Karim Masimov gets acquainted with construction of arch bridge across the Irtysh

06 August 2016, 21:10
Pavlodar Region
Фото: Карим Масимов – instagram.com/kmassimov

The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Karim Masimov assessed the progress of construction of a bridge across the Irtysh River during his working trip to Pavlodar region.

Construction of the project is carried out within the "Nurly Zhol" program. Commissioning is scheduled for December this year.

The project envisages construction of the largest bridge in Central Asia, including  3 bridges over the Irtysh River Irtysh and old lake Shchuchye. The bridge will be part of the route "Center - East" in the direction Astana - Pavlodar - Ust-Kamenogorsk and will connect the central part of Kazakhstan with the east of the republic and neighboring regions of Russia. The transition will relieve the street and road network of Pavlodar and direct transit traffic to the east and in the opposite direction to bypass the city.

K. Massimov visited the bridge crossing. The Vice Minister for Investment and Development of Kazakhstan Berik Kamaliyev informed the Prime Minister about the construction and the plans for its completion. Currently, last installation work is in process.

Major road-building materials are purchased from local producers. In addition, the construction of the object involved  about 100 small and medium-sized businesses in the sphere of transport services, catering of Pavlodar region.