They opened a metro in Kazan in 2005 to celebrate the city's thousandth birthday. It became the 7th metro in Russia and the first metro to be built after the fall of the Soviet Union. Currently, the Kazan Metro includes seven metro stations and one line of 11 km long. Trains arrive at the stations each 6 to 10 minutes. It is open from 6 a.m. till 11 p.m. Over 100,000 people use the metro daily.
Kozya Sloboda Station is the newest station of the metro.
It opened in 2010 increasing the number of passengers using the metro by 2.5.
The station's interior is made out in high-tech.
60 cm from the edge of the platform, they have installed lights to warn passengers about the upcoming trains.
4 entrances and 2 vestibules lead into the station.
They show advertisements on that screen on the wall.
They have also installed escalators by Thyssenkrupp featuring a stop/start system which saves electricity by working only with passengers on.
Each ticket will cost you $0.5. They accept smart tokens and smart cards. Smart tokens are valid during one day. If you haven't used it, you can exchange it for a new one on Saturday and Sunday.