In Tayshet district Irkutsk Region will construct road with a firm covering

Show original
Author of a photo: Archive of Rosavtodor

this year the authorities Irkutsk Region plan to sign contract on construction of highways with a firm covering in Tayshet district which will connect settlements Shelayevo, Mirnyi, Chermanchet. The minister of construction reported road economy about it, the region Svetlana Svirkina. Funds for object will be allocated from federal and regional budgets.

"Ministry constructions, road economy Irkutsk region carried out preliminary protection of the demand in Federal Road Agency. It is planned to conclude the agreement for 2019-2020", - told Svetlana Svirkina, her words are provided in the message of the press service of Government of Irkutsk region.


It is planned that in 2019 for construction of the road will allocate 100,1 million rubles from federal budgets, with 199,2 million more rubles - from regional treasury. In 2020 on object from federal and regional budgets it is planned to direct to 166,6 million rubles and 650,9 million rubles respectively. The budget cost of construction of highways makes 1 billion 116,9 million rubles.

At the moment is available soil it is expensive, it can use in the winter and in dry time in the summer. In the period of an impassability of roads in the fall and in the spring inhabitants of Shelayevsky, Mirninsky, Tamtachetsky, Polinchetsky, Novobiryusinsky municipalities are compelled to use only railway transport with change at Reshota's station.

thus in the territory adjoining to road "Tayshet - Shitkino - Shelayev", realize two investment agricultural projects. Therefore financing constructions of the route "Tayshet-Shitkino-Shelayevo" will be made within Gosprogramma of developments agriculture. As works are coming difficult, construction is broken into three stages. With commissioning of this highways the extent of standard regional and intermunicipal routes to Irkutsk Region will increase by 17,826 km.

Full article is available at its source

Go to full article