Rostov-on-Don plans to set up camping grounds on the left bank of the Don for the duration of the FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia,TM welcome2018.com was informed by City Hall.
First deputy head of the Rostov-on-Don government Sergey Kuznetsov visited Levoberezhnaya Ulitsa during his recent field trip. He met with the owners of the local recreational facilities to discuss the feasibility of setting up camping grounds in that part of town.
An inventory has been taken of all the land plots on the left bank, according to the city’s head architect Yuri Dvornikov. In total, 111 land plots are on record in the left bank part of Proletarsky District, but only half of their owners have been identified. Kuznetsov has instructed his staff to communicate with the owners, in order to urge them to set their plots straight.
Director of the department of motorways and traffic management Aram Yegiazaryan informed welcome2018.com that Levoberezhnaya Ulitsa is slated to go into full-scale renovation as of this April. The new lane will be 7 km long, spanning the Voroshilovsky Bridge and Aksaisky District boundary. The new street will be equipped with sidewalks, bike lanes and extra illumination. All these plans have been coordinated with the resource suppliers.
The city also plans to clean up 30 hectares of forests in 2016, and plant new sapling trees.