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The track in the Jewish Autonomous Region was proposed to be transferred to federal ownership

The track in the Jewish Autonomous Region was proposed to be transferred to federal ownership
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Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin proposed to transfer the Birobidzhan-Ungun-Leninskoye highway to federal ownership. Reconstruction of the highway cost 472 million rubles.

According to the press service of the Russian government, the parties discussed such plans during a working meeting. Last year, there were similar statements, but then the plans were not implemented. The road itself, writes TASS, was renovated in three years. The cost of the work was 472 million rubles for 4,5 kilometers.

In addition, Marat Khusnullin supported plans to build an overpass across the Birobidzhan - Leninsk railway. Funds for the facility will be allocated through the Ministry of Transport, and in the future this will increase the cargo turnover to 20 million tons to China via Nizhneleninskoye.

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