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Avtomagistral-Pivden intends to restore, build about 1,000 km of roads in Ukraine by year end – CEO
KYIV. Sept 13 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The road-building company Avtomagistral-Pivden plans to restore and build about 1,000 km of roads in Ukraine by the end of this year, company’s Director General Mykola Tymofeyev said in an interview with Interfax-Ukraine.
According to him, the company has more than 90 facilities in 11 regions of the country this season.
"The largest project is the high-speed four-lane highway N-31 Dnipro-Reshetylivka, which will become part of the Kyiv-Dnipro route. This is a completely new construction – our company not only builds a new section 28 km long, but also designs it. The site is incredibly challenging as it passes through hilly, swampy terrain. There will be eight bridges, more than 40 artificial structures, including a 600-meter overpass across the Oril River," he said.
Another major project being implemented by the company is the southern bypass of Dnipro. It is being built from scratch, with interchanges and other artificial structures. In addition, an important object is Kharkiv bypass, which will relieve the city from transit transport.
"We are proud that we are participating in the repair of different sections of the M-30 Stryi-Uman-Dnipro-Izvaryne road, which crosses Ukraine from west to east," Tymofeyev said.
In Kyiv, the company has completed the renovation of Bandery Avenue, the highway Kyiv-Boryspil and moved on to the restoration of Heroes of Stalingrad Avenue.