Rail Transit Maps
This page contains rail transit maps created by myself. Currently it includes all heavy rail (metro), light rail (metrotram), and monorail systems in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus, as well as selected regional rail systems in Russia (for cities with metro systems only). Connections to the regional rail are indicated by "RR" on heavy-rail and light-rail maps; connections to the heavy rail and monorail are indicated by "HR" and "MR" on regional-rail maps. Regional-rail lines are shown in dark grey on the combined maps; monorail lines are shown in dark yellow on all maps. All maps feature segments under construction (indicated by the unfilled graphic elements); however, only the segments scheduled for completion in the next three-four years are shown. A list of the scheduled opening dates can be found on the opening dates page.
Also available: full statistics for all East Slavic metro systems, track maps of all East Slavic metro systems, and railroad maps of all European railways (including Russian railways).
|Moscow Metro and Monorail||Nizhniy Novgorod Metro|
|Moscow Regional Rail||Nizhniy Novgorod Metro and Regional Rail|
|Moscow Metro, Monorail, and Regional Rail||Samara Metro|
|St. Petersburg Metro||Samara Metro and Regional Rail|
|St. Petersburg Regional Rail||Kazan Metro|
|St. Petersburg Metro and Regional Rail||Kazan Metro and Regional Rail|
|Novosibirsk Metro||Volgograd Metrotram|
|Novosibirsk Metro and Regional Rail|
|Yekaterinburg Metro and Regional Rail||Kyiv Metro|
|Minsk Metro||Kryvyi Rih Metrotram|
June 21, 2022 – railroad maps page updated; opening dates page updated.
July 26, 2020 – track maps page updated.
February 14, 2018 – statistics page updated.
Rail Transit >> Rail Transit Maps
Last update: June 21, 2022.
Created by Yuri Popov.