There are enough places for vacationers on the beaches of Anapa in the Krasnodar Territory. This was announced on July 5 by the city authorities.
“There are no problems with places on the beaches of Anapa. Somewhere the concentration of vacationers is greater, somewhere less, there are also wild, almost empty beaches. There is enough space for everyone, so we are waiting for everyone to rest in Anapa!” – told “RIA Novosti” in the administration.
It is noted that most vacationers visit the beaches in the central part of the city, while 40 km of the Black Sea coast remain free. Traffic jam: Putin instructed to find new routes for Russians to Crimea How the authorities solve the problem with increased car traffic and why the “school of governors” is needed beaches in Anapa is due to the fact that many people went to this resort, deciding not to stand in a traffic jam at the entrance to the Crimean bridge. According to him, approximately 20% of people who were stuck in traffic rebooked hotels in these resorts.
In July, after the start of the high holiday season, traffic jams formed at the entrance to the Crimean bridge from the Kuban due to the lack of air communication with Crimea. On the morning of July 4, the length of the traffic jam was 4 km, the waiting time was up to two hours. From the Crimean side, the queue was 0.1 km, the waiting time was 10 minutes.
On July 4, President Vladimir Putin held a meeting with members of the government on the issue of traffic jams. The head of state instructed to use ferry crossings to the maximum to solve the problem. Later that day, the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation announced that there were no traffic jams on the Crimean bridge. However, the head of the department, Vitaly Savelyev, noted that the traffic load could increase by the weekend. The peak situation is expected on July 16–17.
On July 5, Crimean Transport Minister Nikolai Lukashenko announced that the traffic jam at the entrance to the Crimean Bridge from the Krasnodar Territory had been eliminated.Share: