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December 25, 2021 11:04 am

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Photo by D. Grishkin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government

Three bridges are already under construction, design and survey work is underway on two more.

Moscow plans to build five bridges by 2024. This was announced by the head of the capital Construction Department Rafik Zagrutdinov

“Two bridges are already being built under the project for the construction of the South-East Expressway. One – across the Moskva River in the section from Kuryanovskiy Boulevard to Kantemirovskaya Street, the second – across the Bitsa River in the section from the Moscow Ring Road to the Solntsevo – Butovo – Varshavskoe Highway highway. A bridge is also being built across the Novinki backwater on the territory of AMO ZIL. Design and survey work is underway on two more bridges, ”said Rafik Zagrutdinov.

In addition, he noted that, according to the planning project for the territory of the Mnevnikovskaya floodplain, road bridges will be built in the alignments of Novozavodskaya and Myasishcheva streets and a pedestrian bridge, which will make it easier for residents to get to the Mnevniki metro station.

“On behalf of Sergei Sobyanin, we must build not just water crossings, but architectural, bright, expressive engineering structures. They will allow traffic and pedestrian flows to pass through. Now the development of the planning project is underway, the concept is being created, the ideology of the architecture of these bridges is being determined, and then their design will begin, ”added Rafik Zagrutdinov.

In 2021, the construction of five bridges was completed. One of them was erected across the Skhodnya River on Volokolamskoye Highway, and as part of the construction of the North-Eastern Expressway, a bridge over the Yauza River was reconstructed and three bridges were built across the Likhoborka River.

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