Tashkent subway

Tashkent metro

The Tashkent Metro or Tashkent Metro is the oldest metro in Central Asia. The construction of the Tashkent metro began in 1968-1970, and the first line (later called Chilanzar) with a length of 12.2 km and 9 stations was built in 1976, but put into operation in 1977. The second stage of this line was put into operation in 1980. The first part of the second line of the Tashkent metro (Uzbekistan) was put into operation in 1984, and fully began to function since 1992. During the years of independence, it was designed and handed over to the use of citizens and guests of the capital, in September 2001. the first part of the Yunusabad line - 6 stations and on August 30, 2020 two more stations. Also, from August 30, the first stage (7 stations) of the ground circular metro line was launched. At present, the Tashkent metro has 5 lines (Chilanzar, Uzbekistan, Yunusabad, Thirty Years of Independence (land ring) and Sergeli land line), 43 stations with a total length of 58.3 km. On December 26, 2020, the Sergeli land line was launched, consisting of 5 stations (6th under construction), which will be a logical continuation of the Chilanzar metro line.

In the period from March 22 to August 14, 2020, movements on the Tashkent metro were suspended due to the COVID-19 quarantine

Map, scheme of the Tashkent metro 2022

Map-scheme of Tashkent metro 2022

Tashkent metro stations 2022

Chilanzar line
  • Almazar (Sobir Rakhimov (until 06.11.2010))
  • Chilanzar
  • Mirzo Ulugbek (50 years of the USSR (until May 1992))
  • Novza (Hamza (until June 16, 2015))
  • Milly bog (Komsomolskaya (until May 1992), Yoshlik (from May 1992 to February 2006))
  • Xalqlar dostligi (Khalklar Dustligi (until May 1, 1992), Khalklar Dustligi (from May 1, 1992 to August 6, 2008), Bunyodkor (from August 6, 2008 to May 3, 2018), Khalklar Dustligi (from May 3, 2018))
  • Pakhtakor
  • Independence Square (Lenin Square (until November 1991)
  • Amir Temur Kxiyoboni (October Revolution (until May 1992), Central Square (from May 1992 to August 1993))
  • Hamid Olimjon
  • Pushkin
  • Buyuk Ipak Yuli (Maksim Gorky (until 1997 ))
Uzbekistan line
  • Beruni
  • Tinchlik
  • Chorsu
  • Gafur Gulyam
  • Alisher Navoi
  • Uzbekistan
  • Cosmonafts (Cosmonafts prospect (until May 1992))
  • Aybek
  • Tashkent
  • Mashinosozlar (Tashselmash (until May, 1992))
  • Dustlik (Chkalov, Chkalovskaya (2012 yilning 9 oktyabrgacha)
Yunusabad line
  • Ming Urik
  • Yunus Rajabiy
  • Abdulla Qodiriy
  • Minor
  • Bodomzor
  • Shahristan (Khabib Abdullaev (until June 16, 2015))
  • Yunusabad (opened August 30, 2020)
  • Turkistan (opened August 30, 2020)
Thirty Years of Independence
(Land Ring Line)
  • Dustlik -2 (opened August 30, 2020)
  • 2 station (Akhangaran) (opened August 30, 2020)
  • 3 station (Tuzel) (opened August 30, 2020)
  • 4 station (Iltifat) (opened August 30, 2020)
  • 5 station (Rokhat) (opened August 30, 2020)
  • 6 station (Yangiabad) (opened August 30, 2020)
  • 7 station (Kuyluk) (opened August 30, 2020)
Sergeli line
  • 1 station (Chashtepa) (opened on December 26, 2020)
  • 2 station (TKAD) (opened on December 26, 2020)
  • 3 station (Sergeli) (opened on December 26, 2020)
  • 4 station (Afrosiab) (opened on December 26, 2020)
  • 5 station (Kipchak) (opened on December 26, 2020)

Tashkent metro lines 2022

Line name Opening year Year of opening of the last station Path length. km Number of stations Line travel time. min Station operation mode/Opening hours of metro lines
1 Chilanzar line 1977 1980 16.8

12

30

05.00 - 00.00
2 Uzbekistan line 1984 1991 14.3

11

23

05.00 - 00.00
3 Unus-Abad line 2001 2020 9.3

8

16

05.00 - 00.00
4 Thirty Years of Independence
(Land Ring Line)
2020 0 11

(expected: 52.1)

7

(expected: 35)

20

(expected: 70)

05.00 - 00.00
5 Sergeli line (continuation of the Chilanzar line) 2020 0 6.9

5

(expected: 6)

10

06.00 - 23.00
(from May 21, 2021)
Total 58.3 43    

The fare in the Tashkent metro is 1 400 sum starting from 15.08.2019

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According to the results of January-September 2022, 94,418.3 thousand passengers were transported by the metro. On average, 345.8 thousand passengers used the metro services in one day. In December 2020, an average of 240 thousand passengers were transported per day, in December 20021 - 400 thousand. On December 5 (there was heavy snow in frosty weather), 2022, the Tashkent metro transported 620 thousand passengers

On October 16, 2020, a test launch of the Sergeli metro line was carried out from the existing Almazar station (formerly Sobir Rakhimov) to the final 5th station (Kipchak). On December 26, 2020, the line was launched for passenger traffic.

From October 8, 2020, a gradual waiver of token-based metro fares began. From November 1, 2020, payment in the Tashkent metro will be carried out only in a contactless way: :

  • through unified transport cards "ATTO"
  • via bank cards with NFC chip (HUMO)
  • using a one-time ticket with a QR code (valid for 30 minutes at this station after purchase).

Jetons (tokens) purchased in advance are valid until December 1, 2021 (previously it was reported that they can be spent until January 1, 2021.) "ATTO" unified transport cards will also be used for payment on land transport. If you have any questions about the operation of the transport card "ATTO", you can contact +998 78 140 08 08 or write to info@atto.uz

Frequently asked questions regarding the transport card "ATTO" :

  • How to find out the balance on the transport card? The balance of the transport card «ATTO» possible to check :
    • through mobile applications of electronic payment systems ATTO, MyUzcard, Payme, Upay, Apelsin, etc.
    • in self-service banking terminals-infokiosks. Information about the location of bank self-service terminals-infokiosks connected to the ATTO system is indicated on the website www.atto.uz.
    • at all ticket sales points of JSC "Toshshahartranskhizmat"
    • at all cash desks of ground and underground stations of UE "Toshkent Metropoliten"
  • What happens if the balance of the transport card is below 1 400 sum?
    • In the event that the balance of the transport card "ATTO" is less than 1 400 UZS, the transport card will be automatically added to the list of temporarily blocked cards in order to avoid the risks of unpaid travel.
    • After the «ATTO» transport card is included in the list of temporarily blocked cards, it is necessary to top up its balance.
    • After topping up the balance of the temporarily blocked transport card «ATTO» within 10 minutes in automatic mode, it will be unlocked and usable.
    • In order to comfortably use the ATTO service, as well as to avoid blocking the ATTO transport card; it is recommended to keep an amount more than 1 400 soum on the balance.
  • Where can I buy an "ATTO" transport card?
    • Transport cards "ATTO" are sold at all points of sale of tickets of the JSC "Toshshahartranshizmat", as well as at all ticket offices of the UE "Toshkent Metropoliteni".

In March 2019, Uzbekistan Temir Yollari JSC presented a subway development project until 2025.

According to this project, by 2025 the length of metro lines in the capital will increase to 157 kilometers, 74 stations will appear, including 17-transfer stations.

Work on the construction of new sections is planned to be divided into 10 stages. At each stage, from 10 to 20 kilometers of tracks will be built.

Preliminary scheme for the integrated development of the Tashkent metro

Video review of the Tashkent metro 2019

Video review of the new ground line of the Tashkent metro 2020

Updated: 06.12.22
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