The Vinogradovo-Boltino-Tarasovka highway is a large-scale project aimed at the comprehensive development of the transport system in the Moscow Region.
The new road will improve the transport accessibility of the surrounding areas, reduce the burden on the local street and road network and reduce travel time to federal highways A-104 Moscow – Dmitrov – Dubna and M-8 Kholmogory. It will connect the Yaroslavskoe and Dmitrovskoe Highways and run parallel to the Moscow Ring Road. The chord road will significantly improve the transport accessibility of the Mytishchi urban district.
The opening of the ‘Moscow Ring Road relief road’ for traffic will allow to redistribute traffic flows in the northeast of the Moscow Region to Dmitrovskoye, Ostashkovskoye, Pirogovskoye and Yaroslavskoye Shosse, and significantly improve transport links between Moscow and the Moscow Region. This will allow residents of the Moscow region to quickly get to the capital and back.
The road will span 16.1 kilometers. 4 lanes and a speed limit of 120 km/h will allow a throughput of 39,000 cars per day. The road will pass through six traffic interchanges, 13 bridges and overpasses. Five barrier-type collection points will be installed at various sites.