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More than 2 million rubles allocated to Zabaykalsky districts to create an accessible environment for people with limited mobility

More than 2 million rubles allocated to Zabaykalsky districts to create an accessible environment for people with limited mobility
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The municipalities of the Trans-Baikal Territory received more than 2 million rubles to create a comfortable urban environment for people with limited mobility. These events will be held as part of the implementation of the Accessible Environment program. This was reported by the press service of the government.

With the allocated funds, it is planned to equip 4 specialized bus stops along the Novaya Kuka – Chita and Chita – Aleksandrovka routes in the Chita region, equip the library of the city of Balei with ramps and handrails, in the city of Mogocha - to adapt the children's art school for visits of people with limited mobility, set up a special information board in clubs in the villages of Yumurchen, Krasny Yar, Ust-Kareng, etc. In total, the total amount of funds allocated for the 2019 year by Transbaikalia to create a comfortable urban environment for people with limited mobility amounted to 25 million rubles. At the moment, the program has already been repaired in 26 socially significant objects.

Earlier it was reported that in the Transbaikal village of Tura, the school, damaged in April 2014 from an ammunition explosion, combined with a kindergarten was restored. The restoration cost amounted to 249,6 million rubles, and another 27 million rubles was allocated for the purchase of equipment. Funds for the repair of the educational institution came from the federal budget in the framework of the state program "Education Development".