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The S19 highway will reach the Kuznitsa Belostotskaya border checkpoint, which is connected to the Belarusian customs office Bruzgi. Of the six planned lanes, four will go out of the country. Near the border, a 600-meter section of the highway will be made of cement concrete. The rest of the highway will be built using asphalt-bitumen technology.

The project involves the construction of 15,800 meters of roadway. Just over five kilometers of the highway will meet the standard of public roads. The remaining ten kilometers are a high-speed highway, where traffic will be allowed at speeds of up to 140 kilometers per hour. In addition to the highway, Polish engineers will build a logistics center for 820 trains on the border. Currently, specialists are pouring concrete for the future transshipment hub.

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Experts expected Poland to freeze the high-speed highway project to Belarus due to tense relations between the two countries. However, journalists now report that the highway could be launched as early as the end of 2024.

In mid-April, the speed limit was increased on two federal highways in Russia. The changes affected the M-4 “Don” and M-11 “Neva” highways.

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