Three of the six transport interchanges of the Mytishchi Expressway are 85% ready

The 16-kilometer Mytishchi Expressway, which is being built by VIS Group in the Moscow region, includes 6 transport interchanges that will provide connections to the existing road network. Five interchanges are currently under construction; three of them are over 85% ready.

The main scope of the new expressway construction will focus on the construction of artificial structures. All 11 bridges and overpasses are being built simultaneously, seven facilities are at the stage of finishing work and are technically ready for vehicles to pass through. The total span of the road surface on artificial structures will be about 2.4 km.

Currently, VIS Group employs over 900 construction workers and 165 units of special equipment. With the onset of the warm construction season, the number of on-site personnel is growing daily. A significant amount of work has been completed to relocate and modernize utility networks falling within the easement area. In total there are more than 200 of them, 180 of which have already been restructured.

“Storm drainage has been completed along the entire route. Discharged water is purified using local treatment facilities. There will be 13 of them, i.e., one at almost every kilometer of the road. Construction work has been completed and installation of equipment is beginning at seven of the thirteen facilities. 62% of the cable lines have been laid for nine transformer substations, which will provide a power supply to the route,” said Alexander Maksakov, VIS Group project director.

Mytishchi Expressway is a joint concession project of VIS Group and the Government of the Moscow Region, designed to improve transport accessibility for almost a million residents of the Moscow region. The road will pass at a distance of 4-8 km from the Moscow Ring Road and will connect Yaroslavskoye, Ostashkovskoye and Dmitrovskoye highways.

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