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25 Kilometers of New Pavement Will Be Built in Moscow This Year
30.04.2013 16:03
25 Kilometers of New Pavement Will Be Built in Moscow This Year

Administration of Moscow intends to build in the centre of the city at least 19 new pavements this year. The total length of the pavements will be about 24.64 kilometers.


It is supposed to create pedestrian mall on such streets as Znamenka, Dmitrovka and Vozdvizhenka. Besides that, the following areas will be transformed: along the Hermitage Garden on Karetny Ryad Street, on the area from Sadovo-Kudrinskaya to the printing office at Patriarch's Ponds, Malaya Bronnaya, the section from Bolshaya Lubyanka Street to Sretenka. It is also planned that the total area of pedestrian mall will be about 323,480 square meters.


The Department of Housing and Public Utilities of the city in its turn notes that all the blue plastic public lavatory cabins will be removed from the pedestrian streets in the centre of Moscow. The cabins will be replaced by stationary public conveniences with hot water, wash-hand stands, lights, mirrors and an alarm button. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow Travel    

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