OREANDA-NEWS Currently, three pedestrian bridges are being built in Moscow, and four more are at the design stage. This is reported on the portal mos.ru .

The mayor of the city, Sergei Sobyanin, listed the bridges that are being built in the capital. These are the Nagatinsky Zaton Bridge, across the Yauza River near the Bauman Moscow State Technical University and the bridge over the Drainage Canal.

There are bridges at the design stage, two of which will have to appear in the Mnevnikovskaya floodplain, two more in the backwater of the Novelty. Thus, seven new pedestrian bridges will be built in the capital by 2026.

The first 220—meter-long bridge is 15 percent ready, the 300-meter-long Yauza Bridge is 19 percent ready, and the 58-meter-long Drainage Canal bridge is 60 percent ready.

Earlier, Sergei Sobyanin spoke about the construction of a bridge across the Moskva River in the alignment of the Coastal Passage, between Shelepikhinskaya embankment and Filevskaya floodplain. The construction will have to connect the Filevsky Park and Khoroshevo-Mnevniki districts.