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January 30, 2022, 09:02


Photo by V. Novikov. Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow

Currently, work is underway on the relocation of engineering communications and the reconstruction of outdoor lighting.

The construction of the section of the South-East Expressway from Shosseynaya Street to Polbina Street is 60 percent complete. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction Andrey Bochkarev.

“On the section of the South-Eastern chord from Shosseynaya street to Polbina street, work is currently underway to re-lay utilities, rebuild outdoor lighting, control facilities and organize traffic. In addition, reinforcement of the transition plate and the support of the exit from the overpass of the main passage is being carried out,” Andrey Bochkarev noted.

According to the deputy mayor, the construction of roads with a total length of 5.7 kilometers, including two overpasses with a length of 456 meters, is envisaged at the site.

“Construction of the site will improve the transport accessibility of the Pechatniki, Lyublino and Tekstilshchiki districts, reduce the load on Lyublinskaya Street and Volgogradsky Prospekt. It will also create an additional transport connection with the section under construction from the Third Transport Ring to Lyublinskaya Street, which will pass through the territories of industrial zones and busy main streets,” Andrey Bochkarev added.

The south-eastern chord will run from the Entuziastov Highway to the Varshavskoye Highway and will improve transport services for residents of 22 districts of Moscow. This is about 2.5 million people.

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