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April 26, 2021, 07:08

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Their length is 35 and 76 meters.

Two underground pedestrian crossings are being prepared for opening on the territory of the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas. They became part of a large-scale project – the new Vnukovskoye highway, which will be commissioned by the end of this year.

“Both structures are almost ready, but they will be put into operation after the delivery of the remaining section of the route itself. We build all structures taking into account the need to provide pedestrians with maximum safety and comfort, ”said the head

Department of Development of New Territories of the City of Moscow Vladimir Zhidkin

Crossings 35 and 76 meters long will connect public transport stops in the area of ​​Lukinskaya, Fedosino and Anna Akhmatova streets in the village of Peredelkino Blizhnee. The objects were equipped with lighting with automatic control systems, ventilation, heating, electrical systems for automatic snow removal, as well as security and fire alarms. In addition, the passages are lined with frost-resistant materials, and special ramps were made for people with limited mobility.

The new Vnukovskoye Highway runs from the traffic junction with the Minsk Highway and the Moscow Railway (Kievskoye direction) to Borovskoye Highway near the Rasskazovka metro station, as well as to the western outskirts of the village of Peredelkino, where it again connects with Borovskoye Highway. The length of the road will be 8.7 kilometers.

“In December last year, bus traffic was opened on the 3.5-kilometer section of the first stage – from Samuil Marshak Street to the Michurinets railway platform. The commissioning of the track is entirely scheduled for this fall, ”said Vladimir Zhidkin.

In total, since the accession of new territories to the capital, more than 250 kilometers of highways and 36 off-street pedestrian crossings have been built in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas.

The plan for the development of road and transport infrastructure of the districts envisages unloading highways by the end of 2021, reducing travel time, increasing transport accessibility of a number of settlements and metro stations, as well as expanding the local public transport network.

In addition, according to the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction Andrey Bochkarev, according to the Address Investment Program of the city of Moscow in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas, 77 kilometers of highways are expected to be commissioned by 2023.

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