For travel on the Central Ring Road will have to pay 2.5 rubles. for 1 km. On Monday, traffic opened on a 23-kilometer stretch from Mozhayskoye to Novorizhskoye highway. Completely the construction of the road should be completed in 2021
Section of the Central Ring Road from Mozhayskoye to Novorizhskoye Shosse
(Photo: Sergey Bobylev / TASS)
The fare on the Central Ring Road (TsKAD) will be 2.5 rubles. for 1 km. According to TASS, the head of Avtodor Vyacheslav Petushenko told reporters about this.
“There are 339 km, multiply by 2.5,” Petushenko said. At the same time, drivers have the opportunity to reduce fares by 20% through the use of transponders, he said.
Last year, Konstantin Lyashkevich, the head of the main department of the road sector of the Moscow Region, named 2.3–2.5 rubles as an indicative price. for 1 km. At the same time, he pointed out that the final decision on the fare on the Central Ring Road should be made by the customer, as well as concessionaires investing in the project.
The fare on toll roads in the Moscow region varies depending on the direction. For example, travel from Moscow to Solnechnogorsk (43 km) on the M-11 highway in the daytime reaches 600 rubles (about 13 rubles per km). At the same time, the next 66 km of the same road will cost drivers up to 270 rubles. (about 4 rubles per km).
Avtodor asked for another $ 15 billion to complete the Central Ring Road
On Monday, a 23-kilometer section of the Central Ring Road from Mozhayskoye to Novorizhskoye Shosse was opened in the Moscow Region. It included both the reconstructed section of the Moscow Small Ring and the new section, which allowed unloading the street network of Zvenigorod.
Last summer, Petushenko promised that there would be no postponements of the construction of the Central Ring Road. However, in February this year, Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin, who supervises the construction, expressed dissatisfaction with the pace of construction of the highway, which should unload the capital’s roads as well. “I’ll outline all the necessary measures and I will keep this project under control in the staff regime,” he said.
In late January, it became known that the Kazan Telematics company won the tender for the right to create a fare payment system for the Central Ring Road. According to SPARK, Kazan Telematics is 100% owned by NTS LLC (National Telematic Systems), co-owned by Igor Rotenberg, Andrey Shipelov and Alexey Nashchekin.
The Central Ring Road is a new ring around the capital; it is approximately 50 km distant from the Moscow Ring Road and will pass through the territory of the Moscow Region and New Moscow. The length of the route should be about 340 km (it should be completed in 2021), and taking into account the second stage of construction – 530 km. The customer of the route from the state was Avtodor company.