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To build the Lensky bridge in Yakutia a year earlier
The construction of a road bridge across the Lena River in Yakutia may be completed a year earlier - in 2024. Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin gave the order to work out a financial model to accelerate the construction of the facility.
According to the press service of the Deputy Prime Minister, they should work out a model for accelerating the construction period within 2024 within the framework of the deadlines for implementing the Comprehensive Plan for the modernization and expansion of the main infrastructure. At the same time, a final decision on accelerating the construction of the transition and a financial decision for this has not yet been made.
The authorities of Yakutia and the consortium of the state corporation Rostec and the VIS group signed Concession agreement on the construction of the Lensky bridge in February this year. In the summer of 2019, the project entered the national program on the development of the Far East.
Transition will build in the narrowest place Lena River near the village of Tabaga. Work planned to be completed Until 2025 year. According to preliminary estimates, the total length of the bridge will be more than three km, and the length of approaches is about 11 km.