Traffic will be banned on the Tskhneti-Betania road today, January 21

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Traffic on the Tskhneti -Betania road section in the suburbs of Tbilisi will be restricted on January 21 due to landslide works. This was stated by the Mayor of Tbilisi Kakha Kaladze.
Car traffic will be restricted from 7 a.m. to noon on the section from the Bakswood School to the intersection of the Tskhneti- Kojori road.
"The main thing for us is to ensure security. Therefore, we will temporarily restrict traffic at the specified site in order to have time to carry out all the work as much as possible," Kaladze said at a meeting of the capital's government.
The Tskhneti-Bethania road, destroyed as a result of flooding in June 2015, was opened only three years later — in July 2018. More than $12 million was spent on the restoration of the road.
In June 2015, as a result of torrential rain, a landslide occurred in the suburbs of Tbilisi, a landslide occurred on the Tskhneti-Betania road, which, in turn, provoked flooding – the Vera River overflowed its banks. The flood on the night of June 14, 2015 flooded the Tbilisi Zoo, a private shelter for dogs, residential buildings, as well as the central streets of the city. The flood claimed the lives of 21 people, two are still missing.

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Traffic will be banned on the Tskhneti-Betania road today, January 21

2022/01/7895-1642751340.jpg
Read: 805     11:00     21 ЯНВАРЬ 2022    

Traffic on the Tskhneti -Betania road section in the suburbs of Tbilisi will be restricted on January 21 due to landslide works. This was stated by the Mayor of Tbilisi Kakha Kaladze.
Car traffic will be restricted from 7 a.m. to noon on the section from the Bakswood School to the intersection of the Tskhneti- Kojori road.
"The main thing for us is to ensure security. Therefore, we will temporarily restrict traffic at the specified site in order to have time to carry out all the work as much as possible," Kaladze said at a meeting of the capital's government.
The Tskhneti-Bethania road, destroyed as a result of flooding in June 2015, was opened only three years later — in July 2018. More than $12 million was spent on the restoration of the road.
In June 2015, as a result of torrential rain, a landslide occurred in the suburbs of Tbilisi, a landslide occurred on the Tskhneti-Betania road, which, in turn, provoked flooding – the Vera River overflowed its banks. The flood on the night of June 14, 2015 flooded the Tbilisi Zoo, a private shelter for dogs, residential buildings, as well as the central streets of the city. The flood claimed the lives of 21 people, two are still missing.

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