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Transbaikalia received 375 million rubles for road repairs after the flood

Transbaikalia received 375 million rubles for road repairs after the flood
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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree on the allocation of 375 million rubles to the Trans-Baikal Territory for the repair of roads and bridges affected by floods last year. “This year we have to restore 22 bridge and 117 kilometers of roads - in the Nerchinsky, Krasnochikoysky, Tungokochensky and Duldurginsky areas. Some of the work has already been completed at the expense of the region’s road fund last year, ”said Viktor Pazdnikov, Ampred of the regional government.

In the 2018 year, a powerful flood damaged 182 kilometers of local and regional roads, 36 bridges and 49 culverts. 109 facilities were restored last year. In turn, the head of the region Alexander Osipov noted that the repair of the transport infrastructure of the region should have a positive effect on the socio-economic situation of the region’s population.

Earlier it was reported that the Trans-Baikal Territory will receive 6 million rubles for the repair of bridges damaged by April fires. The federal budget allocated funds for the repair of three automobile bridges. Reconstruction work is also underway at shepherd camp sites and villages affected by the fire. In total, in April 2019, 169 residential buildings burned down in fires, with 125 completely, 128 shepherd sites and more than 12 thousand livestock killed.