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Source: Moscow Government – Moscow Government –

In the capital, seven road bridges with a length of about 1.5 kilometers are being designed and built. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction Andrey Bochkarev.

“Bridges are an important part of Moscow’s infrastructure. In close connection with the development of the urban environment, it is important to remember the need to create new crossings in order to create a convenient road network for both motorists and pedestrians. Since 2011, 31 road bridges have been built in Moscow,” said Andrey Bochkarev.

The largest bridges were built across the Moscow River, the Moscow Canal, the Yauza, the Kozhukhovsky and Novinki backwaters, as well as across several small rivers such as the Desna, Likhoborka, Molodtsy, Pakhra, Pekhorka, Setun, Sosenka, Skhodnya and Tsyganka.

Sobyanin spoke about the construction of a bridge across the Moscow River in Nagatinsky Zaton

In the near future, such large structures will appear in the capital as a bridge in the Beregovoy Proezd alignment, a bridge near Novozavodskaya Street and a bridge – a continuation of Myasishchev Street. When extending Mosfilmovskaya Street, a crossing over the Ramenka River will be built, about 470 meters long. As part of the southern direction of the Moscow High-Speed Diameter from the Moscow Ring Road to the Solntsevo-Butovo-Varshavskoe highway, they plan to build a bridge across the Bitsa River.

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