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Sochi (new construction)
Design, Detail Design Development, Construction Supervision
Project period: 2009 – 2014
General Designer: Institute Stroyproekt JSC
Client: Federal Highway Agency Directorate for Construction and Reconstruction of Motor Roads of the Black Sea Coast
Kurortny Prospect Alternative Road is one of the main transport infrustructure facilities built for the 2014 Olympics. The 16km-long motorway with tunnels, bridges and flyovers goes through the city centre and ensures uninterrupted traffic at 75 km/h. In 2016, the project won the award for Best Transport Infrustruture Project in the contest organised by the Russian Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utilities.
The Project is implemented in 3 stages (Stage I Section between the Agura and Zemlyanichnaya street is 5,670 m long; Stage II Section from Zemlyanichnaya street to the Sochi River is 5,280 m long and Stage III includes a 5,330 m long section from the Sochi River to the Psakhe River).
Main technical parameters:
– length: 16.3 km
– lanes: 4 (in both directions)
– total length of engineering structures (flyovers and tunnels): over 20 km (in both directions).
Almost the whole road was located at flyovers and in tunnels.
The Project includes: 19 bridges and flyovers, 15 tunnels and 7 grade-separated interchanges.
On 27 January 2013 Stage I of the road was opened for traffic.
Sochi By-pass and Kurortny Prospect Alternative Road. Kurortny Prospect Alternative Road is indicated in the chart as pink line: