The head of the Russian Cabinet of Ministers Mikhail Mishustin signed an order according to which four regions will receive more than 3.3 billion rubles for repair and construction of roads, according to the website of the government of the country.
About 3 billion rubles of them will go to the implementation of the first stage of the construction of a high-speed highway in St. Petersburg. 250 million rubles were allocated for the reconstruction of the road network in the Amur town of Tynda, 54 million rubles – for the repair of roads in Suzdal, 41 million rubles – for the reconstruction of the bridge across the Shchelkan river in the Volgograd region.
Earlier it became known that the development of transport infrastructure in nine Russian regions will be sent about 1.2 billion rubles.
On Friday, the head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin instructed the Cabinet of Ministers, by August 1, submit a report on the allocation of additional funds in the amount of 80 billion rubles for road repair and development of public transport