In Astrakhan, 7 permanent dedicated lanes will appear on the roads

In Astrakhan, 7 permanent dedicated lanes will appear on the roads
In Astrakhan, 7 permanent dedicated lanes will appear on the roads

08 September 2023


This will happen after the city administration develops traffic management projects, which will take into account measures to arrange dedicated lanes with appropriate road signs. This was reported by the press service of the regional Ministry of Transport.

“Analyzing the results of the experiment, I can confidently say that for the full and effective implementation of transport and passenger reform in Astrakhan, it is necessary to introduce dedicated lanes. The experiment showed positive dynamics: the schedule of buses falling behind schedule was significantly minimized, the rhythm of bus traffic was stabilized, we observed a trend towards an increase in the average bus speed, the growth of carrying capacity increased, and passenger traffic increased,” said Deputy Minister of Transport and Road Infrastructure Alexey Chepyakov.

Based on the results of the experiment, it was decided to introduce dedicated lanes at the following addresses:

  • Savushkina street from Latysheva street to Academician Korolev street;
  • Solikamskaya street from Berezovaya street to Staroverova street;
  • Henri Barbussa street from Savushkina street to Pobeda street;
  • Pobedy Street from Henri Barbusse Street to Sverdlov Street;
  • Bohdan Khmelnytsky Street from Boevaya Street to 1st Kontrolnaya Street;
  • Babaevskaya street from Zhilaya street to Avtozapravochnaya street;
  • Yablochkova street from Aviatsionnaya street to Henri Barbussa street.

The introduction of dedicated lanes on Sverdlova and Admiralteyskaya streets will return after the launch of all 48 routes and the corresponding work.

The article is in Russian


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