Road construction workers note that ashes and slag materials can be actively used in the production of asphalt concrete.
The road passes through the Vinnytsia region, and it is of great logistical importance for international freight and passenger traffic.
The bridge in Zatoka is currently not subject to repair following many missile attacks by the Russian army.
The bridge is on a strategic highway leading to Ukrainian-Romanian border crossings.
The superstructure modules are currently being installed.
The structure is on the highway that connects the Chernihiv region with the Kyiv and Sumy regions.
Temporary crossings have been erected near every destroyed bridge.
The new bypass road will become part of the highway Chisinau - Comrat - Giurgiulesti - Romanian border.
Ukrenergo has shown how an autotransformer currently in operation in Ukraine was transported.
The bridge over the Tal River will re-open to traffic in May.
The shortest transport link between Kyiv and Chernihiv has thus been restored.
A total of 7,500 cubic meters of concrete and 970 tons of construction steel will be used in the construction project.
The rehabilitation work is taking place on a section of the T-26-01 highway where there is an access road to the Shepit border crossing in the Bukovinian Subcarpathian highlands.
A second bridge from France has also been installed, but it has not yet opened to traffic.
Russian troops destroyed the bridge in November 2022.
The bridge, which was donated by Norway, is suitable for heavy vehicles.
The bridges donated by the Czech Republic will replace those destroyed during the full-scale Russian invasion.
These are the first special craft of this type to be delivered to civilian road workers; they were previously used exclusively by military engineers.
The bridge provides a transport link between the Kyiv, Cherkasy, Poltava, Kirovohrad, and Dnipropetrovsk regions.