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Ring Road Repairs Slated

The city will begin making repairs to the Moscow Ring Road, Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said at a meeting on transportation Monday, Prime-Tass reported.

In addition, 18 of the city's main thoroughfares, 20 transfer ramps, 50 kilometers of electrical cables and five express tramway lines will be reconstructed.

Moscow chief architect Alexander Kuzmin said at the meeting that, among the repairs, will be the construction of a second exit onto MKAD in the Yasenevo district, a rail connection between Eastern and Western Biryulyovo, a second exit to Zelenograd, reconstruction of Mozhaiskoye Shosse to accommodate traffic to Skolkovo and reconstruction of Volokolamsky Prospekt for the building of the new Spartak stadium for the 2018 football world championship.

(Vedomosti)

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