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M. Latypov graduated from RANEPA and the University of Bedfordshire with the major in Business Management (extra courses: «Payment Technologies in E-Commerce and Finances», «Big Data Analysis» MIT (USA). Between 2010 and 2015, M. Latypov worked in the private sector, where he was in charge of business analytics and projects related to transport development in cooperation with Moscow Government. In 2015, he entered Moscow Metro as Deputy Head for Strategic Development and Investments. In 2016, he was appointed as First Deputy Head for Strategic Development and Client Management. In Moscow Metro, M. Latypov is in charge of:
– strategic development
– investment planning and control
– ticketing system development
– passenger services
– Moscow Central Circle development and operation
– Moscow Central Diameters project
– commercial revenues
– property interests and land issues
– public relations and international cooperation
M. Latypov has about 6,000 employees under his command.


  • June 12: UITP Awards 2019 Finalists Poster Session 5

    New Moscow Transport network – suburban railway meets urban transport system

    The goal of the project is to build the new transport network in Moscow urban area by integrating the metro and suburban railway systems.
    Within the project:
    - all interchange hubs within the new transport network in Moscow urban area are designed; all the technological, financial and legal fundamentals for the further integration are prepared; interchanges from radial lines to the MCC are organized; 6 stations (out of 31) of the Big Circle Line are opened.
    - the total length of tracks of the Moscow Metro, the Moscow Central Circle and the Moscow Central Diameters will be over 1,000 km; the average extension speed of the network exceeds 100 km of tracks per year;
    - over 250 new stations and 100 extra interchange possibilities;
    - the accessibility to public transport facilities is improved for 8.4 MIO inhabitants of the Moscow urban area
  • June 11: UITP Awards 2019 Finalists Poster Session 3

    Moscow Metro Unified Operation Control Center (OCC) and operational processes digitalisation

    "Creation of high-technology OCC of the Moscow Metro will guarantee 100% centralized controllability of all 30 thousand infrastructure assets of the Moscow Metro network.
    The first project stage will be finished in April 2019 and will provide the Moscow Metro with 100% controllability of all infrastructure. Nowadays the network consists of 14 lines, including the Moscow Central Circle (MCC) and the monorail system, 261 stations and 20 depots. Total network length is 440 km, average workday ridership is about 8,9 MIO passengers.
    The unified OCC will ensure cooperation between dispatching staff, controlling the operational infrastructure conditions and situation in the network, as well as other city agencies. Firstly, the unique single informational system will provide centralized monitoring and coordination, and then the project will have control over all metro assets."
  • June 10: Cooperating with the authorities for security on transport networks

    Moscow Metro – a territory for cooperation

    Taking into account solid passenger traffic growth and network expansion for the past 9 years Moscow Metro approaches security issues nowadays with a distinct approach using the latest technologies and close cooperation with authorities to counter crime and to ensure full security for all passengers and personnel. In recent years the Moscow Metro has been striving to simplify the processes of interaction between internal security service and external authorities, introducing new communication methods and regulations. Most of these innovations have been successfully applied in practice during the 2018 FIFA World Cup when the Moscow Metro has faced an increased passenger load.