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Its length will be 87 meters.

The pedestrian bridge as part of the Elektrozavodskaya transport interchange hub (TPU) is planned to be completed by the end of 2021. It will connect the Rubtsovskaya and Semenovskaya embankments, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction Andrey Bochkarev

“At the moment, the removal of engineering networks has been completed in the area of ​​all four supports. The monolithic works of the fourth pillar are 75 percent completed. The assembly of steel structures of the bridge superstructure is in progress. The main structures are planned to be completed in September, and the construction of the facility will be completed at the end of the year, ”he said.

An arched pedestrian crossing will be supported by two intermediate supports. Also, two extreme support towers will be built, combined with the structures of the staircases. Two elevators with a carrying capacity of 1000 kilograms will be installed here for the comfort of people with limited mobility and for transporting luggage. The total length of the bridge will be 87 meters.

As the General Director of JSC “Mosinzhproekt” Yuri Kravtsov noted, the finishing materials for the bridge were selected in accordance with the surrounding buildings and requirements Committee for Architecture and Urban Planning of the city of Moscow… “The facades will be made of stained glass, stemalite and granite slabs,” said Yuri Kravtsov.

Transport hub is created on the basis of stations “Electrozavodskaya” Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya and Bolshaya Koltsevaya metro lines. Muscovites will receive convenient transfers between metro and Moscow railway stations, as well as to public ground transport. According to experts, the passenger traffic at the TPU during peak hours will reach 72.2 thousand people.

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