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Warsaw. The intersection on the border of Bielany and the Izabelin commune will be rebuilt

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The reconstruction of the intersection of Arkuszowa and Estrada streets in Bielany with 3 Maja street in Mościska is scheduled to start in spring. Officials have just signed a contract with Balzola to carry out construction works. They predict that the intersection will be ready in a year.

The Capital City Development Authority signed a contract with Balzola to perform the works. This involves the reconstruction of existing roadways and the designation of additional turning lanes. As agreed, sidewalks and a bus stop will also be built.

The works are expected to last a year

The road will have new drainage and lighting. The works, according to officials, will also include the reconstruction of traffic lights, telecommunications infrastructure, water supply, electricity and gas networks.

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The investment is the result of an agreement concluded between Warsaw and the Masovian Voivodeship and the Izabelin commune. The intersection reconstruction project was provided by the Izabelin commune.

– Cooperation on this project between the local governments of the Masovian Voivodeship, Warsaw and Izabelin is a perfect example of good cooperation to improve the quality of life of residents – says Dorota Zmarzlak, mayor of the Izabelin commune, quoted in the press release.

– The expansion of the most important intersection for the Izabelin Commune will improve communication both to and from Warsaw. For us, the inhabitants of Izabelin, it is the “gate” to the capital, where most of us work. This is also important for the residents of Warsaw who visit the Kampinos Forest – he adds.

The reconstruction of the intersection will take a year and will cost PLN 11.4 million.

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