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Asphalt will be replaced on the section from Mokhovaya Street to Nastasyinsky Lane.

The section of Tverskaya Street from Mokhovaya Street to Nastasyinsky Lane will be closed to motorists from 00:00 on August 3 to 24:00 on August 4. This is necessary to replace the asphalt, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for housing and communal services and improvement. Petr Biryukov

“At the time of the work, traffic on this section with a total length of 1.3 kilometers will be completely blocked for cars,” he stressed. “Therefore, we ask the townspeople to plan trips to the center taking into account the restrictions and choose routes in advance”.

The road surface on this section of Tverskaya Street was last changed in 2016 using seamless paving technology. This made it possible to operate the canvas without repair for five seasons. At the same time, the service life of asphalt without repair for roads of the first category, which includes Tverskaya Street, is three years.

“Now on the road due to heavy traffic rut has already formed, which can cause accidents. Therefore, after examining this section, a special commission made a decision on the need for repairs, ”said Pyotr Biryukov.

The asphalt concrete pavement will be laid as a single bed over the entire width of the carriageway, as it was four years ago. This allows you to significantly reduce the time of work. According to Pyotr Biryukov, the replacement of such a volume of road surface without the use of this technology would take more than a week.

In addition, work is now underway in Moscow to prepare roads for the autumn-winter period.

“The summer months are convenient for repairs due to low traffic, this allows you to quickly carry out the entire range of necessary measures and put the roads in order, for example, remove the rut, which can lead to an accident,” added Pyotr Biryukov.

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