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Kamchatka and Koryakia for the first time connected the road of year-round action

According to the press service of the administration of the Kamchatka Krai, in the Koryaksky district there was an opening of the stretch of the avtozimnik of the prolonged action of Anavgai-Palan, connecting with. Tigil and village. Palana.

According to the head of the region, Vladimir Ilyukhin, the opening of year-round travel along this road is of great importance for the development of the transport infrastructure of Koryakia. “We really need this road. I think that the commissioning of this section of the winter road will also allow establishing a bus connection between Palana and Tigil. In addition, goods from one village to another can be delivered by road, - said Vladimir Ilyukhin. “We still have a lot of work ahead on the section of the auto winter road from Tigil to Anavgay, but today we are confident that this road will also appear”.

The total length of the caravan from Tigil to Palana is 200 kilometers. On the road there are 17 bridge crossings, most of which were built in the past. However, to ensure a year-round transport connection between the villages it was necessary to build another 4 bridge. At present, their construction is completed.

“The journey from Tigil to Palana is now year-round. Previously, it was possible to drive here only in winter, when the rivers are covered with ice. Now residents of the Kamchatka Territory can at any time of the year without stopping by four new bridges to get by car to the capital of Koryakia and back, "said Deputy Prime Minister of the Kamchatka Territory Yuri Zubar.

It is planned that in 2015 the construction of two more sections of the Anavgay-Palana autowinter will begin: 230 km - 240 km (from the village of Tigil towards the village of Anavgai) and from 0 km to 16 km (from the village of Anavgai towards Tigil). The first facility is scheduled to be completed by 2017, the second by 2018.

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