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March 25, 2021 10:04 am

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Its length is 32 meters.

An underground pedestrian crossing over Nametkina Street was commissioned in the south-west of Moscow. It was built at the expense of the city budget.

The pedestrian crossing is located in the area of ​​house 64, building 2 and house 68 on Nametkina street, building 1 on Profsoyuznaya street. Its length is 32 meters, width is more than four meters, and the height of the passage is 2.35 meters. For people with limited mobility, elevators are provided; there are also two staircases with wheelchair descents.

The walls and staircases of the passage are faced with porcelain stoneware, the floors and external parapets – with granite slabs.

“The experts of the Expertise Center were involved in the inspections of the underground passage across Nametkina Street, who carried out the entire range of laboratory and instrumental studies. Thanks to such examinations, violations that cannot be determined visually are identified and eliminated at the construction stage, ”said the chairman

Mosgosstroynadzor Oleg Antosenko

Construction of this facility began in September 2019. Thanks to the new transition, many walking routes will become more convenient… For example, it will be possible to go faster to the Novye Cheryomushki and Kaluzhskaya metro stations.

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