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A new bridge crossing in the Amur Region was commissioned

With the participation of the Governor of the Amur Region, Oleg Kozhemyako, a new bridge crossing over the Malaya Gryaznushka River was put into operation, the press service of the region reports. The facility is located at the 40th kilometer of the Zeya - Tygda highway.

“Today's opening of the bridge is a landmark event, because it is the first capital structure erected after the last flood. The work on its construction was carried out promptly and in the shortest possible time, which was so necessary for the inhabitants of Zeya and the Zeya region. At present, other road works are being carried out to restore road sections in the Amur Region after the last flood, ”Oleg Kozhemyako stressed.

The expert survey of the bridge was carried out in 2011, in the spring of 2013, according to the results of the tender, a state contract was concluded for the construction of the object. Work on its construction should have been completed by the end of November 2013. The last flood shifted the deadline for putting the object into 7 months.

“We still have a lot of work ahead of us. In the future, we will have to repair more than one bridge, and normal car traffic will be restored in the Zeysky region,” said the head of the Zeysky region, Andrei Suhomesov.

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