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New Pedestrian Zones will Appear in Moscow Oblast
29.09.2019 16:52
New Pedestrian Zones will Appear in Moscow Oblast
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New pedestrian zones will appear in Taldomsky district of Moscow Oblast in 2019-2020. Two of these zones - in Taldom and Verbilki - will open in 2019; the zone in Zaprudnya will be ready in 2020.

      The pedestrian zone route in Verbilki will run from the railway station to the Verbilki culture and leisure park. There will be bike lanes, a lighting system, information stands and a tourist navigation system.

      The pedestrian zone in Taldom will be equipped on Pobedy Street, with a number of cultural and leisure facilities located along the street. The street will be landscaped, pavements will be laid, squares and recreational areas will be created. Shops and tourist navigation will also be installed.

      Besides, the square to the right of the former Zaprudnensky factory of electric vacuum devices will also become a pedestrian area. There is a Museum of History and Literature in Taldom.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow Region     

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