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Amur region received more than 900 million rubles to restore roads

Amur region received more than 900 million rubles to restore roads
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Amur Oblast received 912,5 million rubles from the federal budget for the restoration of roads and bridges after the floods of 2018 and 2019. The money will be primarily spent on the restoration of 148,1 km of regional roads and 33,1 km of the municipal road network.

They plan to restore the roads in the region by the end of this year. Six regions of the Amur Region will receive 13 million rubles to restore 630 sections of roads of regional significance. Work will take place in the Konstantinovsky, Mazanovsky, Mikhailovsky, October, Roman and Svobodnensky areas.

282,5 million rubles will be spent on repairing the destroyed sections of roads in Blagoveshchensk, Belogorsk, the village of Arkhar, Arkharinsky, Blagoveshchensky, Zavitinsky, Zeysky and Mazanovsky districts.

The Governor of the Amur Region, Vasily Orlov, instructed all departments to establish control over the use of federal funding. Now there is a definition of contractors for work.

Repair of flood-damaged roads will begin this summer. In total, the regions of the Far East will receive from the federal budget more than 1,5 billion rubles to restore roads and bridges after floods of past years.  

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