MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
April 27, 2021, 07:10
On the territory of the floodplain there will be an ecotrail with viewing platforms, as well as information plates about animals and meadows-flower beds with plants from the Red Book.
As part of the Yauza Park project, an eco-trail about four kilometers long will be created in the floodplain of the Chermyanka River, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Moscow Government for Housing and Communal Services and Improvement Peter Biryukov.
“On the section from Dezhnev Passage to Molodtsova Street, the river flows near residential buildings in the Otradnoye and Yuzhnoye Medvedkovo districts, but it is not always possible to approach the water or cross to the other side. Therefore, it was decided to make an ecotrail on piles, which will run along the entire site and will provide communication between the two districts, ”he said.
Now experts are completing work on the construction of the pile foundation of the eco-trail, forming its frame. “Then the structure will be sheathed with softwood planks and handrails will be installed. The arrangement of the eco-route on a pile foundation makes it possible to do without digging, the ground under it remains almost untouched, ”added Pyotr Biryukov.
He also noted that the eco-route will run along both banks of Chermyanka. To go from one side of the river to the other, eight bridges will be equipped. Seven observation decks (from 40 to 380 square meters) will be located on separate sections of the eco-trail. Some of them will be equipped with canopies-pavilions.
Along the entire length of the walking route, benches, trash cans and information signs with descriptions of animals that live in the park will be installed, along the paths, flower-beds with red book plants will be laid out.
It is planned to complete the work by September 2021.
In 2021, it is planned to put in order two territories in the floodplain of the Chermyanka River, a tributary of the Yauza. The area of the improvement will be 49.1 hectares… As a result, the longest ecological park in Europe will appear along the river.
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