Upgrade for nine Moscow roads
First publishedon www.WorldHighways.com
By 2014, the Russian capital Moscow is planning to reconstruct nine outgoing highways from the city.
Out of US$69.55 billion allocated for the city's transport development programme in 2012-2016 years, almost $19 billion will be spent on road construction and maintenance.
In 2012, almost $10 billion will be invested under the programme, including $3.4 billion in reconstruction of roads.
Currently, the Moscow Mayor's Office is looking for contractors, and is inviting bids for reconstruction of Entuziastov Shosse; a section of Leningradsky Prospect from the Moscow Ring Road to Sokol metro station; Mozhayskoye Highway; Ryazansky Prospect and Volgogradsky Prospect; roads near Rublevskoye Highways, and Yaroslavskoye Highway.
The city has already selected contractors to repair Varshavskoye and Kashirskoye Highways, the work is underway.