Deputy Mayor of Moscow M. Khusnullin, said that in the coming year it is planned to begin construction of 60 km of highways in the capital. He made this statement after visiting the construction of a transport interchange, which is located at the intersection of Profsoyuznaya and Novoyasenevsky Prospekt.
According to him, work will be continued in 2013 on Profsoyuznaya Street. Today, the construction of this interchange, which is considered the most difficult junction, is rapidly moving forward. Builders strive to complete the work on time. This year, work should begin on the reconstruction of the Kaluga highway, which will be made eight-lane, which should help increase the flow of road transport.
In addition, Khusnullin said that he plans to start work on the reconstruction of Rublevsky highway and Leninsky Prospekt.
Sobyanin, who also visited the construction site, said that Muscovites are already eager to get acquainted with the results of the work of the builders. It is believed that builders are delaying work. However, the works do not have any impact on the traffic, there is just a slowdown in traffic due to the large number of trucks and construction vehicles. The mayor instructed M.Khusnulin weekly to monitor the construction of road facilities.
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