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February 8, 2022, 07:04


Press Service of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow

Currently, four overpasses and four pedestrian underpasses are under construction on the site.

Plot of new speed diameterfrom Marshal Shestopalov Street to the tracks of the Paveletsky direction of the Moscow Railway (MZD) is 57 percent ready, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Planning Policy and Construction Andrey Bochkarev. This is the eighth segment of the Southeast chord.

“Four overpasses are being built on the site. The construction of the overpass across the Gorodnya River is 85 percent complete, work is underway to waterproof the span structure and concrete the protective layer,” said the Vice Mayor.

The specialists have completely completed the installation of the span beams of the overpass across the Kotlyakovsky Creek.

Yuri Kravtsov, General Director of Mosinzhproekt JSC, the general contractor and general designer for the construction of several sections of the South-East Chord and the South Rokada, added that in addition to the overpasses, four pedestrian underpasses will appear on the section of the highway near Bekhterev Street.

“The first is already fully built, commissioning is underway, in the second, work is underway to install an elevator pavilion, the third and fourth transitions are being actively built,” he explained.

The single high-speed diameter will stretch from Simferopol highway to the M11 Moscow-St. Petersburg highway, pass through six districts of Moscow and connect 44 metropolitan areas with a population of more than 4.5 million people.

The new highway will appear as a result of the union of the South-Eastern and North-Eastern chords, its length will be 68 kilometers – from the south of the city to the north, bypassing the center. It is planned that the combined route will be ready in 2023.

In the Active Citizen project, a vote is taking place in which Muscovites can choose a name for the new highway.

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