The metro in the capital of Urals accepted its first passengers on the 26th of April 1991. It consisted of three stations only and was the smallest metro in the world. Today Yekaterinburg metro consists of one line, which is 12.7 km long, goes through all the city from north till south and has 9 stations. Metro is very popluar among citizens and city guests, that's why it is always crowded. The specific passenger traffic, calculating on a station, as well as on one kilometer, stably occupies the fourth place in Russia after Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and Novosibirsk metro.
Unfortunately, all pages are only in Russian!
History of metro
The past and present of Sverdlovsk-Yekaterinburg metro.
Future of metro
The future of Yekaterinburg metro, projects.
Journey through the stations
Pictures and descriptions of all Yekaterinburg metro stations.
Metro history in dates.
Information about Yekaterinburg trains.
The history of different types of tickets and the change in price.
Collection of different Sverdlovsk-Yekaterinburg metro maps.
Sounds of metro
Audio ads in train cars (in mp3).
Videos about metro
A collection of films and videos on Yekaterinburg Metro.