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New Cycling and Pedestrian Routes in Moscow
25.10.2019 12:22
New Cycling and Pedestrian Routes in Moscow

A new cycling and pedestrian route will connect Fili Park with Tatarovskaya and Mnevnikovskaya floodplains in western Moscow. The total length of the new cycling and pedestrian route will make up about two kilometers. A total of 2.59 km of roads will be constructed.

      Within the frame of the project, it is planned to build the designed passage N1074, a pedestrian street, two pedestrian bridges across the Moskva River between floodplains and the park, as well as to equip a section of the embankment in the northwestern part of the Mnevnikovskaya floodplain.

      The length of the bridge can reach 200 meters, the structures between the Mnevnikovskaya floodplain and the park are about to reach 250 meters. The length of the pedestrian street will be 500 meters, and the designed passage passing into it will be 800 meters long.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow     

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