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Varshavskoe Highway Tunnel Opens For Motorists
May 29, 2013 13:14


 The start of May 2013 saw the completion of the Varshavskoe Highway Tunnel, near Prazhskaya Metro in the south of Moscow. For over a year the roadworks drove the motorists and pedestrians wild, but deep down everybody knew this was a necessary nuisance. Varshavskoe Highway is one of the busiest in Moscow, connecting the city centre with the southern districts and the Moscow Circular Highway. Now, with some minor polishing left to do, the tunnel is working fine, allowing a portion of traffic to go underneath the bridge. And the citizens will agree that never before this part of the highway seemed so wide. 

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian transportation Moscow transport    

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