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The damage to the roads of Yakutia over the past year is estimated at almost 2 billion rubles

In the summer of the last 2013, the Zarechye and Northeastern districts of Yakutia underwent spring and two summer rain floods at once. As a result, the size of the damage inflicted only on the republic’s roads was 1 850 million rubles.

1 802,4 million rubles were allocated to eliminate the damage caused, including 1 million rubles from the federal budget and 392,5 million rubles from the budget of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).

As a result of the measures taken, it was possible to ensure travel on roads of regional and local significance in all directions until September of 2013. In 2013, the 175,8 km of roads was fully restored. The rescue and recovery operations were continued in the current 2014 year. By the end of this year, it is necessary to complete work on the restoration of culverts and bridges in the amount of 634,2 million rubles.

However, the element has not bypassed Yakutia in the 2014 year. This year, as a result of the spring flood and long torrential rains, significant destructions of the roads of regional and local importance occurred again. According to preliminary estimates, the amount of damage is about 750 million rubles.

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