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Amur Region will receive 1,7 billion rubles from Rosavtodor to Zeysky Bridge
Preparatory work for the construction of a new bridge across the Zeya river in Blagoveshchensk will take place this year. Amur Oblast hopes to receive 1,7 billion rubles from Rosavtodor for this work.
At a press conference, Deputy Prime Minister of the Amur Region Pavel Matyukhin said that in the next two years the region will receive 4,7 billion rubles from the federal budget for the construction of a bridge connecting the two parts of the city. At least 15% of the total cost of work will be allocated from the regional treasury.
The authorities intend to overhaul the already existing Zeysky bridge. Now there is a design, builders will conduct work in stages. They can start next year.
Earlier, the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia approved the construction of a bridge over Zeya in Blagoveshchensk, it will begin in 2021, they plan to complete work in the region in 2024. Almost 20 billion rubles will be needed for the construction of the facility.
A two-lane cable-stayed bridge will be erected from the intersection of Gorky and Pervomaiskaya streets. The total width of the structure will be 12 meters, length - 1 meters. It will also be necessary to build almost seven km of roads on the left bank of Zeya in order to connect the bridge with the entrance to Blagoveshchensk.