New Fa­cil­i­ties in the Com­ing

Pres­i­dent Shavkat Mirziy­oyev trav­eled Au­gust 10 across cap­i­tal Tashkent to re­view the con­struc­tion works and other creative en­deav­ors on the spot.

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The head of state vis­ited the mod­ern over­pass erected at the in­ter­sec­tion of Bun­y­o­d­kor and Chuponota streets of the Chi­lan­zar district. The new viaduct is an im­por­tant com­po­nent of the ex­ten­sive works cur­rently in full swing to im­prove the road in­fra­struc­ture in Tashkent, turn it into a mod­ern me­trop­o­lis, in the mean­time pre­serv­ing its his­tor­i­cal ap­pear­ance.

The to­tal length of the bridge, erected by the uni­tary en­ter­prise Trust Kuprik Quril­ish, is 667.5 me­ters, that of the over­pass is 488.5 me­ters, while the height is 8 me­ters and the width is 24.5 me­ters. Move­ment on the con­duit is six-lane. At the same time, the com­plex has two new over­ground pedes­trian cross­ings of 124 me­ters in length. For the con­ve­nience of dis­abled and el­derly peo­ple, the ed­i­fice has el­e­va­tors and es­ca­la­tors in­stalled.

The Pres­i­dent got ac­quainted with the con­struc­tion works car­ried out here, talked with the builders.

“Our own school of bridge build­ing has been formed here in our coun­try,” Shavkat Mirziy­oyev sug­gested. “I ex­press my grat­i­tude to the builders of this bridge. Such struc­tures from now on should also be of high qual­ity and durable. They should be­come a sym­bol of our creative po­ten­tial.

About 50 units of ma­chin­ery and over 250 work­ers par­tic­i­pated in the con­struc­tion of the fa­cil­ity. 35.7 thou­sand cu­bic me­ters of sand and 42.6 thou­sand cu­bic me­ters of con­crete were used here. In the ad­join­ing ter­ri­tory, land­scap­ing and green­ery works were car­ried out, dec­o­ra­tive trees were planted.

When de­sign­ing a new struc­ture, spe­cial at­ten­tion was paid to the light­ing sys­tem. En­ergy sav­ing lanterns are in­stalled on the bridge.

Shavkat Mirziy­oyev noted the need for care­ful de­sign of such fa­cil­i­ties in terms of con­ve­nience and safety, en­sur­ing the qual­ity con­struc­tion of bridges in ac­cor­dance with mod­ern re­quire­ments. He gave rec­om­men­da­tions on how to fur­ther im­prove the ameni­ties in us­ing lo­cal in­fra­struc­ture.

Here, the head of our state was pro­vided with in­for­ma­tion on the sta­tus of bridges, in­no­va­tions and fur­ther plans in the cap­i­tal and in the re­gions. The pro­ject of re­pair of over­passes and bridges with the help of spe­cial equip­ment pro­duced by the US com­pany CRAFCO was demon­strated. The com­pany is the world leader in in­no­va­tive tech­nolo­gies for the con­struc­tion and op­er­a­tion of over­passes and bridges.

The Pres­i­dent fa­mil­iar­ized him­self with the pro­ject and gave relevant in­struc­tions on the ef­fec­tive use of com­pany tech­nolo­gies, pro­fes­sional de­vel­op­ment of spe­cial­ists.

The leader of our coun­try also vis­ited the Ga­fur Gu­lam Cul­ture and Re­cre­ation Park, in­structed the lo­cal of­fi­cials to re­con­struct it in ac­cor­dance with mod­ern re­quire­ments, to or­ga­nize wa­ter parks of open and closed types. He stressed that no tree here should be cut.

Shavkat Mirziy­oyev re­viewed the con­struc­tion of multi- storey houses in Kamolon ma­halla of the cap­i­tal’s Shaykhan­tahur district, talked with writ­ers and po­ets.

In or­der to trans­form the Na­tional Park into a unique his­tor­i­cal and cul­tural com­plex that con­trib­utes to rais­ing the cul­tural level of the pop­u­la­tion, pri­mar­ily young peo­ple, an Al­ley of Writ­ers was cre­ated here and a new build­ing of the Writ­ers Union was erected. Op­po­site the al­ley is the con­struc­tion of a res­i­den­tial com­plex, whose apart­ments are des­ig­nated for writ­ers and po­ets. For the con­ve­nience of res­i­dents, a pre- school ed­u­ca­tional in­sti­tu­tion and a fam­ily poly­clinic will be or­ga­nized on the first floor.

Shavkat Mirziy­oyev vis­ited one of the apart­ments in the newly built house, gave in­struc­tions to cre­ate the nec­es­sary con­di­tions for the happy life of fam­i­lies, the com­pre­hen­sive de­vel­op­ment of chil­dren.

“We should al­ways sup­port the in­tel­li­gentsia and creative peo­ple,” the Pres­i­dent as­serted. “The more young peo­ple read the works they cre­ate, the po­etry they nur­ture, the higher will be their spir­i­tu­al­ity and en­light­en­ment, and hence, pa­tri­o­tism. The more pa­tri­ots there are, the faster our coun­try will de­velop.”

The head of state got ac­quainted with the con­di­tions cre­ated in the kinder­garten.

“We will al­ways pay spe­cial at­ten­tion to pre- school ed­u­ca­tion,” Shavkat Mirziy­oyev pointed out. “It is in kinder­garten age that chil­dren quickly and eas­ily learn things, re­mem­ber them for their en­tire life. There­fore, is­sues re­lated to the de­vel­op­ment of this sys­tem should al­ways be at the cen­ter of our at­ten­tion.”

The lo­cal of­fi­cials or­ga­nized pre­sen­ta­tions of projects on con­struc­tion of mod­ern hous­ing com­plexes, busi­ness cen­ters, places for re­cre­ation, im­prove­ment of pub­lic trans­port ser­vices.

For ex­am­ple, in the cur­rent year, col­lec­tion of more than 2 tril­lion soums in taxes in Tashkent is fore­cast, of which 1.5 tril­lion will re­main in the lo­cal bud­get, which is ten times that in the year 2017.

“Never be­fore had Tashkent re­ceived so much money. Why do we leave 1.5 tril­lion soums to the city? To solve the ac­cu­mu­lated prob­lems, im­prove the liv­ing con­di­tions of peo­ple, build hous­ing, kinder­gartens, cre­ate jobs. If so, then the of­fi­cials on the ground should work with greater ded­i­ca­tion, be com­mit­ted to the cause. No one will come from out­side and do this work for us,” the Pres­i­dent stressed.

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