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A permit for the construction of the “Strela” transportation system has been issued

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A permit for the construction of the “Strela” transportation system has been issued

The Moscow region’s authorities have issued a permit for the building of the first section of a line of the “Strela” overhead transportation system in the Krasnogorsk district.

As Construction.ru was told by the regional press office, specialists from “Morton” will conduct construction works on this site within the “Ilyinskoye-Usovo” project.

Preparatory works have already been undertaken there: the seating of the truck structure’s bearings are being paved with concrete and the metal construction elements are being supplied. For the Ilyinskoye-Usovo district, “Strela” will become the key element in the road scheme developed by the Group of Companies.

The first testing section of the transportation system, a depot and a station will have been built by 1st of July 2016. The total investment amounts to 1 bln roubles.

In the future 8 km of “Strela” will pass through the micro-district’s territory and then, along Novorizhskoye Shosse, it will divert towards a transport interchange node around the 22nd kilometer of Novorizhskoye Shosse (M-9 Baltiya).

After that, from the transport hub to “Myakinino” metro station, there will be a high-speed tram branch. Based on the available data, the first carriage for “Strela” is being produced already in Germany.

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