Metro construction and reconstruction of medical centers: Sobyanin summed up the results of the week

the Capital marked an important date eight years ago we joined her new site. All these years, the New Moscow is actively developing. Because of the pandemic, some of the work was put on pause, but now everything is back to the same rhythm as on the whole territory of the capital. On the construction of metro, new stations WDC and reconstruction of health facilities in an interview with “Russia 1” said the mayor Sergei Sobyanin.

Botkin hospital, one of the first clinics, redeveloped for patients with coronavirus, is returned to routine care. COVID under-19 will leave only temporary body. The hospital has resumed large-scale reconstruction. Construction work in the oldest hospital of Moscow are in 2016. Recently, they started in four buildings.

“It’s not just some cosmetics on the basis of each such corps, created a unique clinic, a unique technology and capabilities, — said Sergey Sobyanin. Is vascular center, is surgery, a number of other areas. This is a serious promotion — generally on the basis of the Botkin hospital center supermileage level.”

Despite the pandemic passed in time from two stations IDC-1: “Setun” and “Slavic Boulevard”. Reconstruction was the clock, the movement of trains in the Belarusian direction did not stop. At the stations there are new canopies, escalators, convenient indicators and modern turnstiles. And “Slavic Boulevard” and even hub — go to metro station was convenient.

“recently, we discovered and restored about 8 stations 15 stations in the — design and upgrade. So the work will continue. Each such opening is an event. This is a beautiful station, comfortable, convenient binding not only transport infrastructure, but also entire neighborhoods, which today is fragmented”, said the mayor.

the Event will be opene station “Mamyri” — not railway, and the subway. The launch is scheduled for 2023. It’s part of the Communitarian lines, it lay within the boundaries of the village of Mosrentgen. A few years ago this was the territory of the Moscow region today — the New Moscow. This week marked the eighth anniversary of accession to the capital of new lands. Then the area of the city increased 2.5 times.

“Over the years we have built 8 stations, more than 200 kilometres of roads, dozens of schools, kindergartens, clinics, hospitals, and so on. Established almost a quarter of a million jobs is a huge development given. The city has spent over the years somewhere around 300 billion rubles of investments. It would seem that a huge amount, but business has invested even more — $ 1 trillion 200 billion,” — said Sobyanin.

But most importantly, what will be remembered this week — voting on amendments in the Constitution. The vast majority of Russians, almost voted “for”.

“In this period everybody was under the pandemic, thousands of deaths, the concentration of all forces and means to combat it, this is a serious blow to the economy, for entire industries. And here in this difficult situation, we held a referendum on the Constitution. And this vote was not just a vote for the Constitution, but a kind of such a referendum on support of the Russian President, his policies, his system of measures to bring Russia out of the crisis, to support residents and business during a pandemic”, — said Sobyanin.

Muscovites Have had the opportunity to vote not only on the site, but also online. This format was in demand.

“We have come a long way, by conducting experiments for the elections to the Moscow city Duma, the vote for the Constitution, and, of course, we see that it is quite normal voting option, technological opportunity we have to provide to people. The question is who you like more. Well, like to come to the polling station, I, too, at polling station nRalitsa, it’s a festive atmosphere. But, on the other hand, we know that a huge number of people not residing at the place where registered, live in the cottages, going on business trips, on vacation and so on. They should be given the choice,” — said the mayor.

electronically voted by a quarter of voters in Moscow. It is possible that the opportunity to vote via the Internet will continue in the future.