M-11 Yamuga - Voskresenski section opened to traffic


On July 3, 2019, the M-11 Yamuga – Voskresenski section in the Tver region was opened to traffic. The new km 97 km 149 section of the M-11 Moscow - St. Petersburg toll highway was built by TransStroyMekhanizatsiya (TSM, member of the Mostotrest Group).

TSM won the contract in July 2016 through participation in a single-step tender held by the Russian Highways State Company (Avtodor). The project was implemented as part of a long-term investment agreement for construction, maintenance, repair, overhaul and toll-based operation of the km 58 km 97 and km 97 km 149 sections (Stages 1 and 2) of the M-11 Moscow-Saint Petersburg highway. The project Stage 1 (construction of the km 58 - km 97 section bypassing the towns of Klin and Solnechnogorsk near Moscow) was completed in August 2018.

During the 2nd stage of the project, TSM built a 52 km section of a new four-lane Category 1A road. The maximum allowed speed is 110 kmh. The section is fully compliant with modern safety requirements, including full-length median barriers and lighting. In addition to flat road infrastructure, TSM built two traffic interchanges, including a Zavidovo/Konakovo exit at km 124, six rest areas and two toll-collection stations.

The new road is equipped with an automated traffic management system (ATMS), and is patrolled round-the-clock by emergency warden crews.

Bypassing settlements, the road will absorb a considerable part of the congested M-10 traffic previously passing through settlements. The operator of the new M-11 section is United Toll Systems (UTS), under an operation agreement with Avtodor.

The M-11 km 58 - km 149 section will become part of modern and efficient high-speed road infrastructure linking Moscow and St. Petersburg, will relieve more than 100 settlements of transit traffic and create conditions for regional economic growth in its area.


TransStroyMekhanizatsiya (TSM) is a subsidiary of Mostotrest PJSC. TSM specializes in construction and reconstruction of transport infrastructure, such as highways and airports. The company operates in the Central, Southern and Far Eastern federal districts, is the main contractor for the construction of segments of the Moscow St. Petersburg Toll Highway and reconstruction of the M-11 «Narva» Highway; is rebuilding the Moscow Sheremetyevo, Ufa, Rostov-on-Don, Nizhny Novgorod, Khabarovsk and Norilsk airports, and participates in construction and reconstruction of the M-4 Don, M-9 Baltiya and M-10 Rossiya highways.

Mostotrest PJSC is the largest diversified infrastructure construction company with a footprint across all key and related market segments, and a participant in pioneering public-private partnership projects in Russia. According to the EMBS Group, an independent industry consultancy, Mostotrest 2016 share of the Russian transport infrastructure construction market was 14.6%.

The Mostotrest Group core business segments include construction and reconstruction of bridges (including road, railway and city bridges), roads and other transport infrastructure, as well as road maintenance, repair and operation services. In 2012, Mostotrest also diversified into road concession management.

The company was founded in 1930 for the construction of off-gauge and extra-large bridges.

Currently, Mostotrest is involved in the implementation of a number of complex integrated transport infrastructure projects, such as construction of several segments of the M-11 Moscow - St. Petersburg Highway, construction and reconstruction of segments of the M-4 Don Highway, as well as construction of the Kerch Strait Bridge.

For more detailed information about Mostotrest please visit: www.mostotrest.ru