M-1 Baku-Guba-the State boarder of the Russian Federation new motor road construction (Lot 1-4, km 0+000 ÷ km92+000)
2018 - 2023

The road technical characteristics and physical work volume

Total length of the road
92,00 km
Width of traffic lane
3,75 m
Number of traffic lanes
4 lanes
Road pavement
2 400 000 m2
Total thickness of asphalt concrete layers
290 mm
Earthworks (excavation and embankment)
11 200 000 m3
Capping layer (the bottom layer of the base)
1 055 000 m3
Base course
950 000 m3
Asphalt-concrete mixture
1 570 000 tons
Number of bridges and road interchanges
16 pieces
Underground car crossings
11 pieces
1 piece

The construction works of "M1 Baku-Guba-the State Border of the Russian Federation new motor road" being an integral part of the "Sever-Yug (North-South)" international transportation corridor were started in March, 2018.

The 92 km long road construction works are performed in compliance with 1b technical grade standards. The 4-lane road width is 27.5 m, and the width of every lane and road side is 3.75 m, and the dividing strip width is 5 m.

In order to avoid intersections in the same road levels, it is planned to construct bridges and road interchanges, tunnels, underground passages, as well as to install drainage pipes and underground passages for animals.

The territory of the passage of the new highway road is located along the shores of the Caspian Sea in the Samur-Devechi lowland. The road under construction mostly bypasses settlements and industrial enterprises. And access roads will be built from the main villages and district centers to the highway.

The construction of the new highway road will give an impetus to the development of transport infrastructure in our country, as well as create additional conditions for the development of tourism in the region.

The project consists of 4 lots. The 1st lot covers 0-29. 9 km of the new road, the 2nd lot 29.9-53.5 km, the 3rd lot 53.5-73.5 km, and the 4th lot 73.5-92.0 km of the territory. Currently, works are being continued on all the lots.

Construction works were completed in 2023.