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Construction of the A-290 highway interchange (km 73) Construction of the A-290 highway interchange (km 73)

Description

The interchange is designed to separate local and transit traffic flows and to increase the highway capacity by reducing traffic congestion. As a result, transport accessibility of the Black Sea coast will significantly improve.

 
Construction, reconstruction of A-290 highway, section km 52 — km 73 Construction, reconstruction of A-290 highway, section km 52 — km 73

Description Construction and reconstruction works on the highway are part of the national project — Comprehensive Plan for Modernisation and Expansion of Trunk Infrastructure for the period to 2024. 

 
New airport at Levashovo aerodrome New airport at Levashovo aerodrome

Description

The project envisages reconstruction of the existing aerodrome administered by the Russian Ministry of Defense and shared now with Gazprom Avia.

The reconstruction project includes construction of a business terminal for Gazprom and upgrade of the aerodrome to meet civil aviation standards for category II operations (precision approach). The aerodrome will handle such aircrafts as Boeing 737-700, Boeing 737 BBJ, F-7X, F-8X, TU-134, the MI-8 helicopters, etc.

 

 
Approach Road to New Platov Airport Approach Road to New Platov Airport

The new approach road links the new Platov airport with the northern by-pass of Rostov-on-Don and the M4 Don highway. Platov airport was built in 2017 as part of preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

 
The Volga River Bridge Project in Volgograd, Sections 2, 3 and 4 The Volga River Bridge Project in Volgograd, Sections 2, 3 and 4

The new 1-B category express road accommodates 4 lanes. Its 14 km-long route runs through the territory of the Volga-Akhtuba National Park and crosses a large number of water bodies.

 
Far West Krasnodar Bypass Far West Krasnodar Bypass

Description

A new 51km-long bypass road will run through three municipalities of Krasnodar Region and will have grade-separated interchanges with the existing railway and motor roads. The route will start at the junction with the federal highway M-4 Don and end at the junction with the federal highway A-289 between Krasnodar and the A-290 road Novorossiysk - Kerch.

 
East-West Highway with a bridge over the Neva East-West Highway with a bridge over the Neva

Description

St. Petersburg Master Plan envisages that the East-West Highway together with the Western High Speed Diameter (WHSD) and the Ring Road will form the network of urban highways. The highway is designed to ensure a new transport link between the city centre and outskirts. WHSD and the East-West Highway will create a bypass diverting transit traffic from the centre of St. Petersburg to the network of highways and throughfares.

The planned highway will include a bridge over the Neva to be built between the Alexander Nevsky Bridge and Volodarsky Bridge, which are located at 6.5 km from each other. The new bridge will relieve congestion at the approaches to these bridges and improve the traffic situation in the area.

 
Transport facilities being part of Tyumen bypass Transport facilities being part of Tyumen bypass

Stroyproekt has been developing the design and detailed design for construction of transport facilities being part of Tyumen bypass in the south of the city of Tyumen.


 
Construction of Tyumen Eastern By-pass Section Construction of Tyumen Eastern By-pass Section

Stage 1 of Tyumen Eastern By-pass includes a new bridge across the Tura River and a grade-separated traffic interchange with an overpass at Dambovskaya Street and a retaining wall for the Tura River left bank protection.

 
Bridge crossing over the Irtysh River Bridge crossing over the Irtysh River

Description

The new road section with a bridge crossing over the Irtysh River links two roads (Pavlodar — Aksu and Omsk — Pavlodar — Maykapshaygay) and is part of the Centre — East Transport Corridor. The new bridge has become a landmark of the transit route from the Central Kazakhstan to Russia.

One of the main Stroyproekt’s tasks was to optimize the previously adopted design solutions. Implementation of net arches allowed reducing the section of bearing structural elements as compared to traditional arches with vertical suspenders. This gave significant cost savings due to reduction of material quantities, in particular, steel demand decreased by 5.5 thousand tons. 

 

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