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A new 180-meter bridge will be built in a Transbaikal village divided by the river - EastRussia | Far East






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A new 180-meter bridge will be built in a river-separated Transbaikal village

A new 180-meter bridge will be built in a river-separated Transbaikal village

In the Transbaikal village of Kaydalovo, Karymsky District, the construction of a temporary moto-pedestrian bridge across the Ingoda River began, dividing the village into two parts. “This year, the contractor should make an access embankment, it is planned to install support foundations and install supports, as well as purchase materials for the span structure”, the acting head noted. Deputy Prime Minister of Transbaikalia Viktor Pazdnikov. The length of the new bridge will be 180 meters, and the carrying capacity is up to three tons, which will allow an ambulance to pass on it.

Until recently, about 200 residents of the village of Kaydalovo were forced to use a boat for crossing in the summer, and in winter cross the river on ice. After the visit of the head of Transbaikalia by Alexander Osipov to this settlement, a decision was made to build a bridge. The construction of the facility is planned to be completed by 2020 year. Similar bridges will also be erected in the village of Bolshaya Rechka across the Chinay River and across the River Sometimes in the village of Novokruchinsky.

Ранее сообщалосьthat the village of Aginskoye received a subsidy from the regional road fund in the amount of 35 million rubles for the repair of 1,6 kilometer of the main street. The work will be carried out in preparation for the International Buryat festival "Altargan", which will be held in 2020 year.