Reconstruction of the P23 Minsk-Mikashevichi highway is planned to be completed in November 2021

The reconstruction of the P23 Minsk-Mikashevichi highway is planned to be completed in November 2021, BelTA informs citing the press service of the Ministry of Transport and Communications.

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Currently, construction work is underway on the section from 110th to 126th km (continuation of the road section from 74th to 110th km, reconstructed from 2014 to 2017).

Construction is going on in two stages - on two sections of the road. The first one is located in the Slutsk district of the Minsk region and passes through the settlements of Kvasynichi and Novobelichi. Work on it started in July 2020. In August of this year, the reconstruction of the second section, located in the Slutsk and Soligorsk districts, near the villages of Mlynka, Prusy and Chepel, began. The completion of all work is scheduled for November 2021.

"After the reconstruction, the road will become a four-lane road with asphalt concrete pavement and will correspond to the parameters of the first category. It provides for the construction of a reinforced concrete bridge over the Devitsa river, as well as the modernization of the bridge over the Sivelga river," the press service said.

The Ministry of Transport noted that the republican road P23 Minsk - Mikashevichi is part of the network of international roads in the CIS. The work is carried out in accordance with the order of the President and is financed from the credit funds of the Development Bank.


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