MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
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Traffic will be restricted on several streets in the north-east, west and in the center of the capital. The traffic pattern will temporarily change in the Yakimanka, Tagansky, Kuntsevo and Maryina Roshcha districts due to engineering work.
In the 11th passage of Maryina Roshcha, from August 15 to September 3, traffic will be limited in the area of house 8 on Staromaryinskoye highway, and from September 4 to 21 – in the area of house 6, building 1 on Staromaryinskoye highway.
Traffic will also change in the 10th passage of Maryina Roshcha: from September 22 to October 11 – in the area of house 6, building 1, building 1 on Staromaryinskoye highway, from October 12 to 30 – in the area of house 25 on Sheremetyevskaya street.
From July 26 to October 20, they will gradually restrict traffic on the streets of Kuntsevskaya (in the area of house 2), Molodogvardeyskaya (in the area of intersection with Polotskaya street) and Ivan Franko (in the area of house 26, building 1).
From July 26 to August 15, traffic will change around the Vysokoyauzsky bridge. The specialists will partially occupy one lane at the intersection of Poluyaroslavskaya and Serebryanicheskaya embankments with Zemlyanoy Val street. In addition, engineering work will take place at the local passage in the area of house 29, building 1 on Serebryanicheskaya embankment.
Also, traffic will be limited in the 2nd Khvostovy lane. Here, from August 2 to September 15, it will be more difficult to drive in the area of house 8, building 2, from September 2 to 30 – from house 10 to house 12. From September 10 to 30, traffic will be limited in the 2nd Khvostov lane in the area of house 27 on the street Bolshaya Yakimanka.
From September 15, restrictions will be introduced for a month at the intersection of 2nd Khvostov Lane and Bolshaya Yakimanka Street. Specialists will occupy one lane with the elimination of the parking space.
Drivers are asked to be careful and plan a route in advance.
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