Moscow Region Central Ring Road, Section 4

Moscow Region Central Ring Road, Section 4

Moscow Region (new construction, reconstruction)
Design, detailed design development
Project period: 2018 – Present
General Designer: AO Institute Stroyproect
Client: State Company Russian Highways


The Moscow Region Central Ring Road is a priority federal project in the field of transport infrastructure. 
Key objectives of the project:
• Relieve radial routes by creating new transverse transport links,
• Optimize freight traffic flow distribution by intercepting and diverting heavy trucks at the  approaches of Moscow,
• Enable the intensive development of international transport corridors.

Section 4 is the southeastern segment of the road, which interconnects federal highways M-7 Volga and M-4 Don.

Scope of work:
• Design
• Detailed design

Technical characteristics:
• type of construction – new construction
• road class – express highway
• road category - I A
• total length - 96.8 km
• design speed – 150 km/hour
• number of lanes- 4 (and 6 lanes at the traffic interchange with M-5 Ural)
• traffic interchanges – 6

The project is implemented based on the concession agreement between the State Company Russian Highways (Grantor) and South-East Highway LLC (Concessionaire).





Three Sections of Moscow Region Central Ring Road opened to traffic 29.12.2020 Three Sections of Moscow Region Central Ring Road opened to traffic

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.

 
 

 

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