Khoroshevsky Bridge - a bridge across the Khoroshevskoye straightening of the Moskva River near Serebryanny Bor . It connects Marshal Zhukov Avenue with Tamanskaya Street . Built in 1937 (engineer Apollo Belogolov , architect Joseph Friedland ). The total length of the bridge is 187.4 m, the width is 25 m (the roadway is 19.0 m). Single-span, arched reinforced concrete with a ride to the bottom.
|Application area||car, pedestrian|
|Crosses||Khoroshevskoe rectification of Moscow|
|Type of construction||arched reinforced concrete|
|Main span||100.8 m|
|total length||187.4 m|
|Bridge width||25 m (roadway 19 m)|
Navigation Khoroshyovskiye straightening and the bridge over it appeared within the framework of the plan for the irrigation of the city of Moscow . The bridge crosses the channel at an angle of 67 °. Estimated span length of 100.8 m rests on swinging pillars. Side spans 23.75 m long rest on short cantilevers made at the ends of the stiffeners protruding into the side spans. The arches of the main span with a section of 2.0 × 0.85 m have a height in the middle of the span of 14.36 m. Stiffness beams connected to the arch with vertical concrete rods have a height of 3.0 m and a width of 0.25 m; they are supported by transverse beams, covered with a slab of the roadway. A trolleybus line to Serebryany Bor is laid along the bridge.
- Volodarsky Bridge in St. Petersburg (before the reconstruction of 1985–93 it had similar arched spans)
- Nosarev A.V. , Scriabina T.A. Bridges of Moscow. Bridges across the Moscow River and the channel to them. Moscow: (Engineering and Historical Essays) / Anatoly Nosarev, Tatiana Skryabina. - M .: Veche, 2004. - p. 221-223. - ISBN 5-9533-0183-9 .