On the Curonian spit will be the first in the Kaliningrad region natural bike path

© RIA Novosti / Eugene Novostinearly Park ”Curonian spit“. Archival photoOn the Curonian spit will be the first in the Kaliningrad region natural bike path© RIA Novosti / Eugene Novozenina

The first in the Kaliningrad region natural bike path will pass through the territory of the national Park «Curonian spit», said in an interview with RIA Novosti Director of the national Park Anatoliy Kalina.

«Land that can be used as a track bike paths in the territory of the Curonian spit, at the moment put on cadastral registration. As border, Maritime and fishing towns currently supplied with electricity from Lithuania, started work on laying of electric cable. Passed ecological examination,» — said Kalina.

He said that the bike path will take place over the route of the electric cable. Upon completion of the work in 2018 energy will make the filling and tamp the soil, in fact, get a natural bike path. After this, you will need to draw up project documentation. According to the Director, in this matter the management of the national Park working closely with the regional government.

«I know from experience that in Europe, most frequently used are natural bikeways and not rolled into the asphalt or tile. We will continue to go on the project documents with the government of the region we are closely cooperating on this. This is an interesting project that needs to be implemented. I promise, I’ll pass on this track,» added the Director of the Park.

It is planned that the track will be four meters in width, enough space and cyclists, and runners, and those who just want to walk.

Read the full interview with Anatoly Kalina on the website Ria.ru >>

On the Curonian spit will be the first in the Kaliningrad region natural bike path© Ministry of natural resources and ecology of the Russian Federation. Dmitry Vysheperechislennyh Park «Curonian spit»

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