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Irkutsk region needs more than 1 billion rubles for road repair

Irkutsk region needs more than 1 billion rubles for road repair
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In the Irkutsk region, 49 sections of roads fell into the flood zone. 22 bridge is also flooded, with nine of them destroyed. Two ferry crossings suffered. On local roads, you need to restore sections with a total length of 36 km and 17 bridge crossings.

According to the press service of the regional government, the preliminary amount needed to restore transport infrastructure is estimated at almost 1,7 billion rubles. This year, the government of the Russian Federation allocated a subsidy in the amount of 493,9 million rubles to Angara. In 2020-2021, more payments are planned - 500 million rubles and 600 million rubles, respectively.

Also from the regional budget will allocate 16,8 million rubles. The funds will be used to restore the 11 pedestrian bridges that were damaged during the flood.

According to local media, approximately 800 million rubles is needed to lift the federal highway in the Tulun region. Work is planned to begin next year.

According to preliminary estimates, floods caused about 800 million rubles damage to the roads of the Irkutsk region. More than 34 sections of routes with a length of over 240 km were flooded. Blurred 35 pipes, damaged 16 bridges, ten of which are completely destroyed. And the total flood damage exceeded 31 billion.