Over the next three years, Ukraine’s entire 20,000 km network of roads of ‘national importance’ is to be repaired or rebuilt
Monday, February 22, 2021

Over the next three years, Ukraine’s entire 20,000 km network of roads of ‘national importance’ is to be repaired or rebuilt

Over the next three years, Ukraine’s entire 20,000 km network of roads of ‘national importance’ is to be repaired or rebuilt, Infrastructure Minister Vladyslav Krikliy, said yesterday on the ‘Healthy Policy’ TV program. “The goal is to restore 20,000 km by the end of 2023,” he said. Of Ukraine’s 164,100 km of paved roads, 20,688 km are classified as of ‘national importance.” This year, Ukravtodor, the state highway agency, is to upgrade one third, or 6,800 km, plus 150 bridges.

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