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Temporary changes are related to the repair of tram tracks, the construction of a metro and a transport interchange.

Overlaps and traffic restrictions are introduced in four Moscow districts in October.

In connection with the construction of a traffic intersection in the east of the capital from October 5, the following sections will be closed around the clock: 5th Podbelsky passage from Ivanteevskaya street to 6th Podbelsky passage and 6th Podbelsky passage from 5th Podbelsky passage to 7th Podbelsky passage … This will last until February 28, 2021.

From October 1 to November 30, traffic will be restricted from building 2a, building 2 in Mukomolny proezd to building 4, building 1 on Shelepikhinskaya embankment, as well as in the area of ​​building 4, building 1 in Mukomolny proezd. It is also associated with the construction of a traffic intersection. The movement of transport will be carried out in one lane with the organization of the priority right of way.

Due to the construction of the metro from October 1 to December 20, traffic on the backup of Leninsky Prospekt will be restricted around the clock (when moving towards the region – from house 72/2 to house 70/11, towards the center – from house 75a to house 79). The restrictions will operate on the same lane with the elimination of parking space and the arrangement of temporary widening.

In connection with the repair of tram tracks in the south of the capital, traffic on Shabolovka street from house 2 to house 56 will be limited. The restrictions will be introduced on October 3 and will last until November 25. From 08:00 to 20:00 they will block one lane partially in each direction with the occupation of tram tracks. From 20:00 to 08:00, a phased occupation of the first lane will operate with the bypass of car traffic onto tram tracks and the elimination of parking space.

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