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Traffic launched on the second section of Kutuzovsky Prospekt’s southern bypass — the main highway near the West Garden residential complex
On January 20, 2020, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin launched traffic on the second section of General Dorokhov Street, which is the southern bypass of Kutuzovsky Prospekt (SBKP). This new highway section will feature 3 exit ramps to West Garden business class residential complex erected by INTECO in Ramenki district of Moscow.
The second SBKP section linking Aminyevskoye Motorway and Minskaya Street improved the transport accessibility of several districts and residential complexes. The authorities expect to open all sections of General Dorokhov Street, from the Moscow Ring Road to the Third Transport Ring, between Kutuzovsky and Michurinsky prospekts, by the end of 2020. A new 27.4-kilometer 6-lane highway will make it possible to get from West Garden to the city center in just 10 minutes.
‘Moscow authorities take consistent measures to develop transport infrastructure, thereby increasing the investment potential of the Russian capital. While working on our projects, we always take proper notice of the plans developed by municipal authorities. In particular, the West Garden project involves the creation of a comfortable environment offering the opportunity to enjoy one’s life close to natural attractions and to quickly access all the amenities inherent to a modern urban center. In my view, the SBKP will make this project more popular among our customers and will enable its future residents to save much time when moving around the city,’ says Evgenii Semenov, Vice President, Head of INTECO investment and commercial cluster, ‘Moreover, the transport corridors that are being built in Moscow may increase the cost of real estate located in nearby residential complexes by 7-9%’.
Noteworthy, in order to objectively assess West Garden’s transport infrastructure, the developer elaborated a digital transport model, which made it possible to optimize traffic flows in the underground parking, on the outer perimeter of the complex and at the exit ramps to the Moscow road network. The analysis also confirmed that the traffic flow chart of this residential project will conveniently complement the existing road transport infrastructure of the district.