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The first toll road "Bypass Khabarovsk" was put on the cadastral register

The first toll road "Bypass Khabarovsk" was put on the cadastral register
Photo: vis-group.ru

In Khabarovsk, the first toll highway "Bypass of Khabarovsk" was put on the cadastral register. The Rosreestr registered a section from 13 kilometers to 42 kilometers with a length of 25 240 meters.

As EastRussia was told in Rosreestr, the Ministry of Construction of the Khabarovsk Territory issued permission to put the road into operation in early October. This route will become the first high-speed toll road in the Far East. "Bypass Khabarovsk" will connect the center of the city with the Southern and Northern regions, the Eastern Highway, 60-Let Oktyabrya Avenue. Also near the highway is the airport "Khabarovsk-Novy".

According to the company "VIS", the road will be operated on the basis of a concession agreement until 2031. Traffic control will be carried out by an intelligently automated system that can monitor compliance with the speed limit, inform operational services about incidents. The system will be able to “notice” even ice on the road. For this, 41 frames with electronic information boards were installed on the track.

Cost of work amounted to 47 billion rubles. From these funds from the federal budget allocated 18,8 billion rubles, and 17,5 billion rubles - investor funds. The length of the route is 52,8 kilometers, and by 2025 the traffic will amount to 25 thousand cars per day.

The fare will be set by the government of the Khabarovsk Territory, but they will not be charged until the end of the year.

 

 

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