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Magadan region invests in construction of highways
Head Magadan region Vladimir Pechenyi said that the government of the Magadan region is currently developing an investment project for the construction of the Omsukchan-Pestraya Dresva Bay 141,7 km long highway in the Omsukchan region, Interfax - Far East reports. The project includes the reconstruction of the Omsukchan-Galimy section and the construction of two sections Galimy-Merenga and Merenga-Motley Dresva. In the future, it is planned to carry out sea transportation after the construction of berths for ships in the bay of Pestraia Dresva
At the moment, the group of companies ICT received long-term licenses for the construction of six sites and the creation of a coal complex. Investments in this project will amount to over 20 billion rubles.
Within the framework of the project "Economic and social development of the Far East and Transbaikalia for the period up to 2018", it is planned to build a bridge over the Emon River on the 20th km of the Palatka-Kulu-Neksikan highway, 1 km 120 m long. The contract has already been signed with LLC "Magadan Road Company" worth over 36 million rubles.
Do not ignore the use of new construction technologies. For example, on 14 km of the road from the village of Kholodny to Susuman, road workers laid down an experimental road surface that is notable for its durability, protects settlements from dust. For this purpose, a new asphalt plant was installed and launched in Susuman.
Funds for the construction come from the road fund of the Magadan region. The Governor noted that the integrated development of the region is impossible without improving the road infrastructure. However, the repair and maintenance of the highways is expensive, so additional funds will be attracted from the regional and federal budgets.