The Head of the Republic got acquainted with the project of reconstruction of Lenin Avenue. 79.2 million rubles were allocated from the federal and republican budgets for stage-by-stage implementation as part of the national "Safe and High-Quality Roads" national project. The builders have replaced the roadway, expanded the roadway by 2–2.5 m. Now they are installing new traffic lights and street lamps.
High-quality paving slabs, granite curbs will be laid along the avenue, and about 150 seedlings will be planted, replacing old trees. The municipality has allocated more than 28 million rubles for this purpose. The project is planned to be completed in 2022.
The Head of Bashkortostan, Radiy Khabirov, visited the courtyard area of apartment buildings 35 and 37 Bulvarnaya Street of the city of Ishimbay, which was landscaped under the "Bashkir Courtyards" program.
"We are working on the possibility of increasing funding for the repair of building entrances next year and, together with the municipality, will identify the most problematic houses in the city," Radiy Khabirov said.
The Head of Bashkortostan urged residents to get vaccinated more actively against coronavirus infection, paying special attention to the elderly. He stressed that this was the main factor in the formation of herd immunity in the population.
The Head of Bashkiria visited Ishimbaysky Trikotazh LLC. The enterprise was established at the Ishimbay knitwear factory, many of which employees continue to work in their places. Today the company produces clothes for children, men, and women. The safety and quality of the products have been confirmed by the certificates of the Eurasian Economic Union.
The Head of the Republic invited the management of the factory to use more actively subsidies of state support programs for the light industry. In 2020-2021, Ishimbaysky Trikotazh LLC received 19.5 million rubles of state support.
As part of a working trip to Ishimbay, the Radiy Khabirov examined the reconstruction project of the area of the Discoverers of Bashkir oil. A symbol of the city is installed here - a monument to the Bashkir oilmen, who in 1932 extracted the first Ishimbay oil.
During the presentation of the project, Dmitry Vinkelman, the chief architect, said that the concept of the public space was developed, taking into account the opinion of Ishimbay residents. It provides for holding a large number of various mass events. To this end, the project included an amphitheater, recreation areas, children's and sports grounds, as well as spaces for small businesses in the field of trade, services, and public catering. The part of Lenin Avenue adjacent to the square will be pedestrian.
The Head of Bashkortostan approved the proposed development concept.