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Source: Moscow Government – Moscow Government –

In Tsaritsyn, two-thirds of the work on creating an underground pedestrian crossing at the intersection of Kaspiyskaya and Yerevan streets has been completed. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction Andrey Bochkarev.

“The pedestrian crossing is more than 70 percent ready. According to the project, it will have three staircases, elevators and a ramp for the convenience of people with limited mobility. Now monolithic work is underway to create one of the stairs and waterproofing two sections of the tunnel part under the railway tracks,” noted Andrey Bochkarev.

The crossing is located next to building 28 on Yerevan Street and passes under the railway tracks of the second Moscow Central Diameter. Its length is more than 97 meters.

“This year we will complete the construction of the crossing. It will provide citizens with an unhindered and safe pedestrian connection between the residential area of the Tsaritsyno district and the natural and historical park of the same name along Kaspiiskaya Street,” added the head of the capital’s Department of Construction Rafik Zagrutdinov.

Earlier, Sergei Sobyanin said that this year there will be a five pedestrian crossings. In addition, three crossings to the TiNAO will be completed on Yerevanskaya Street in the summer, and a crossing will also appear across the railway tracks of the Kursk direction and Kaspiyskaya Street in the Tsaritsyno area.

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