Kutuzovskaya is a stopping point of the Small Ring of the Moscow Railway, serving the route of the city electric train – the Moscow Central Circle (MCC). Located within the boundaries of Presnya station, Moscow.
It was opened on September 10, 2016 along with the opening of the passenger traffic of MCC electric trains.
Equipped with turnstiles, there is a direct covered transfer to Kutuzovskaya station of the Filyovskaya metro line.
The station includes one high island platform and two two-story vestibules located on opposite sides of Kutuzovsky Prospekt.
The station platform has a curved shape and is parallel to the platforms of the Filyovskaya metro station. The middle of the platform is located under the Kutuzovsky Prospekt road overpass, passing over the Small Ring and Filevskaya metro line.
Of the 31 MCC stations, Kutuzovskaya ranks fourth in popularity. In 2017, the average passenger flow at the entrance and exit amounted to 30 thousand people. per day and 902 thousand people per month.
Ground public transport
At this station, you can transfer to the following routes of urban passenger transport:
Buses: m2, m7, 116, 157, 239, 297, 474, 840, t34, t39k, n2.
Main attractions and facilities around: Krasnopresnenskaya embankment, Bagration Bridge, Moscow Theater “Workshop of P. N. Fomenko”, Panorama Museum “Battle of Borodino” and a monument to M. Kutuzov, Moscow Triumphal Gates.