Park “Yauza” is on the banks of the eponymous river from the Northern Medvedkovo to Rostokinskaja aqueduct and Sokolniki. “Plans to build parts of the Park in Otradnoye district in the streets of Mussorgsky and proezd Dezhneva, as well as along the Severodvinskaya street. And to make the longest route and the pedestrian-path network – from Moscow to the Sokolniki”, – said the Director of “Yauza” Alexander Sapronov.

Like the participants made in the past year the embankments of the river, plenty of benches and sports areas, playgrounds and an amphitheatre under the open sky “Singing field”. “Those little imperfections that are easy to correct, – shared with “RG” impressions of the Moscow city Duma Chairman Alexei Shaposhnikov. – I should note that not enough Parking lots for Bicycle. There are comments on some sections of bike paths, for example, near a popular spring turn so steep that cyclists can easily collide with pedestrians and moms with strollers. It will need to be corrected. Also at the request of residents will be open toilets, a cafe, a new picnic sites”.

As noted Shaposhnikov, the uniqueness of the new Park is that most of it is a protected area that you want to keep, developing the infrastructure and listening to the views of residents and in the surrounding area more than 800 thousand.

the author of the concept Park Cyril Tesler shared with “RG” some ideas for further improvement. “One of them suggested to the residents to make the river navigable. Ships it will not float, but residents will be able to ride on boats, catamarans, cupbord he says. – From MKAD to the Botanical garden, the river is quite suitable for skiing. Now we are working on the issue of the creation of marinas, skiing, places of storage of sports equipment”.

Another novelty will be the creation of Gartow – excavation irregularities for the practise of adventure sports. It asked the members of the club cyclists. Also across the river will be easier to move on the project Tesler is going to flip over the Yauza three bridges in the Otradnoye district and southern Medvedkovo.

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Jennifer Alvarez is an investigative journalist and is a correspondent for European Union. She is based in Zurich in Switzerland and her field of work include covering human rights violations which take place in the various countries in and outside Europe. She also reports about the political situation in European Union. She has worked with some reputed companies in Europe and is currently contributing to USA News as a freelance journalist. As someone who has a Masters’ degree in Human Rights she also delivers lectures on Intercultural Management to students of Human Rights. She is also an authority on the Arab world politics and their diversity.