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By 2030, there will be 20 thousand kilometers of highways in Russia

10/08

By 2030, there will be 20 thousand kilometers of highways in Russia

By 2030, there will be 20 thousand kilometers of highways in Russia Just after 11 years - by 2030 - in Central Russia, the regions of Siberia and the Urals there will be about 20 thousand kilometers of highways. This number is contained in the document “Development strategy of the network of high-ways in Russia until 2030,” prepared by the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation and Avtodor GC, «Kommersant»press report, citing a document.

According to the plans of the Ministry of Transport and Avtodor, the length of highways should increase from 5 thousand (available in 2016) to 20 thousand km. These will be highways of category 1A with speed limit of 130 km / h and highways of category 1B with speed limit of up to 110 km / h.

According to the plans of the Ministry of Transport and Avtodor, the length of highways should increase from 5 thousand (available in 2016) to 20 thousand km. These will be highways of category 1A with speed limit of 130 km / h and highways of category 1B with speed limit of up to 110 km / h. As part of the Strategy, it is planned to commission the already launched M-11 and Central Ring Road by 2020, to start building new roads, for example, an understudy of the M-7 Volga highway. By 2020, it is planned to build 3.6 thousand km of tracks. From 2021 to 2030, about 14 thousand km of roads can be built, including the second section of the Central Ring Road, the Ekaterinburg-Velikiye Luki, Kazan-Yekaterinburg, SochiNovorossiysk, ChelyabinskYekaterinburg, Izhevsk-Perm highways. The authors of the Strategy also indicate that after 2030, routes from Krasnoyarsk to Vladivostok, from Perm to Tomsk and bypassing Chita can be built.

The implementation of such ambitious plans will require about 7 trillion rubles, some of which are planned to be attracted from extrabudgetary sources. The Russian government may approve the prepared strategy by the end of 2016.