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A new overpass in the Free instead of the collapsed one will be built in 2019 year - EastRussia | Far East






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New overpass in the Free instead of the collapsed will begin to build in 2019

For the construction of a bridge in Svobodny, a financing mechanism was determined to replace the collapsed one. A commercial proposal for the development of investment justification with the passage of technological and price audit is now being considered. Regional Ministry of Transport intends to prepare it during this week. After that, it will be possible to attract investments from the federal budget.

Construction plans start in 2019. According to the press service of the Amur Region Government, the Minister of Transport of Russia, Yevgeny Dietrich, instructed the Director of the State Road Policy Department Igor Kostyuchenko to provide funds to the regional budget for the construction of the overpass.

Now in Svobodny, three bypass roads have been equipped to ensure transport accessibility of the outlying part of the city. For the organization of the transport communication, 34,7 million rubles were allocated.

Two spans of the bridge collapsed in the Free October 9 in the Freewhen a truck was driving on it. The driver was taken to the hospital with a broken leg and chest contusion. After that, the authorities of the city and the region had to restore an alternative road. The bridge over the railways was completely dismantled, the construction of a new one will require about two years. Presidential plenipotentiary in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev said that the cost of construction and maintenance of the transition should take on Russian Railways.