The third area of Ukraine has imposed restrictions on travel

Третья область Украины ввела ограничения на проезд

In the Poltava oblast have imposed restrictions on travel

Restrictions on travel because of bad weather acts in Kirovohrad, Mykolaiv and Poltava regions.

Due to snow and ice on Friday, January 11, to restrict the movement of transport in Poltava region. She became the third regions, where the day introduced the corresponding limits, the press service of Ukravtodor.

Previously closed for transport of the four roads in Kirovohrad and banned truck traffic on several routes of the Nikolaev area.

It is reported that the restriction on the movement of transport in connection with heavy snowfall, blizzards and ice introduced on the following roads.

Kirovograd region

M-04 Znamenka – Lugansk – izvaryne, km 40+000 – km 72+088 (from Alexandria to the border with the Dnepropetrovsk area);

M-13 Kropiwnicki – platonovo, km 0+000 – km 76+432 (from g onward to the border with the Nikolaev area);

N-14 Aleksandrovka – kropyvnyts’ke – Mykolaiv km 70+360 – km 153+196 (from g onward to the border with the Nikolaev area);

H-23 Kropiwnicki – Kryvyi Rih – Zaporizhzhia, km 0+000 – km 81+735 (from g onward to the border with the Nikolaev area).

Poltava region

on the road M-22 Poltava – Alexandria, km 126+781 – km 164+521 (from Alexandria to the border with Poltava region).

Mykolaiv region

M-13 Kropiwnicki – platonovo, km 76+432 – km 157+067 (from the border of Kirovohrad oblast to the border with Odessa region);

N-14 Aleksandrovka – kropyvnyts’ke – Mykolaiv km 153+196 – km 235+650 (from the border of Kirovohrad oblast to the border of Mykolayiv).

In addition, it is reported about the lifting of restrictions of movement in the Nikolaev area for heavy and vehicle routing at the a/d N-24 Annunciation – Nikolaev, km 135+000 – km 225+844 (from Voznesensk to Nikolaev border).

We will remind, several days earlier in the Zaporozhye region due to snowfall has closed two trails.

 

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