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Cycle Track 75 km Long will be Constructed in the Stavropol Territory
9.11.2020 00:11
Cycle Track 75 km Long will be Constructed  in the Stavropol Territory

More than 2.8 billion rubles will be directed to the Stavropol Territory for the creation of the Kavminvodsky cycling track - the corresponding order was signed by Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, the government press service reported on Sunday.

      According to the press service, the new cycling route will unite the resorts of the Caucasian Mineral Waters - the cities of Lermontov, Zheleznovodsk and the Mineralovodsk urban district. Its length will be 75 km, the width of the route itself  - 8 m. It is noted that the project is included in the state program "Development of the North Caucasus Federal District". Construction work will begin in 2021 and end in 2023. According to the press service, there will be more than 40 stops on the route with observation platforms, cafes, bike rental and medical centers. The goal of the project is to restore the infrastructure of mountain routes that existed in the 19th-20th centuries.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Stavropol Territory     

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