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Road builders in Khabarovsk saved more than 4,5 million rubles

Road builders in Khabarovsk saved more than 4,5 million rubles

More than 4,5 million rubles were saved by the road builders of Khabarovsk due to the snowless winter. All the money has already returned to the city treasury.

According to the press service of the Khabarovsk administration, a total of 4,629 million rubles were saved on snow cleaning. According to the deputy head of the Department of Roads and External Improvement Alexander Vasiliev, the state contract for the maintenance of highways in winter was adjusted for this amount. The scope of work was also reduced by an additional agreement with the contractor. 

Volumes for the next winter season have not yet been determined, however, according to Alexander Vasilyev, the department will continue to work to save money, including cleaning ice and snow. The final amount can be called only after winter.

As noted in the city administration, all the savings are already distributed between other urban needs. The course towards austerity in the municipality was taken after the development of the situation with coronavirus. All structural divisions of the city hall are considering ways to reduce costs by 10-20%. Due to the pandemic, the city budget missed more than 200 million rubles in tax and non-tax revenues.

This year, road workers are waiting for large-scale work in the framework of the national project "Safe and high-quality roads." The city will repair 47 sections of roads in all areas. Their total length will be 43,71 km. Also in Khabarovsk, road markings will be updated and a set of measures will be taken to eliminate 32 traffic accidents. The total funding for these works will amount to 1,6 billion rubles.

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