The Ministry of transport is exploring options for road Dzhubga-Sochi

© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Timepiece in photomontagist road Dzhubga — Sochi (A-147). Archival photoThe Ministry of transport is exploring options for road Dzhubga-Sochi© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Timepiece the image Bank

The Ministry is considering various options for the road from Dzhubga to Sochi, you can include it in comprehensive plan for development of trunk infrastructure in the presence of acceptable technical and financial project, told reporters the head of the Ministry of Eugene Dietrich.

«We continue to believe the previously developed draft on the road «Dzhubga-Sochi», is quite difficult technologically and financially,» said Dietrich.

«There are alternative options that we are currently thinking about. In particular, there is a project, which involves the execution of the road «Dzhubga-Sochi» in the trestle design. We now ask experts to comment on the idea of this project. It may be easier technically, this can be less financial. If at some point we with the Krasnodar region will understand that this project is needed and is not prohibitive in price as it is possible to implement technically, we will consider the possibility of its inclusion in the main plan,» the Minister added.

Dietrich also noted that the Ministry of transport is not offered this way in the list of projects for investment business, which is discussed in the framework of the working group of the RSPP. «What is happening there in relation to group work Alexander Shokhin, then we have there are representatives, respectively, and according to my memory, this project was not discussed and we were not offered», — he explained.

The first Deputy head of the Ministry of transport Innokenty Alafinov Friday, in turn, told reporters that the project was not included in the current version of the comprehensive development plan backbone infrastructure based on the methodology of costs and benefits. He noted that the project is quite expensive and technically challenging.

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