More than 360 kilometers of roads built in New Moscow
During 2023, in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative districts (TiNAO), they intend to complete the construction of the main transport frame. In almost 11 years, more than 360 km of roads have been built in New Moscow. On Sunday, March 19, said the mayor of the capital Sergei Sobyanin.
“These are about 50 road transport infrastructure facilities, including five viaducts across railway tracks and 37 bridges,” wrote Sobyanin in his Telegram channel. What work has been done over the years?
- built the Maryino-Salaryevo road;
- carried out the reconstruction of the Kaluga highway;
- built transport interchanges and new exits from settlements to the main routes;
- launched three sections of the highway Solntsevo – Butovo – Warsaw highway.
Until 2024, it is planned to put into operation another 70 km of roads, Sobyanin noted. He added that traffic along the Varshavskoe highway – Andreevskoe – Yakovlevo will be launched this year. Specialists continue the construction of the Mamyri-Penino-Sharapovo highway, as well as the fourth section of the Solntsevo-Butovo-Varshavskoe highway, the Moscow Mayor said.
As Sobyanin previously said, in the fall of 2023, a new highway in Moscow will connect the Varshavskoye and Kaluga highways. Residents of Tinao will be able to move directly between regions.
On July 1, 2012, territories were annexed to the Russian capital, which received the name New Moscow. It was the largest administrative expansion of the city’s boundaries in its history. The area of the annexed territory was 148 thousand hectares. It was divided into Troitsky and Novomoskovsk administrative districts.