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Four exits will be made for the Bypass Khabarovsk highway
The Bypass Khabarovsk highway will have four ramps. Now the projects of two of them are undergoing state examination.
According to the press service of the city administration, the projects of two congresses are still being approved by experts: in the area of the Chernorechenskoye highway and within the boundaries of the Eastern highway - Gorky street. The remaining two - to Matveevskoe highway and to Sidorenko street - are still at the design stage. When the project is ready, specialists will be able to estimate the cost of the work and the source of funding.
According to the deputy head of the city administration's department of roads, Stanislav Kochemazov, according to preliminary data, financing will be carried out not only from the city treasury, but also from the budgets of other levels, since we are talking about an amount of hundreds of million rubles.
In addition to the ramps themselves, five sections of city roads will be reconstructed: Vostochnoye shosse from Gorky Street in the section from Novyborgskaya to Gagarin; Chernorechenskoe highway in the area of Matveevskoe highway; Suvorov street from Voroshilov to the overpass on the 60th anniversary of October avenue; Aerodromnaya street. It is also planned to build Panfilovtsev Street from Malinovsky to the overpass on the 60th anniversary of October Avenue. The roads will be made four-lane, storm sewers will be installed there, traffic lights will be installed, and landscaping will be done.
Thanks to the reconstruction of roads and the completion of the Bypass Khabarovsk highway, it will be possible to solve several pressing problems. So, it will be easier to leave the Yuzhny microdistrict, and heavy trucks from federal highways will not be able to enter the city. According to the plans, the administration clarifies, the new route should start operating by 2022. The project cost is about 40 billion rubles, the route takes about 27 km and will be able to handle up to 96 thousand cars per day.