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By the end of the year, 76 stopping pavilions will be installed in Khabarovsk

By the end of the year, 76 stopping pavilions will be installed in Khabarovsk
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By the end of the year, 76 new stopping pavilions will appear in Khabarovsk. The bus stop repair program is designed until 2026, the total amount of funding is 407 million rubles.

According to the press service of the Khabarovsk administration, there are 663 stops in the city. By order of the mayor, an inventory of them was carried out, complaints from residents were analyzed. According to the deputy head of the city for industry, transport, communications and work with law enforcement agencies Alexander Prokhorets, 12 out of 76 bus pavilions will be financed from the city budget, 11 million rubles have been allocated for this.

“This does not mean that about a million will be spent on each stop. Some of the sites only require replacement or installation of the pavilions themselves - these are not too expensive measures. For example, such a pavilion has already appeared at the Zaparina stop along Ussuriysky Boulevard, ”he noted.

Some of the sites require large investments: in particular, four stops along Voronezhskaya Street in the area of ​​intersection with Pobedy Street are being built from scratch: the culvert, curbs and sidewalks are being arranged, filling with rubble and soil and other work.

Currently, work is underway on Zelenaya, Novyborgskaya, Malinovskiy, Zaparina streets, and the Road Hospital stop. In October, new pavilions will appear at the "Cathedral" stop, near the Voronezh highway - Pobedy street.

Another 17 stopping points in Khabarovsk are being developed as part of the Safe High-Quality Roads national project: two stops at the Pokrovsky Temple, the same number at the Cardboard and Roofing Plant stop, 13 stops along Berezovskoye Shosse.

The Mayor's Office of Khabarovsk ordered the production of 47 more stopping pavilions by the Federal Penitentiary Service. Some of them, with a metal frame and side glazing, will be installed in the center, 32 pavilions made of metal and profiled sheet will be installed in those places where they are most in demand. To determine specific locations, the city authorities will interview the townspeople.

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