The temporary crossing is next to a destroyed bridge on the M-03 Highway Kyiv – Kharkiv.
The repaired bridge is scheduled to reopen to traffic fully in November.
Road construction workers are repairing the worn road surface at the highway between Storozhynets and the Krasnoilsk border checkpoint.
The agreement was signed for one year, after which it may be extended.
Ukravtodor is constructing bypass roads and temporary crossings and completely rebuilding strategic facilities through which freight transportation is important for the country’s vital operations.
The reconstruction plan also includes integration of Ukraine's transport network into the EU network and harmonization of legal aspects of the transport sector’s operations.
In particular, the funds will be used to finance the construction of engineering structures to meet the needs of the Armed Forces and other military formations.
The Agreement on the Carriage of Freight by Road entered into force on 29 June.
In particular, at least 23,900 kilometers of roads and 6,300 kilometers of railways were damaged, destroyed, or seized during the first 105 days of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.
Thanks to the loan, 108 kilometers of the Kyiv-Poltava-Kharkiv section of the M-03 highway was reconstructed and the Lubny-Poltava motorway was upgraded to a highway.
The Kropyvnytskyi-Platonove highway was built in the 1960s.
Yevhen Kuzkin was named as the winner of the competition for this position back in August.
The road agency issued Eurobonds for USD 700 million.
How the infrastructure in the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone should be modernized to enable it to reach its tourism potential.
Ukravtodor doubts the objectivity of the decision of the international adjudicator, who never visited the construction site.
204 kilometers of state roads were built or reconstructed.
The corresponding decision was made at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers.
For example, taxi drivers and passengers are now required to wear seatbelts, even if the passenger is in the back seat.
The European Investment Bank has approved provision of two loans totaling EUR 440 million to Ukraine.
Public-private partnership projects could be one of the sources of funding for road repairs and construction.