The speed limit has been raised to 130 km/hr on the section of the M11 Neva toll road between the 546th and 680th kilometres, from Myasnoi Bor to St Petersburg.
Given the other sections of the M11 which already have that speed limit, drivers can cover 571 of the total 680 km at 130 km/hr.
Motorists can keep track of changes in the speed limit by keeping an eye on road signs.
The motorway does not have pedestrian crossings or at-grade intersections with other roads. There are streetlights along all sections of the M11 starting from the 59th km from Moscow and all the way up to St Petersburg. The road is equipped with road traffic management systems, including traffic cameras, transport detectors, an incident detection system and meteorological stations. Road signs show changes in weather and traffic.