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The section of the busiest highway is being reconstructed in the Amur region

The section of the busiest highway is being reconstructed in the Amur region
Photo: amurobl.ru

In the Amur Region, a contractor was chosen for the reconstruction of a 16-kilometer section of the Blagoveshchensk-Svobodny road. The work will be performed by the road construction organization JSC Asphalt. They will be financed under the federal project "Communications between centers of economic growth" of a comprehensive plan for the modernization and expansion of transport infrastructure.

The regional highway Blagoveshchensk - Svobodny, built more than 50 years ago, is one of the most popular and busy in the region. The road connects the regional center with the city, where large-scale construction projects are underway - the construction of the Amur Gas Processing Plant, the Amur Gas Chemical Complex, and the Vostochny cosmodrome.

Due to the increased traffic in recent years, the condition of the road has deteriorated significantly, so the regional authorities decided to reconstruct the section between the villages of Novinka and Novopetrovka - there is a difficult terrain, sharp turns, descents and ascents. The renovation should improve safety on this section of the track.

The section from km 47 to km 63 is to be reconstructed by the contractor by August 2024. The company is already preparing permits and a project for production works. The renovation of 16 km of the highway will require almost 2,8 billion rubles.

This October in operation handed over the site 129 km - 135 km. Almost 574 million rubles were spent on the reconstruction.

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