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Acting Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov said that in the next five years the city will have seven new metro stations. This promise he gave during the televised debate of candidates in governors of Petersburg, reports REGNUM on Tuesday, August 20.
In particular, he recalled that by September 1 of this year, plans to open three stations of the Frunze radius of St. Petersburg metro: “Prospect of Glory”, “Danube” and “Shushary”. Initially it was assumed that they will launch in 2012.
In General, according to beglova, in St. Petersburg would create a transportation system that will allow residents “from any point of the city to get to the destination in 15-20 minutes.” This project will become part of the program “Comfortable city” that includes four directions. “Roads and transport, ecology, landscaping and it is, of course, is housing,” — said acting Governor.
So, he said, in the near future in St. Petersburg “for the first time in 16 years,” will open two new Park.
Elections of the head of Petersburg will be held on 8 September. For this position four politics: a candidate from the Communist party Vladimir Bortko, Mikhail Amosov put forward from party “the Civil platform”, the independent candidate Alexander Beglov and the candidate from the party “Fair Russia” Nadezhda Tikhonova.
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