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Floating car parks to appear in Moscow
21.08.2008 21:58
Floating car parks to appear in Moscow

The centre of the Russian capital desperately needs new parking lots. The Moscow authorities have come up with an extraordinary idea to use the Moscow Rivers area for building floating car parks.
      It is planned to build 46 thousand new parking spaces within the next two years, 14 thousand this year. However, it is not enough and will make only 75% of the required norm.
      There are about 1 million parking spaces today in Moscow 600 thousand are in parking lots and the rest of 400 thousand are in various garage complexes. Meanwhile, the number of vehicles is rapidly reaching 4 million.


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