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Audit Chamber: Vladivostok - Nakhodka highway - Vostochny port will not pass on time
The Accounts Chamber of Russia revealed violations of the deadlines during the construction of the Vladivostok-Nakhodka-Vostochny port. According to the auditors, there are significant risks that by 2020, the road section would not have passed. As the test showed, on 1 December 2018, the technical readiness of the section km 18 + 500 - km 40 + 800 was only 35,6% in the 49% plan. At the same time, over the last year, the backlog has increased from 9 to 13%.
According to the auditor of the Accounts Chamber, Valery Bogomolov, in the fourth quarter of last year, four bridges were to be made, another one - in the first quarter of this year. However, it will not appear on time, since the readiness of these objects ranges from 47 to 59%. Moreover, work on the construction of three bridges and one overpass last year was practically not carried out.
According to the press service of the Accounts Chamber, the main reason for the violation of the deadlines was poor-quality design and estimate documentation. The Department of Transport and Road Management of Primorye spent almost 160 million rubles on its development, but already during the construction, they found in the documentation serious technical and engineering errors that caused the collapse of the earthen slope. The work had to be stopped, and the documentation - sent for re-adjustment with the further passage of the state examination. As a result, the regional budget had to additionally spend 38,5 million rubles. The documentation has not yet been corrected.
The Accounts Chamber also found other violations: in 2017-2018, the Department of Transport and Road Management bought land plots for the construction of the road, the area of which is more than what the design documentation required. It cost the federal budget almost 14,6 million rubles. We also found violations during the procurement process - the department split up single transactions into several contracts, the value of which did not exceed 100 thousand rubles. As a result, benefits were created for specific performers with whom they eventually signed contracts.
The Accounts Chamber will send information about all violations to the President of Russia and the Governor of Primorsky Krai, and will also prepare an appeal to the FAS and a report to the chambers of the Federal Assembly.