It became known when they plan to complete the road repair in front of the Curonian Spit checkpoint. Read more in the material “The Eastern Heraldin Kaliningrad”.
During a live broadcast on the SDGs page on VKontakte, Minister of Infrastructure Development Yevgenia Kukushkina announced the deadline for the completion of road repairs on the Curonian Spit. Thus, they plan to complete them by the start of the summer season.
She also warned local residents of some shortcomings, but urged them not to worry – everything will be sorted out with the arrival of good weather. So far, only the bottom layer of asphalt has been laid to complete the backfill. In the winter season, it became possible to detect shortcomings and, with the onset of stable warm weather, to eliminate them.
According to the Minister, the work will be completed by the start of the summer tourist season. As a result of the repair, three traffic lanes will appear here to the checkpoint, which will reduce traffic jams on the way to the national park and increase transport accessibility.
Recall that the repair began not so long ago – in March of last year. However, it was originally scheduled to be completed by the end of 2022. The work is being carried out by the Baltdormoststroy company. 235 million rubles were provided for these purposes.
The authorities also plan to put the entire road on the Curonian Spit in order. According to the director of the national park, the course will become wider, and the number of bends will also be reduced. It is also planned to build parking spaces along the road. Work should start in 2025, reports Kaliningrad.Ru.
Although in 2019, Anatoly Kalina said that the documentation will be prepared in 2021, and work will begin in 2023.
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