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The street in the capital of the Amur region began to be repaired by the national project

The street in the capital of the Amur region began to be repaired by the national project
Photo: mintrans.amurobl.ru

Asphalt laying work began on the first repair site of Kalinin Street in Blagoveshchensk. They are carried out as part of the national project "Safe and high-quality roads."

Contractors plan to complete this phase of work by May 10. In the area from Tenistoy̆ to Proletarskaya, the bottom̆ layer of asphalt concrete was laid at 50% - 700 tons and about four thousand square meters. meters of coverage. They have already dismantled paving slabs, installed a new curbstone. ⠀

This year, within the framework of the national project, Kalinin Street will be thoroughly repaired in the area from Tenistaya to Krasnoflotskaya. At the same time as road works, the utility infrastructure is being overhauled there. The object for repair was chosen according to the results of a public survey. For him, the residents gave the most votes.

The national project “Safe and high-quality highways” in the Amur Region is being implemented for the second year in a row. This year, within its framework, 17,5 km of roads in the Blagoveshchensk agglomeration will be repaired, construction of a bridge across Zeya in Blagoveshchensk will begin, restoration of the overpass in Svobodny, the construction of a new overpass in Novobureisky. 667 million rubles will be allocated for all work, of which 405 million rubles will come from the federal budget, and 262 million from the regional road fund.

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