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[Friday, May 07, 2010]Ulaanbaatar Launches Biggest Infrastructure Project

http://champsportsinfo.com/?tyrid=piattaforma-di-trading-demo-binario Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Ulaanbaatar government launched largest ever financed infrastructure projects last week. The first one closed vehicle traffic of Gurvaljin Bridge last Saturday for a complete renovation until August 25, 2010. All vehicles to pass the bridge was advised to choose alternative roads.

 Also, a major intersection at the north of the bridge will be partly closed for maintenance this month, which might prevent movement of east-west traffic.
Also western part of the Peace Avenue and Ikh Toiruu will be partially closed for maintenance.

The capital city projected to spend a total of MNT74 billion for the construction of new bridges and roads as well as maintaining current ones to tackle rapidly increasing urban population.

First ever overpass road of Ulaanbaatar or Engels Bridge has changed its name into Narny Guur (Bridge of the Sun) at the request of its developers. The project will be built at the assistance of the Government of Japan and will be completed in November 2012. 895 meter long overpass road will connect Narny Zam with Tsagaan Khaalga (White Gate) at the Khan-Uul District to ease down traffic load of Peace Bridge, the only bridge that was connecting southern district to city center.

Another overpass road on the Namyangju street (south west of Narantuul market) is expected to be built at a cost of MNT22 billion.

Source: UB Post

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