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Rosavtodor will spend 26,4 billion rubles this year on the construction of roads in the Far East
Rosavtodor announced plans to put into operation 225 kilometers of new roads in the Far East by the end of this season. 26,4 billion rubles from the budget will be allocated for these purposes, the organization’s press service reports.
The largest number of constructed sites will be located on the territory of the Republic of Sakha (113,1 km), Primorsky Krai (43,7 km), and the Amur Region (25,1 km).
In addition, at present, the Federal Highway Agency has submitted applications from the administrations of the subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District to subsidize the construction of 8 paved roads to rural settlements. The total cost of these objects is 228,5 million rubles and suggests a financing scheme in which 176,8 million rubles is allocated from the federal budget, and 51,7 million rubles from the regional treasury of the Russian Federation.
According to the head of Rosavtodor Roman Starovoyt, it is planned to provide year-round communication with the backbone network of highways to settlements with a population of more than 970 people.