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The APN summit in Beijing was repaired by 300 bridges and strengthened security measures

For the APEC summit, which will be held in the Chinese capital from 10 on 11 November, 300 bridges have been repaired and security measures strengthened. This is stated in the reportage China Central Television.

“About 300 bridges have already been repaired in the city. The main highways also acquired a new look. In addition, from the 3rd to the 12th of November on the roads of the Chinese capital, an alternate restriction of the movement of cars with even and odd numbers will be introduced. According to the authorities' plan, this will help reduce traffic congestion: the number of private cars should be reduced by 35 percent, ”the Central Television Company said in a report. As previously reported, in order to clear the air, large industrial enterprises will stop working 10 days before the economic forum.

From 3-th to 6-e November, depending on the passenger traffic, the traffic of public transport will be adjusted. Particular attention is paid to Tiananmen Square, the National Convention Center, the capital airport and the areas where large hotels are located. "In all areas where activities related to the APEC summit will take place, the traffic will be limited. The city transport commission will warn the citizens about this in advance, "said Rong Jun, spokesman for the Beijing Municipal Transport Commission.

To ensure safety, during the summit the security of the city will be strengthened. The police will open special checkpoints in the most populous areas. In addition, law enforcement officers will regularly check taxis and tourist buses. 

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