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The new mayor of Vladivostok promised to tidy up the roads of the city
Oleg Gumenyuk, whom the deputies of the Vladivostok Duma elected as mayor of the city, intends first of all to take up the development of road infrastructure. He said that in the Far Eastern capital to build and repair roads, do parking and reconstruct storm drains.
The new head of the city also plans to make public transport more comfortable. According to the press service of the administration of Vladivostok, this year the mayor’s office will purchase 103 new buses and intend to complete the introduction of a cashless payment system.
In addition to this area, the new mayor will undertake the resettlement of residents of emergency houses. Also in the city will continue to build new kindergartens and schools, to improve the courtyards, squares and parks.
Oleg Gumenyuk elected mayor Vladivostok today, 28 March. Of the 28 deputies, 23 people voted for him, the other five were against it. Inauguration will be held in early April.