In the Ukrainian cities the high-speed mode for vehicles will be kept at the level of 60 km/h.
As the deputy chief of Department of the State car inspection Sergey BUDNIK reported in the exclusive comment of the UNIAN, the Cabinet at meeting approved today the draft of the resolution brought by the Ministry of Internal Affairs about modification of Traffic regulations.
"the Ministry of Internal Affairs suggested to keep a high-speed mode in the cities, and on the highway - to allow movement with a speed of 130 km/h", - S. BUDNIK told.
At the same time, the representative of GAI specified that in Ukraine only one road "Kiev-Borispol" belongs to category of the highway.
"In the country, on condition of existence of a dividing strip or a concrete protection between lanes, the speed of movement shouldn't exceed 110 km/h", - S. BUDNIK reported, having added that according to the Code about administrative offenses excess of a high-speed mode on 20 km in Ukraine isn't fixed.
The representative of GAI also reported that speed restriction on routes can be carried out by means of establishment of special warning signs only on condition of carrying out a roadwork.
As reported the UNIAN, on March 5 the government adopted the resolution "About Modification of Traffic Regulations" by which increase of the most admissible speed on the average on 20 km/h is provided.
The changes made to Traffic regulations, it is provided that in settlements movement of vehicles is allowed with a speed of 70 km/h, in settlements on the roads having six and more strips in both directions, - 80 km/h, in settlements on the roads having six and more strips in both directions of movement and established concrete or other chipper, - 90 km/h.
(Except buses, minibuses, trucks and cars which drivers with an experience to 2 years operate) on highways movement with a speed of 130 km/h, on other roads outside the boundaries of settlements - 110 km/h, on the roads passing through settlements which are designated by a sign 5.47, - 90 km/h is allowed to vehicles.