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Amur region needs more than 450 million rubles to restore roads

Governor of the Amur Region Oleg Kozhemyako appealed to the government of the Russian Federation with a request to allocate this year 456 million rubles to complete the restoration of road infrastructure in the Amur region, which suffered from severe flooding.

Oleg Kozhemyako said that “733 km of roads, 190 km of pipes were destroyed in the regional road sector, 116 bridges were damaged. 1,2 billion rubles were allocated from the reserve of the government of the Russian Federation of the region, at the expense of these funds the roads were restored according to temporary schemes. Currently, less than a third of the road objects have been brought to their original condition.

In addition, about a thousand houses remain unsuitable for living in the Amur region. Another three thousand houses need to be repaired before the end of September 2014 year. For the construction and repair of housing the region needs 2,4 billion rubles, and was allocated in 2013 879 million rubles according to the plan developed by the Ministry of Regional Development of the Russian Federation.

Also, the governor proposed to extend to September 30 2014, the effect of the presidential decree on the organization of cargo transportation by rail to flood-hit regions without charge.

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