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More than 1 thousand bridges and overpasses will be put in order in the Far Eastern Federal District

More than 1 thousand bridges and overpasses will be put in order in the Far Eastern Federal District
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The program of bringing into normative state and construction of bridges, viaducts and artificial structures on roads of regional, intermunicipal and local significance before the year 2035 was approved at a meeting of the government transport commission. More than one thousand bridges and overpasses will be put in order in the Far East along it.

2035 in the Far Eastern Federal District will build and reconstruct 40 overpasses at the intersections of railways. According to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development and Development, the program also included such large projects as the construction of a bridge across the Zeya River in Blagoveshchensk in 2021-2024, the construction of a crossing over the Lena River in Yakutsk in 2020-2025, and the construction of a bridge to Russky Island through Elena Island in 2020-2025 years.

The right-wing commission also discussed the list of road sections that the regions will transfer to federal ownership. By President’s order, by 2021, the roads will be given federal ownership to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk - Okha in the Sakhalin Region, Blagoveshchensk - Svobodny - Tsiolovsky in the Amur Region and the highway bypassing Chita in Transbaikalia.