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New Roads to Lake Baikal
9.09.2018 09:58
New Roads to Lake Baikal

The Government of Irkutsk Oblast intends to completely pave the road leading to the village of Bolshoye Goloustnoye on the coast of Lake Baikal with asphalt until 2023. A road section of the 4th to the 15th km in Irkutsk Oblast will be repaired already this year.

      50 million roubles from the federal budget and 133.2 million roubles from the regional budget will be allocated for this purpose. In addition, the contractor is currently working on the site from the 46th to the 70th km, 1.37 billion roubles have been allocated for its reconstruction.

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      As specified, the preparatory works are carried out on the site from the 41st to thte 46th  km, a project of repairs of the section from 15th to 25th  km is also being prepared: the works on the site are to start in 2019. Currently, 120 km of the road from Irkutsk to Bolshoye Goloustnoye are paved with gravel.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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