Maxim Stepanov: "As promised, the repair of the road R-33 began in the spring"

07 March 2019, 11:15
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In the north of the Odessa region, repairs of the road of state importance to the P-33 began. The first one is restored to an area of almost eight kilometers in length, passing through the villages of Pavlovka and Stepanivka in the Rozdilnyansky district. This was announced by the chairman of the Odessa regional state administration Maxim Stepanov during his departure to the place of repair.

"We are on one of the sections of the road R-33, which residents blocked in September last year. Since 2006, they promised something and never fulfilled these promises. Last year we had a difficult conversation, I explained that in my capacity as head of the Regional State Administration, we have developed a project for the repair of the site, and we can start it only in the spring of 2019. And today people have believed that when the authorities promise something, it must be executed and executed ", - said Maxim Stepanov.

The regional shareholder also added that the cost of the complex repair of this site is almost 187 million. The funds have already been partially received through a customs experiment. Repair work began with conducting geodetic exploration, milling and dismantling of the old coating, cutting and planning the edge.

Note that road R-33 connects six northern areas of the Odessa region, as well as Vinnytsya - with seaports. During 2017-2018, projects were developed to repair the ten most ruined sections of the P-33. It is about 112 kilometers, the repair of which will cost more than 2 billion hryvnia.

Recall that in September 2018, the head of the Regional State Administration Maxim Stepanov sent a technique to make the road in the district of Rozdilnyansky before the start of its capital construction. Then the residents with whom the region's leader spoke, listened and opened the way for a grader, as well as trucks serviced by a local company. This direction continues to be a priority in the road repair plan for 2019.