The Kyiv City Council has adopted the draft socioeconomic development programme for 2017 with UAH 10.04 billion expenditure. Seventy-three Councillors voted for this decision, while 61 votes enough, Ukrainian News Agency reports. The projected amount of capital expenditure for 2017 (financing the programme out of the special fund of the budget) is UAH 6,323,091,200; UAH 3,723,839,400 will be raised as loans, leases and other funds. In particular, UAH 2,124,533,100 is earmarked for the transport infrastructure department, UAH 3,853,998,300 to the housing and public utilities infrastructure department, UAH 148,600,000 to the public health department, UAH 1,598,586,400 to the capital construction and housing department, UAH 143,203,300 to the urban beautification department, UAH 79,012,400 to the town planning and architecture department, UAH 45,690,000 to the culture department, UAH 69,400,000 to the education department, UAH 23,800,000 to the social policy department, UAH 3,181,700 to the industry department, UAH 9,059,200 to the children department, UAH 5,000,000 to the city council and UAH 20,000,000 to the Kyiv Municipal State Administration executive office. UAH 2,777,998,300 is supposed for the overhaul of the waste water purification installation and construction of a sludge utilisation line at the Bortnychi effluent purification plant, UAH 607,236,400 for the construction of the Podil bridge crossing, UAH 30,160,200 for the makeover of the road interchange in Poshtova Square and UAH 70,000,000 for the construction of the access highway from Lobanovskoho Avenue to Airport Kyiv (Zhuliany). The project supposes UAH 300,000,000 for the purchase of buses, UAH 258,480,800 of streetcars and UAH 485,453,900 of trolleybuses. UAH 70 million is meant for the renovation of the tram line from Hnata Yury Street to Oxygen Factory; UAH 40 million for the tram lines in Dmytriyevska Street and Hlybochytska Street each; and UAH 89.9 million for building a trolleybus line in Staronavodnytska Street. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the standing committee of the Kyiv City Council on budget and socioeconomic development recommended that the Kyiv City Council considers a draft socioeconomic development programme for 2017 with UAH 8.8 billion expenditure.