The construction of the road to Domodedovo froze due to lack of money


According to the newspaper “Kommersant”, the reconstruction of the five sections leading to the airport Domodedovo A105 road with the extension to six lanes and the construction of toll seven-kilometer section from highway “don” had become a part of the preparation of transport infrastructure for the world football championship 2018. The project has passed all examinations, the estimated cost of the work amounted to 15.6 billion rubles for A105 and 13 billion rubles for the toll road. However, at the last meeting of the Federal road Agency, it was announced that funding for the project from the Federal budget.

According to the publication, the Ministry of transport has proposed to the administration of Domodedovo airport “to work a question” about accession being built on the forecourt of the trestle to A105 at their own expense. In addition, the government of Moscow along with Domodedovo on behalf of the Ministry of transport is considering the option of entrance to the airport by “minor concrete” ring road (A107) at the expense of the regional budget.

In the beginning of the year, transport Minister Maxim Sokolov acknowledged that his Department will concentrate on implementing only the most important projects, such as the Crimean transport corridor and the Central ring road. Running the rest of construction will be partially frozen.

“It is sad that we have to freeze these important objects, the effect of which no doubt feel all — the Director of infrastructure Institute of transport Economics Mikhail Blinkin.— The A105 mass defects for security and bandwidth that need to be corrected. Road from the M4 to the airport would bring many benefits”. The expert believes that the transport system of Moscow and Moscow region the load during the 2018 world Cup will endure, despite the abandonment of the construction. “Coaches and players from the airport will deliver shuttles and buses, with the fans handle the existing road and suburban transport,” — said Blinkin.