Length: 39.392 km
In 2013, the construction of the "Northern Bypass of Aktobe" was completed as part of the international transit corridor "Western Europe - Western China." The "KazakhDorStroy" division began construction at the end of 2011. The length of this two-lane second-category asphalt road is 39.3 kilometers. Width: 9 meters. The asphalt surface can withstand a load of up to 13 tons per axle. Four new bridges and three two-level transport interchanges of the "Cloverleaf" type were built on this stretch.
The "Northern Bypass of Aktobe" connects the roads of the Khromtau and Martuk districts. Its primary purpose is to provide a direct route to the neighboring territory of Russia, facilitating trade between the countries. Another advantage of this project is its environmental impact: vehicles traveling from Khromtau through Martuk to Russia, and vice versa, will bypass Aktobe, benefiting the city's environment.