113. Lazarevski Bridge over the Malaya Nevka River 9.24.2014
Lazarevski Bridge over the Malaya Nevka River 9.24.2014
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Lazarevsky Bridge (ЛАЗАРЕВСКИЙ мост) crosses the Malaya Nevku in St. Petersburg, in the alignment of Pioneer Street. It connects Petrograd and Krestovskiy Island.
Koltov Bridge (named after the surrounding area known as Koltovskaya) was built here between 1947-1949. Its author was engineer V. Blazevic. In 1952 it was renamed the Lazarev Bridge after Admiral Lazarev. The waterfront promenade was also renamed Koltovskaya Admiral Lazarev.
The bridge consisted of 11 spans, with span structures consisting of metal beams, an average bill of divorcement, odnokryloe; as well as wood and wood-bearing frame. The bridge length was 140.5 m, and 11.3 m wide. During 2008-2009 the bridge was totally reconstructed. The new cable-stayed bridge has odnoprolёtnym intended for the circulation of vehicles and pedestrians.
The new bridge was officially opened to traffic May 23, 2009. There are four lanes for vehicular traffic. It is 163 m in length. The bridge cost the city budget of 1.2 billion rubles, although it was originally planned to spend less than $ 1 billion. The engineers were: AA Stanevich, Gurevich T. Yu, Yu Yu Krylov, LA Kudryavtseva, MV Duba, AE Gorunov, IE Serebrennikov.
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May 23, 2009