December 2015, Stroytransgaz signed a contract to build the first start-up facility of the two-level interchange at the intersection of Volokolamskoe, Penyaginskoe and Ilyinskoe highways in Krasnogorsk district of the Moscow region. The owner is the Road Construction Administration, Moscow Region.
The first start-up facility project includes the construction of the right side of the main overpass on the Volokolamskoye Highway over the Riga railway tracks. At the end of 2018 construction of a new highway was completed and traffic was launched in both directions along both overpass structures of the first and second start-up complexes. Activities completed at this phase also include relocation of utilities and the channel rectification of the Ban’ka river.
Second and Third Facilities
July 2017, Stroytransgaz signed a contract to build the second and third start-up packages of the Krasnogorsk interchange. The owner is the Road Construction Administration, Moscow Region. The second start-up facility includes the construction of the left portion of the main crossover on the Volokolamskoye Highway over the Riga railway tracks, crossover at the ramp exiting the Volokolamskoye Highway to the Ilyinskoye Highway, overground pedestrian crossing over the Ilyinskoye Highway and bridge across the Ban’ka river.
During the construction of the third start-up facility a turnaround flyover on the Volokolamskoye Highway within the City of Moscow will be built, as well as bridge approaches. The third start-up facility is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
The interchange at the intersection of the Highways Volokolamskoye and Ilyinskoye is listed as a top priority project for the Moscow Region. The project will help to reduce the heavy traffic congestion in Krasnogorsk by increasing the capacity of Volokolamskoye highway for traffic going both to and from Moscow.
Once completed, the interchange will have a total length of about 9 km, six lanes going from the Volokolamskoe Highway, four lanes going from the Ilyinskoe Highway and two more lanes from the Penyaginskoe Highway. Total traffic capacity of the new facility will exceed 80,000 cars daily.
5 December 2019
Completion of the Turnaround Flyover of the Krasnogorsk Interchange
1 July 2019
Traffic Movement Launched on a series of crossroads in Krasnogorsk
17 May 2019
Moscow Region Governor Andrey Vorobiev inspected work progress at Krasnogorsk interchange