The Western Extension links Delovoy Tsentr and Ramenki stations. The two parts are planned to be joined and n extension of the line should be active by 2020.
The Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya Line, also called Line 9 or Gray Line, operates between Altufyevo and Bulvar Dmitriya Donskogo stations.
The Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya Line, also known as Line 10, runs from Petrovsko-Razumovskaya station to Zyablikovo. It is labelled on the metro map with the light green color.
The Kakhovskaya Line, operates between Kakhovskaya and Kashirskaya stations. Kakhovskaya Line is also known as Line 11A and can be found on the map with its teal color.
The Butovskaya Line, also called Line 12, operates from Bittsevsky Park to Buninskaya Alleya. It is labelled on the metro map with the blue gray color.
The Moscow Monorail, runs between Timiryazevskaya and Ulitsa Sergeya Eyzenshteyna stations. The Moscow Monorail is also called Line 13 and can be found on the map with its dark blue color.
The Moscow Central Circle, also called Line 14 or Encircled Line, runs in a giant loop between Okruzhnaya and Vladykino stations.