In June 2012, construction of the new road bridge across the Yenisei River in Krasnoyarsk began. The feasibility study, blueprints, and work documentation were drawn up by Transmost, a public limited company.

The river crossing structure consists of the bridge across the Vakh River, the bridge across the Savkinskaya River and approach embankments. The total length of this structure is 7.9km.

The junction is located in Sochi. This location is characterized by high seismic activity, lanslides, steep slopes, large quantity of engineering communications near the health centers.

The bridge has 2х33,0+(105,0+210,0+2х180,0+210,0+105,0) +(2х63,0)m span and its length is 1195.40m.

The environment of junction is constrained: steep slopes, landslides, high seismicity, and large amount of engineering communications.

The existing bridge across the Velikaya River in Pskov made from precast reinforced concrete was built under the Lengiprotransmost’s design in 1963-1965. The total length is 229.10m, mas span is 88m-long.

The superstructures consist of prefabricated reinforced concrete beams, 27.0m-long and 26.0m-long. For the first time in Russian operating experience the method of prestressing the concrete was used.

The viaduct is made of composite structures with pile foundation. It has 7x21m span, its total length is 161.7m.

The width of the Oka River near the bridge is 450.0m; the depth is 5-6m. The bridge clearance is 16m. This bridge is cable-stayed bridge with three towers, the length is 1391.6m and the width is 15m. It consists of 63.0+108.5+2x321.0+108.5+63.0m span, designed for 2-lane traffic and pedestrians. The construction length of bypass, including 3 road junctions and 5 overpasses, is 21.9km.

The viaduct consists of two reinforced concrete superstructures with 46+2х56+38m and 38+2х56+46m spans respectively.