Post sponsored by

MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –

February 15, 2022, 07:05


Photo by M. Denisov.

This is due to work on engineering networks.

On several streets of the North-West Administrative District, Central Administrative District, South-Eastern Administrative District, traffic will be temporarily restricted. This is necessary for carrying out repair work on engineering networks.

So, from February 21 to May 25, traffic will change in the local passage from house 17/14, building 2 to house 21, building 1 along Kozhevnicheskaya street. From March 1 to March 11, drivers will be able to drive along one lane of this street in the area of ​​house 21, building 1. Also, traffic changes from March 12 to 26 will be in effect in the local passage near house 17, building 1 along Kozhevnicheskaya Street.

On different days, traffic will change in several sections of Kozhevnicheskaya Street: from March 27 to April 7 – in the area of ​​house 17, building 1, from April 8 to 22 – next to house 15, building 1, from May 4 to 25 – near house 22 and from April 23 to May 3 – not far from house 20, building 16.

From February 22 to April 30, traffic restrictions will be introduced on Staroobriadcheskaya Street in the area of ​​house 28a, building 9 to house 32, on Rogozhsky Poselok Street – from house 29, building 7 to house 29, building 10, as well as on Podyomnaya Street – from house 29 , buildings 8a along Rogozhsky Poselok street to house 1 along Podemnaya street. From May 10 to August 31, the traffic pattern on Podyomnaya Street will change – from house 3 along Podyomnaya Street to house 6, building 1 along Perovsky passage, in Perovsky passage – from house 6, building 1 to house 35, building 3.

From February 21 to June 1, drivers should be more careful on the section of Marshal Proshlyakova Street from house 20, building 12 to house 28. Traffic restrictions will also be introduced here.

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

MIL OSI Russia News