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Many public transport routes pass along these streets, for example, Moscow’s first semi-highway route No. 901, opened in 2011.

One of the largest improvement projects in 2020-2021 is the outbound highway connecting Taganka with the south of Moscow, wrote in my blog Sergei Sobyanin… Its length is 14.2 kilometers.

The highway passes through Bolshie Kamenshchiki Street, Novospassky Proezd, Simonovsky Val Street, Velozavodskaya Street, Andropov Avenue, Proletarsky Avenue and Lipetskaya Street with access to the Moscow Ring Road and the M4 federal highway.

Many public transport routes pass along these streets, for example, Moscow’s first semi-highway route No. 901, opened in 2011.

“In recent years, we have spent a lot of effort to untie the numerous knots that have created chronic congestion on this highway. From Taganka to the Moscow Ring Road, dedicated lanes for public transport were launched – one of the first in Moscow. A tunnel has been built under the Kashirskoye highway, linking Andropov Avenue and Proletarsky Avenue, ”the Moscow Mayor recalled.

The Tekhnopark metro station was opened in the Nagatinskaya Poima. She took over part of the traffic load. There was also a pedestrian crossing with a travolator across Andropov Avenue.

One of the largest flyovers in Moscow was built on Lipetskaya Street.

“The nearest plans include reconstruction of the Lipetskaya street interchange with the Moscow Ring Road. In place of the old clover-type junction, which has long been unable to cope with the flow of cars, directional ramps will be built – overpasses, overpasses, tunnels. The work is planned to begin in the spring, ”Sergei Sobyanin said.

A comprehensive improvement of the streets will also be carried out. The main task is to plant more trees, repair sidewalks and create a comfortable environment for 300-400 thousand people who live or work near the highway.

Last year, specialists put in order the head section from Bolshiye Kamenshchiki Street to the Kolomenskaya metro station. This year it is planned to improve the park opposite the Novospassky monastery.

“The main work will unfold from the Kolomenskaya metro station to Lipetskaya street. We will replace the asphalt on the sidewalks, which in some places is quite damaged. The sections of the pedestrian zone most demanded by residents will be paved with tiles, as, for example, on the neighboring Kashirskoye Highway, ”explained Sergei Sobyanin.

The streets will be illuminated by 725 new energy-saving lanterns. Particular attention will be paid to pedestrian zones and ground crossings, where poles with contrasting lighting will be installed.

There will be 30 modern public transport stops along the highway. There, passengers will be able to charge their mobile phones and connect to Wi-Fi. About 520 trees and more than 8100 shrubs will be planted on the streets and adjacent territories.

Convenient approaches will be made to the Danube pond on Lipetskaya street. 12 playgrounds will be renovated in the courtyards of Lipetskaya and Elevatornaya streets, as well as Proletarsky Prospekt.

It is planned to complete the main works on the improvement of the highway Bolshiye Kamenshchiki – Lipetskaya Street at the end of 2021. It will take 2.5 years to reconstruct the junction. This will eliminate most of the problems that made life difficult for drivers and local residents.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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