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14 November 2021, 09:01

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The sidewalks will be widened, new lighting will be installed, bushes will be planted and lawns will be laid out.

Next year it is planned to complete the improvement of a large block between Tverskaya and Bolshaya Nikitskaya streets. This was announced by Sergei Sobyanin on my blog.

According to him, Gazetny and Nikitsky lanes were put in order several years ago. Next in line is work in Bryusovy, Leontievsky, Bolshoy and Maly Gnezdnikovsky lanes and the Swedish deadlock.

“In the morning, the kids rush to school. During the day, locals and office workers go about their business. In the evenings and on weekends, churches, theaters, museums, restaurants and other establishments that attract Muscovites come to life. And in the park near the monument to Mstislav Rostropovich you can always see fresh flowers, ”wrote the Mayor of Moscow.

After the improvement, the lanes will become greener and more comfortable. Shrubs and lawns will be planted next to the century-old trees. New street lights will replace the pendant lights that have survived in some places.

“Due to the partial redistribution of street space, the sidewalks will become wider and more convenient for pedestrians. Each lane will have its own granite paving pattern. Instead of chaotic parking, parking pockets will be organized, ”Sergei Sobyanin noted.

The courtyards adjacent to the side streets will also be improved. The projects were developed jointly with local residents. So, in one of the courtyards-wells of Bolshoy Gnezdnikovsky Lane there will be a small garden, new children’s and sports grounds.

“As a result of the improvement, the lanes will look no worse than the neighboring Tverskaya, the main street of Moscow. But at the same time, they will retain their calm and cozy character, ”summed up Sergei Sobyanin.

Muscovites can share their opinion on the improvement of lanes with the help of the project “Active Citizen”.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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