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February 19, 2022, 09:05

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Design decision

The arched bridge will connect Rubtsovskaya and Semenovskaya embankments.

Glazing has been completed on the new pedestrian bridge between the Rubtsovskaya and Semenovskaya embankments of the Yauza River. He’s 85 percent done.

“Architectural decoration of the bridge is almost half completed, a quarter of the installation of aluminum lamellas has been completed, the overall readiness of the facility is 85 percent,” said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Moscow Government for Urban Planning Policy and Construction

Andrey Bochkarev.

According to him, the builders have already begun installation of equipment and engineering systems: power supply, lighting, dispatching and video surveillance.

The arc-shaped pedestrian bridge in the east of the capital will be part of the Elektrozavodskaya transport hub (TPU). Its total length will be 111 meters, and the length of the span will be 88 meters.

Currently, two elevators are being installed at the facility, which will be convenient to use, including for groups of citizens with limited mobility. Almost a quarter of the work has been completed. At the moment, work is being completed to restore the embankment and the landscaping of the adjacent territory is already underway – granite paving is underway near the first tower of the bridge.

TPU “Electrozavodskaya” will unite the stations of the same name of the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya and Bolshaya Koltsevaya metro lines, as well as the Electrozavodskaya platform of the Kazan direction of the Moscow Railway (future MCD-3).

According to the project, adjacent streets will also be reconstructed, parking lots will be made and a comprehensive improvement of the territory will be carried out. In addition, an underground transfer will be created between the two existing metro stations.

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

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