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1,1 billion allocated from the reserve fund of the Government of the Russian Federation for the rehabilitation of roads in the Far East
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed an order "On the allocation of funds from the Government's reserve fund for the restoration of highways in the regions of the Far East affected by large-scale floods," according to the Government's materials on August 28.
In accordance with the document, more than 1,1 billion rubles will be allocated additionally, which will allow to restore the destroyed roads of regional or intermunicipal, local significance and bridges in the affected from flooding by the subjects of the Federation.
According to the state authorities of the Federation, as a result of flooding, more than 2 thousand km of regional (inter-municipal) and local roads turned out to be flooded. About 1,5, thousands of kilometers of such roads in areas that left the flood zone, were destroyed.
Estimated cost of work aimed at the speedy provision of travel on the roads, as well as their restoration to the original state, according to the Federation (as of 1 in January of 2014), is about 6316,9 million rubles.
Taking into account the funds of regional budgets allocated for the specified purposes, the need for funds from the federal budget is 1173,4 million rubles.
By the decree signed by Rosavtodor in 2014, budget allocations for the total amount of 1 173 429,2 thousand rubles are allocated from the reserve fund of the Government of Russia. These funds are allocated to provide interbudgetary transfers to the subjects of the Federation for the partial restoration of highways of regional or intermunicipal and local significance.
The allocated funds are distributed between the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), the Primorsky and Khabarovsk Territories, the Amur and Magadan regions, the Jewish Autonomous Region in proportion to the extent of certain damage caused to roads.