The authorities of the Ryazan region, Russia, plan to build a new railway bypassing the regional capital city from the south.
As local media report on Tuesday, the new railway branch will pass through the village of Tuma to the city of Vladimir, and will bypass the city of Ryazan from the south, parallel to the planned South Road Bypass.
In addition, a bridge for rail and road transport will also built in the village of Vyshgorod for crossing the river of Oka.
As a reference, Ryazan is an administrative center of the Ryazan region, Russia, located 196 kilometers southeast of Moscow. Since the 19th century, there is a railway connection between Moscow and Ryazan.