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On 28 December, a 170km-long stretch of Moscow Region Central Ring Road was officially opened to traffic. The ceremony was attended by Aide to President Igor Levitin, Deputy Prime-Minister Marat Khusnullin, Chairman of the Russian Highways Board Vyacheslav Petushenko, and other high-level officials.
The newly opened stretch includes several road sections interconnecting federal highways such as M-4 Don, M-7 Volga, M-10 Russia and M-11 Neva, and regional roads.
This landmark road was built, as stated by Mr. Khusnullin, not only for the benefit of Moscow Region but the entire country. It was a big challenge to construct a new modern highway on the territory of the Moscow megapolis with its huge population and a great number of utility networks. The total length of the highway is 336 km, out of which 310 km are now open to traffic.
The highway is planned to be completed in 2021.
The Client is State Company Russian Highways.
Stroyproekt Engineering Group has been working on the project since 2015. Our engineers were responsible for design, construction supervision and banking support during construction of road sections 4 and 5.
Our congratulations to everyone in Stroyproekt Engineering Group!
Moscow Region Central Ring Road, Section 4
The Moscow Region Central Ring Road is a priority federal project in the field of transport infrastructure.