Two new routes are planned for opening.
In June 2023, Avtodor intends to launch two new toll routes, allowing motorists to reach the Black Sea faster. According to the head of the company, Vyacheslav Petushenko, it is planned that cars will be able to drive through the two new sections from June 10.
The first toll route is the eastern bypass of Rostov-on-Don. The 35-kilometer highway without traffic lights and intersections will bypass the city of Aksai.
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The second section is the 51-kilometer Far Western Bypass of Krasnodar, which will take transport away from the capital of Kuban and take it to a new high-speed road towards Crimea.
The total savings in travel time from bypassing Aksai and Krasnodar, according to Avtodor, will be three to four hours when driving from Moscow to Crimea.
Tariffs for two new paid sections have not yet been announced.
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