Traffic started on the Central Ring Road

On November 11, 2020 was launched the third start-up complex of the Central Ring Road of the Moscow Region (TsKAD-3). The opening ceremony of the Central Ring Road-3 was attended by Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Marat Khusnullin, Governor of the Moscow Region Andrei Vorobyov, Chairman of Avtodor Group of Companies Vyacheslav Petushenko.

The new section (105 km long) is the longest part of the Central Ring Road. It runs from the M11 Neva highway to the M7 Volga highway, crossing the Solnechnogorsk, Dmitrovsky, Pushkinsky, Belkovsky, Noginsky districts. The new four-lane road will allow drivers to move from the north-west to the east of the Moscow region in almost an hour, with the speed limit up to 140 km / h.

Access to the Central Ring Road-3 from the city of St. Petersburg is carried out via the A-107 motorway. There is “Free Flow” new toll collection system on the road. Payment will be possible only by transponder or pre-issued ticket.

You can get information about the rules for driving along the Central Ring Road, buy transponders or tickets for a single trip:

- in the Centers for Support and Service of Users of the Central Ring Road, located at 99th km (outer side), 49th km (inner side), in the complex of the Central Control Center at 55th km near the intersection of the Central Ring Road and the M-8 Kholmogory highway "(Works around the clock), as well as in the building of the Control Center at the entrance to the Central Ring Road from the M-11" Neva "highway;

- in mobile points of sale, which will be located at recreation sites.