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September 22, 2021 7:03 am

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More than 12.5 thousand people will use it every day.

Moscow builders equipped an access road to the Polushkinskaya Polyana Association of Horticultural Non-Profit Partnerships in the Stupinsky District of the Moscow Region. It actually became an alternative to the M4 Don highway. The residents of the villages of Chirkovo and Polushkino, the villages of Mikhailovsky and members of 45 garden non-profit partnerships will travel along the new road.

“This is more than 12.5 thousand people who use their garden plots every day,” said the head

Department of Development of New Territories of Moscow Vladimir Zhidkin… – The asphalt concrete road has a length of 5.8 kilometers, the width of the carriageway is 4.5–6 meters. As part of the road construction, landscaping was carried out, sidewalks were equipped, outdoor lighting was installed and bus stops were installed ”.

The capital is building infrastructure facilities next to horticultural associations, which include Muscovites. This work within the framework of the Targeted Investment Program is carried out by a state treasury institution. “Development of the Moscow region”, subordinate to the Department of Development of New Territories.

“Construction work is nearing completion at engineering and transport infrastructure facilities in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas, as well as in the Stupinsky and Taldomsky urban districts of the Moscow region,” noted Vladimir Zhidkin.

Each new road facility allows residents of the capital to get to their sites almost all year round. For example, the construction of an access road to the village of Dudkino and neighboring horticultural associations will provide transport infrastructure for almost three thousand Muscovites. The reconstruction of utilities has already been completed at the facility, now the roadway is being asphalted there and the adjacent territory is being improved.

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