In Ermekeevskogo region of the republic have begun construction of the road pay "Bavli — Kumertau", which is part of the international transport corridor "Europe — Western China".
As a starting point of the road "Bavli — Kumertau" adopted promising bridge over the ick. It is planned to build a village north of Humpty (Tatarstan), and south of the village Abdrakhmanovo (Bashkortostan).
The total length of the road for Bashkortostan is 265 kilometers. It will take place in several regions of the republic — Ermekeevskogo, Belebeevsky, Alsheevsky, Bizhbulyakskomu, Miyakinskomu, Sterlibashevskomu and Fedorovskoye, Meleuzovskiy and Kuyurgazinskomu.
The end point of the road "Bavli — Kumertau" will be a connection to the federal highway "Ufa — Orenburg."
The ceremony began construction work on Friday, August 31 was attended by First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Rauf Nugumanov and chairman of the state company "Russian Highways" Sergei Kelbakh. — Today we are launching a very serious subject. For us it is of strategic importance. This is the first in the country road that provides private investment — said at the opening of the road works in the area Ermekeevskogo Rauf Nugumanov.
First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic thanked the head of the Federal Road Agency for the fact that a portion of the international transport corridor "Europe — Western China" is taking place on the territory of Bashkortostan, as under consideration had several options for pave this section of the transport corridor through other regions of the country.
— I am very happy that the motorway runs through Bashkortostan, in which much of the credit of the President of the Republic Rustem Khamitova. It not only enhance communication between the towns and villages, activates the inter-regional road transport, but also the most favorable effect on the creation of new jobs, — Sergey Kelbakh.
In addition, the construction of the road should lead to the development of road infrastructure, as well as to increase the investment attractiveness of the surrounding areas.