Kiev (Ukraine) is among the top 10 European capitals having the longest underground lines. The Vystavochniy centre is a new station of the Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska line in Kiev metro which is still under construction.
According to the State Construction Program, the station had to be ready by 2008. The time was up. Nevertheless, its active reconstruction started in 2010 with settlement of 2 building grounds used for assembly of tunnel shields. Let's look through the technical plant of underground development. The Vystavochniy centre station connects 2 lines. Acting stations are marked with blue, reconstructed areas with finished shield chambers are marked with red. The yellow color is used to denote the areas that will be launched by the end of 2011. White parts define perspective stations. The head of the tunneling shield "Victoria" is seen in the shield chamber. The initial part of its tail contains a transportation line for mine tracking.